Manjula Pothos
Plant Care,  Pothos

Manjula Pothos

Welcome to our guide to manjula pothos

Manjula Pothos Care Summary

Light needs:Medium to bright indirect sunlight.
Watering needs:Check weekly, water if top 50% of soil is dry.
Fertilizer:Use a well diluted, balanced plant feed every month in the spring and summer months.
Soil:A well draining potting compost with 20% perlite. 
Temperature: 18°C to 30°C (64-86°F).
Where to buy:Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
Common issues:Overwatering and pests.


The manjula pothos is a really strikingly variegated pothos, which was bred by the University of Florida, who also patented the plant.

Light Needs

Medium to bright indirect sunlight is best, they need a good amount of light to keep their variegation vibrant, but you don’t want to burn the leaves from direct sun.

How Often to Water A Manjula Pothos

Check your plant once a week and water if the top 50% or more is dry, if it is a small pot with a large plant in it then check it twice a week as long stems can drink a lot of water.


Use a well diluted, balanced plant feed every month in the spring and summer months.


A well draining potting compost is ideal. I add 20% perlite for drainage to help avoid root rot if you over water it.

When To Repot A Manjula Pothos

Repot it when it out grows it’s current pot, check it in spring to make sure it has space to grow as the water gets warmer.


50% and above is best. They will do well in most households and are not fussy.


18°C to 30°C (64-86°F) is perfect for a pothos like this, just don’t let it get really cold in winter.

Where To Buy

Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.

Manjula Pothos FAQs and Common Problems

Pothos are really tough, just don’t over water them and they should be fine. Keep an eye out for pests on the leaves.

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