The cultivar originates from the Marble Queen Pothos. Its name is spelled ‘NJoy’ but has numerous variations. The alternate botanical name is Epipremnum aureum ‘ N-Joy.
NJoy’ has intense green color with cream to yellow variegation. It has smaller leaves than most pothos plants.
The amount of variegation changes depending on the amount of light. Plants grown in darker conditions fade to straight green. Brighter conditions produce more prominent variegated leaves.
As with other Pothos plants, ‘NJoy’ prefers a bright, indirect light to partial shade.
Pothos N’joy plant needs very little water to survive.
It’s best to water when the soil is dry down to about 1″ inch deep. Reduce watering in winter.
Be very careful not to overwater any pothos. They can easily suffer root rot.
Misting or placing the plant in higher humidity benefit your ‘NJoy’, and reduce how often it needs watering.
‘NJoy’ is a light feeder. A liquid balanced fertilizer once per month can work wonders for your Pothos.
Direct sunlight will damage the leaves. Low light will cause the variegation to fade.
It will grow well under a fluorescent light source, making it an excellent choice for offices.
These plants come from tropical areas and cannot handle temperatures below 55° degrees Fahrenheit.