Manjula Pothos in "Neptune" Grey Terra Cotta
Manjula Pothos in "Neptune" Grey Terra Cotta
Manjula Pothos in "Neptune" Grey Terra Cotta
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Manjula Pothos in "Neptune" Grey Terra Cotta

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Introducing our new collection... designed in Copenhagen, hand made in Tuscany, Silver Garden Co now offers our plants beautifully styled in timeless terra cotta.

The Manjula Pothos is an incredible plant. Each leaf possesses a beautiful variegation of creams and greens. Plus, it is a pathos so you know the care is easy!!

We feel this semi-rare pothos is the perfect pair to introduce our Neptune Pot. 

The Neptune Pot is part of the "Planets" series, designed by Christian Buur Bangsgaard. The Planet Series arose from versatile designer Christian Buur Bangsgaard’s fascination with modular structure, and features layered rings of different sizes. Taut design meets soft finish, resulting in the Planet Series.

While plants can thrive in a variety of pots, terra cotta is their favorite in-door home. 

The baked clay is porous, allowing extra water to evaporate easier, and oxygen to get to the roots. This makes for happy plants. And happy plants make for happy homes and happy plant parents.

The Neptune pot can work in-doors our outdoors. 

As for the pothos, she will love a semi-bright to bright spot in your home that does not receive harsh direct afternoon light. A thorough water once per week will keep her happy. 

Pot Dimensions: 10" tall, 8" wide

Care: Easy

Water: 1-2 times per week depending on lighting

Light: Bright, indirect


Please note each pot or saucer is hand finished; some variation in color and texture should be expected. Due to the porous quality of natural clay, items will change color or patina over time to exposure to water, handling and salts found in soil.