This rare pothos is best known for its beautiful swirling marble variegation. This plant can be grown indoors or outdoors and can be trained to grow on a pole or trellis. Like other pothos plants, they are efficient in cleaning the air of harmful chemicals.
Manjula pothos can survive in low light but thrive and grow better in medium to bright, indirect light. When the light is too low, the white swirls on the leaves can revert to green on the new growth. Pothos like their soil to be kept on the dry side.