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Hawaiian Pothos is a medium-sized pothos with variegated heart-shaped leaves.
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Hawaiian Photos leaves have a matte finish, which makes them stand out against glossy-leaved varieties.
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Bright Indirect light, can handle 2 hours of direct sunlight
Well-draining and loamy soil
Ideal climate: 65 - 85 °F (18 - 29 °C) Medium to high humidity
Fertilize every two months with balanced fertilizer
Remove leggy or dried foliage to improve aesthetics
Water deeply once the top inch of the soil is dry
Make a 4 inch cutting near node
Remove leaves from the bottom half
Place bottom half into water
Change water weekly
Place in bright indirect light
Plant into soil once the roots are an inch long
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