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.
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.
Can you put indoor pothos outside?
Yes, pothos can live both indoors and outdoors. Golden pothos vines are very tolerant when it comes to living requirements. You can grow pothos in gardens as long as you live in USDA zones 10 to 12. In colder areas below 50℉, pothos should be moved indoors.