The pothos plant has thick beautiful lush green leaves that are attached to a stalk. Bring a beautiful plant into your space. It is determined that the success of the living plant is based on weather the plant receives the right amount of moisture. The real pothos does best in low to medium light. The light can affect how the leaves will appear. It is important to know that too much light will cause the pothos plant to turn a yellow color and die. Watering the plant is also very important. Making sure the soil stays moist is also important. The fertilizer will need to be changed a few times a year. There is great amount of care going into these plants. Do you want a plant in your home that does not require extra care? If you are looking for something like that then artificial pothos would be the best solution. The artificial plant doesn't not require watering, sun, and fertilizer. There is no need in having to worry whether your plant is receiving to much or too little of water. There is no need of having to constantly remind yourself to feed your plant fertilizer. Too much sun or too little sun will do no damage to your artificial plant like it would to a living plant. This plant requires no skill, which is why it is so perfect for someone that forgets to keep a constant schedule. This 17 inch pothos plant will suit any environment. Welcome this artificial plant into your home. Everyone will be completely shocked at the fact that it is not a living plant. You will be amazed at the quality of the plant. It will feel like you have the real thing. It will even look like it too. The artificial pothos is a great addition to any space. This plant will certainly stand out in any home or office space. The artificial plant sets in a nicely made coiled rope vase. It will be sure to fit amazingly into in environment you place it in. The artificial plant is 17 inches tall and is sure to last many years giving an abundance of happiness. The artificial pothos is a must have plant to add to your home or business environment. Buy the pothos plant now! You will be happy you did.