Njoy Pothos Care InfographicThe Njoy pothos plant has benefits that are mind-blowing, to be honest. This plant is among NASA’s list of plants that are great at purifying the air from all sorts of toxins.

It also looks so pretty to keep as a houseplant. Our guide here has been compiled to help you raise the best Njoy pothos you’ve ever seen.

What Is an NJoy Pothos?

Njoy pothos is a houseplant with the scientific name Epipremnum pinnatum “joy,” and it is a cultivar of Epipremnum aureum or the marble queen pothos. It has gorgeous variegated leaves with a mixture of white, dark-green, and light-green colors. The maximum height this plant gets is about 9 inches tall.

NJoy Pothos Care

Your N’ joy plant needs filtered bright light and distilled water when the topsoil dries. A soil with a 50:50 mixture of peat and perlite works the most. This plant shouldn’t be exposed to lower humidity levels. If fertilizing, do so only during spring and summer time.

Learn about these care requirements more up ahead.

– Water Requirements 

The Pothos Njoy likes soil that is slightly moist for the most part. You will need to water this plant whenever about one inch of the soil dries up from the top. Given below are some tips regarding watering that you must know.

Determine How Dry the Soil Is

How can you tell for sure that the top inch of your soil has dried up? Here are some of our most effective ways:

  • A moisture meter will always be your favorite gardening tool. If it shows a reading lower than 7, it’s time to water your Njoy plant.
  • Don’t own a moisture meter? No problem, just put your finger in the soil and feel how dry or moist it is.
  • You can also use a pencil if you don’t want to put your finger in the soil.
  • The soil is dry if you pick your pot up and it feels super lightweight.

Watering Plants Like a Pro

The most straightforward method to water this plant is from the top. You need to use a large amount of water and aim it towards the soil. Keep the water away from the plant as it attracts mold. Keep watering until the water starts to flow out of the pot.

You can also reverse water this plant. In this technique, the pot is slightly submerged in a bucket full of water. This water is slowly soaked up by the soil. 

When the surface of the soil starts to feel moist, it has been watered through and through. It would help if you now took the pot out of the bucket. This method might not be feasible for regular watering.

Distilled or Filtered Water Is the Best

Distilled water is the best for pothos because it doesn’t add salts and