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.
Can pothos be outside in direct sunlight?
Pothos will tolerate low to high light, although golden and variegated varieties will revert to green in very low light conditions, so jade pothos are best for true low light situations. Direct sunlight will burn leaves quickly.
Where should pothos be placed outside?
Outdoors they can be grown in shade to partial shade. Wherever you decide to display your pothos, just be sure to avoid direct sunlight. A highly variegated pothos may lose its variegation when placed in low-light conditions.