Pearls and Jade Pothos are not the only pothos that looks exotic, rare, and easy to grow. However, they’re not as rare as Harlequin Pothos.
In this article, we’ll also consider other Pothos varieties including:
- Harlequin Pothos
- Jessenia Pothos
- Glacier Pothos
- N’Joy Pothos
You can identify Pears and Jade Pothos by their wide green and white colored leaves and thick stalks.
- 1 Pothos Varieties
- 2 1. Harlequin is the rarest pothos
- 3 2. Jessenia Pothos is a delicate-looking variety
- 4 3. Glacier Pothos is smaller than most Pothos varieties
- 5 4. N’joy Pothos has well-defined areas of green and white on its leaves
- 6 N’joy Pothos is patented by the University of Florida
- 7 N’joy Pothos is easy to grow
- 8 Conclusion
Here are some of the common varieties of Pothos you’ll likely come across:
1. Harlequin is the rarest pothos
The Harlequin Pothos is the rarest of all pothos. It is like a cross between a snow queen and a marble pothos but with more variegated leaves. It looks best in a mix with silver pothos.
It has small leaves with yellow specks and dots.
It is a hardy plant with a range of light conditions but does not do well in direct sunlight. Its leaves will eventually turn green if you place it in a low-light area.
The white-variegated varieties will not grow as well in low light and will eventually die.
2. Jessenia Pothos is a delicate-looking variety
If you’re looking for a pothos plant that is both elegant and delicate, you may want to consider Jessenia.
The plant’s leaves are a vibrant color with a hint of green in them. It’s also called the Marble Queen and requires bright indirect light.
Jessenia has variegated leaves that are close shades of green and have a marble pothos pattern.
They look great next to a Japanese theme or next to bamboo furniture. They look the best close to the viewer, allowing the beautiful artistic patterns to be admired.
Bright light helps to make the green part of the leaves stand out while keeping the rest of the plant a neutral color.
Pothos is a popular houseplant that can look very elegant. The leaves are shades of green, white, and cream, and have a delicate look. They have a hint of oriental design.
The jade green tip of the leaves is the most beautiful characteristic of this plant, as it’s reminiscent of a jade stone.
‘Jessenia’ is an intermediate between golden and marble queen pothos. Its leaves are green with slight gold variegation. This variety grows quickly and requires little maintenance.
3. Glacier Pothos is smaller than most Pothos varieties
Glacier is slightly smaller than its counterparts and grows a little shorter at maturity. It grows up to 7-8 feet tall and wide.
It also produces more side shoots and is bushier. It grows slowly and can be controlled with pruning or cutting. It will take root from cuttings.
To maintain healthy pothos, cut the cuttings above the nodes to expose the roots. After that, place the cuttings in jars of water. This will expose the roots to more light, improving their survival rate.
Once established, transfer them to well-draining soil. After a few months, they can be transplanted into a pot or totem.
Pearls and Jade pothos have unique foliage. Their leaves are heart-shaped and speckled with a white edge.
They prefer bright indirect light. Their foliage grows slower than most other pothos varieties.
If you want to grow pothos that will grow slowly and stay small, try Pearls and Jade. These plants grow slowly and require a lot of sunlight.
Glacier is a smaller, silver-gray variation of the pearls and jade pothos.
It is similar to the N’Joy in coloration, but its leaves are smaller and rounder. It also needs indirect light to survive.
4. N’joy Pothos has well-defined areas of green and white on its leaves
The variegated leaves of N’joy are especially sensitive to sunlight.
Because they change color to protect against moisture, they can be damaged by exposure to the sun for just an hour. It is best to keep the plant out of direct sunlight and in indirect light.
Pothos N’joys Pothos is best propagated by cuttings, which should be taken at least a few nodes from the vine.
These are the places where new roots will sprout. They prefer a warm climate and should be transplanted into soil or water after taking acutting.
When propagating Njoy Pothos, use stem cuttings or rooting them in water or soil. Cut the stems just below the leaf nodes.
Remove the top leaves with a sharp pair of scissors. The stems of the Njoy Pothos can reach up to several feet in a year.
Pothos N’Joy’s leaves have well-defined white and green areas. These areas result from a genetic mutation that prevents the plant from synthesizing chlorophyll.
Chlorophyll is essential for green leaves. However, in bright conditions, the leaves of N’Joy Pothos will become brighter.
N’joy Pothos is toxic to animals and humans. If ingested, it can cause vomiting and wheezing. Its sap can also irritate the skin. It should be kept out of reach of children and pets.
N’joy Pothos is patented by the University of Florida
Both Pothos N’joy and Pothos Glacier have similar growth patterns and are patented by the University of Florida. N Joy has slightly thinner pointed leaves, while Glacier has more white-dominant foliage.
Although they both look similar, there are a few differences. The latter has white foliage, while the former is a mix of green and white.
Pothos N’joy is a new cultivar of this popular plant. The foliage of N’joy has striking leaf variegation. The foliage is a darker sage green with distinct white markings. The white marks aren’t flecked but rather distinct.
The young leaves are creamier green or white, before turning white with age. This effect is caused by the plant’s exposure to sunlight.
N’joy is very similar to Jade and Pearl pothos, though it differs in leaf texture. While Pearls and Jade Pothos have thick, leathery leaves, N’joy has thin, papery foliage.
The leaves of N’joy are mostly green in the middle, with white or cream variegation around the edges.
N’joy Pothos is easy to grow
Pothos ‘N’joy’ is a new cultivar that is similar to ‘Pearls and Jade’ but has a different foliage appearance.
This variety has slightly crinkly leaves and a papery appearance. Care for this variety is similar to other types of Pothos. The only difference is the type of soil that needs to be used. The best soil for pothos is one that drains well.
N’Joy plants do not require a lot of pruning, as their foliage is small and compact.
This makes them ideal for small spaces. However, they may become leggy when grown in low-light conditions, so pruning them regularly will help their growth.
The foliage of N’joy is beautiful. The foliage consists of various shades of green on a cream or white background.
The leaves also have white spots. This plant resembles Devil’s Ivy in color and texture.
The foliage can also turn yellow if the leaves have too much green variegation.
The leaves of Njoy Pothos are about 2 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. They are pointed on the tip and are attached to the stem at an angle.
The leaves of Pearls And Jade Pothos are also heart-shaped and have a sharp tip.
Pothos N’Joy and Pothos Pearls and Jade Pothos require the same soil mix.
If the soil is not properly drained, the plants will not grow well and have poor health.
Pothos N’Joy and Pothos Pearls and Jade are both susceptible to disease and infection.