What temperature can pothos tolerate?
Cuttings can be stored at 50-65°F, but they should be placed in the mist bed as soon as possible. Cuttings will root equally well in an organic medium such as peat or an inorganic medium such as calcined clay. Pothos will survive a wide range of environmental conditions, but grows best at 70- 90°F.
Do pothos grow better inside or outside?
Pothos do best in moderate indoor light, but can survive in a variety of light conditions, including low light. Outdoors they can be grown in shade to partial shade. Wherever you decide to display your pothos, just be sure to avoid direct sunlight.
Do pothos need to be by a window?
High light is fine for a Pothos but make sure it’s at least 8-10′ away from a west or south facing window. Indirect sunlight is fine. If your Pothos is getting light from one side only, you’ll want to rotate it every now and then. Those leaves will really lean towards the light source.