It is known for its beautiful foliage that are primarily green but are heavily variegated. This makes it easy to distinguish from the other pothos varieties.
The goods news is, it is also easy to care for and can tolerate neglect This makes it a good choice if you’re looking for an eye-catching plant that isn’t too big to liven up any room in your home.
The N’joy pothos does well in different lighting conditions including low light and artificial light. This makes it idea indoors in homes and office.
That said, it does well in medium to bright, indirect light. And, the more light you give it, the more prominent the white variegation gets. That said, the two things you don’t want to do are:
- Keep your N’Joy pothos under direct sunlight. This will scorch its leaves.
- Let it stay under full sun for long periods. This will cause it to turn whitish or pale yellow.
One thing to keep in mind is that as pretty as the plant may look with more variegations, these white splotches aren’t always the healthiest for the plant. That’s because plants need to absorb sunlight to which it uses to produce food and energy.
In order to do that, it needs chlorophyll, which causes its leaves to stay green in color. Less green means your plant doesn’t make as much chlorophyll. And, in many cases, you’ll notice that the more variegated the plant, the slower it grows.
On the other hand, you also want to be wary of leaving the N’Joy is conditions that are too dark. When this happens, it will become noticeably leggy, where the distance between leaves in its stems becomes larger. Similarly, the plant will look thin and longer.