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Product title: Pothos Njoy

Common Names: Njoy Pothos

Product title: Pothos Njoy

Common Names: Njoy Pothos

Njoy Pothos: Your Must-read Plant Guide Before or After You Own One

A beautiful plant is like having a friend around the house – Beth Ditto

Yes! When you need a best friend at your place to give you that touch of fresh air, you cannot forget Njoy Pothos.

Get ready to know more about this versatile plant that can make your place and life more vibrant.

Key takeaways of this article are

  • Getting to know about the plant, its benefits, and features
  • How to grow, prune and propagate your money plant
  • Best fertilizers to use and practices to keep your plant healthy
  • How to tackle pest attacks

Let us keep the ball rolling!


Plants are the best natural air purifiers. Surprisingly Njoy pothos can absorb ozone and CO2, which are sources of pollutants today.

About the plant: 

Native to the rainforests of French Polynesia in the South Pacific, all pothos plant will tolerate low light levels and prefers infrequent watering. Interestingly, however, the Njoy Pothos plant can also be grown indefinitely in water, such as in a fish tank. 

Like all members of the pothos family, Njoy Pothos plants also have some remarkable benefits profiled below: 

  • Njoy effectively filters contaminants such as benzene and formaldehyde from indoor environments. 
  • The traits of ease of maintenance, attractive foliage, and health benefits make Njoy Pothos the perfect choice for a home or office houseplant.
  • They invite good luck and fortune to your place by scouring the non-positive forces.

These expectations-exceeding benefits make them a perfect plant candidate you can consider for your future collection.


However, They are toxic to pets and kids when consumed, so keep them out of their reach.

Are you impressed with the benefits? Well! The subsequent section will boost it further.

Remarkable Features of Njoy Pothos 

  • Epipremnum aureum ‘Njoy’ has striking, heart-shaped leaves. 
  • It is an evergreen, climbing vine species especially popular as a houseplant in cooler climates. 
  • Its variegated green and white leaves make a big splash, and the vining habit of Njoy Pothos lends itself to varied and different locations in a home or public setting. 

If you are reading this sentence then the below section can benefit you a lot.

How to prune for short or long vines: 

  • Njoy Pothos pruning is necessary to train the vine and maintain a tidy appearance as it sprawls. You have to prune during the spring and summer growing seasons. 
  • If you want a short, bushy plant, cut the end to encourage lateral growth. You should train it up with a  sphagnum moss pole to keep it growing upright. 
  • However, if you need a long, trailing vine to wend its way across the top of your kitchen cupboards, just cut out any stems that get in the way. 

Pro tip: When cutting the Njoy plant, use sharp scissors and cut the stem just above a leaf node. Of course, always trim out dead or damaged leaves. 

How to propagate the expert way:

It is effortless to propagate the Njoy plant and a great way to produce more plants to sell or give away. 

Follow the below-curated simple steps to propagate without any hassles:

  • Njoy Pothos propagation is usually done by taking stem cuttings and rooting them in water or soil. 
  • Select stems at least four inches long with two or more leaf nodes. Cut with sharp scissors just below a node, and clean off all but the top leaves.
  • If you put them in a jar of water to root, change the water every few days. You can also stick the cuttings into a pot or tray filled with moist potting soil. 
  • Water every few days and mist the cuttings. Roots should develop within a few weeks. Plant them out in small pots.

Pests and other problems you need to watch out 

Njoy Pothos’ problems may look like few, but you should stay alert for pests and diseases that could harm your plant. Most problems with the Njoy plant are caused by poor growing conditions. The leaves of your Njoy Pothos are the best indicator of plant health. If they look damaged or sick, take the necessary steps to eliminate the cause. 

Beware of pests that infest your pothos

Njoy Pothos pests include spider mites and mealybugs, which love to feast on the plant’s sap. Examine the leaves of your Njoy plant once a month to see if any bugs are lurking, and use simple techniques to control them. 

Our top two tips to fight against the common pest are:

  • Mealybugs are the most likely insect to turn up. Look for cottony tufts on the underside of leaves. They can be removed using a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. Carefully wipe all surfaces of the leaves and stems. 
  • Spider Mites leave little yellow and white spots on the leaves and may spin sticky webs. Spray them with insecticidal soap. 

How to treat fungal diseases of Njoy Pothos?

Most Njoy Pothos diseases can be prevented by not overwatering the plants. However, even if your plant has developed a fungal disease, you should be able to save it. 

Method 1: If leaves are turning yellow with mushy stems, your Njoy Pothos has root rot. Remove the plant from its pot and trim out all black roots and affected foliage. Repot it in fresh soil and cut back on watering in the future. 

Method 2: If the leaves develop yellow spots that turn brown or black, it is a fungal disease that needs immediate attention. Cut out all affected leaves where the stem meets the main vine, and dispose of them in the garbage. Spray with a fungicide to prevent any further spread.

Best practices to grow your Njoy Pothos

  • Choose a small pot between 6-8 inches that also includes a drainage hole at the bottom 
  • Keep the plant in partial sunlight as overexposure damage the leaves. 
  • Water the plant once the topsoil is completely dry. Avoid overwatering as well.
  • Go for expert suggested take on balanced feed for fertiliser (usually 5-6 weeks once)

Yes! That was a comprehensive insight into Njoy Pothos!

Before closing the discussion, a short glimpse would help you with the best-decision-taking-process.

Common Name  Marble queen money plant, Marble queen pothos, 
Botanical Name  Epipremnum aureum
Plant Type  Ornamental plant – Vine
Maximum growth dimensions  10-foot vine
Light  Indirect sunlight, low light areas
Temperature  16 – 85 F (15 – 29 C)
Soil pH  6.1 to 6.5 (mildly acidic)
Soil Type  Quick-draining
Watering frequency  Once or twice a week
Bloom time  Spring, Summer
Flower Colour  No flowers when grown indoors
Toxicity  Toxic to pets (dogs and cats)
Difficulty level  Easy to grow
Benefits  Excellent air purifiers – toxin removers

Do you want to buy Njoy pothos for your home, business, or office space? Then Dharmikgardens is the go-to place that offers you attractive offers and discounts. Check out our website or talk to our experts for more information.