Garden book blurb: 'Unexpected Houseplant'
Describing her house as wall-to-wall greenery, Tovah Martin shares her expertise on the placement, watering, feeding, grooming, pruning and troubleshooting of the various species she shares her home with.
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#1 Dec 30, 2012
We have a single unexpected houseplant, a Golden Pothos, from our daughter's college apartment. Because of its toxicity to cats Charlie resides atop our refrigerator where it is directly illuminated by fluorescent kitchen lighting. Watered bi-weekly and fed a few granules of slow release fertilizer once a month it has taken over the top and drapes down the side. It covers the calendar and the various magnets we've collected while on vacations. I have resisted the urge to cut it back but it now is long enough for the cats to reach so a trimming is in order and soon. If you are looking for an easy to grow plant they don't come much easier than Golden Pothos.
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