WATER: Water regularly, allowing top 1-2 inches of soil to dry out between watering's. Yellowing leaves may indicate overwatering, or poor drainage. If pot doesn’t have a drainage hole, place a layer of med-large pebbles at the bottom, before planting.
SUNLIGHT: Bright to medium indirect light.
PLACEMENT: Satin ‘Pothos’ do best in a humid environment, so the bathroom is a great choice. If placed in a non-humid room, provide humidity by placing near other plants, and setting on a humidity tray (a saucer filled with pebbles and water). Pay extra attention to humidity in the winter if you have heat running regularly. This plant is a great ‘spiller’ and looks good in a hanging planter or on a shelf where there’s room for it to cascade.
WORD OF CAUTION: Satin ‘Pothos’ are toxic to most animals if consumed.