Can pothos be in full sun?
The canopy of the forest trees shade the pothos allowing only medium to low amounts of light. That’s why placing a pothos in a window with direct sunlight can lead to disaster. This will cause the plant’s leaves to yellow, and they might even burn. Over time this amount of sun exposure could kill the plant.
What temperature can pothos be outside?
Since pothos is native to a tropical region as an understory plant, it needs warm temperatures and a shade to mostly shaded location such as an area with minimal dappled morning light. Outdoor pothos plants prefer temperatures of 70 to 90 degrees F.
What happens if you put a pothos outside?
Growing as an Outdoor Annual
The pothos will die in the fall when temperatures get too cold. However, you can enjoy lots of lush foliage all summer long. The main drawback to growing annually outdoors in the ground is that you have to restart the plant every year.