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it's a plant similar to ivy, because it has long vines. the leaves are bigger though, they look like spades on a playing card. the vines are also thicker than ivy, too. it keeps extending and sprouting new leaves along the way. they can grow in a pot and just have many vines extending from there, (but it's best for the plant to let it wrap around something), or i have one with a totem pole/styrofoam stick in the center of the pot that it grows straight up and then extends further. What's weird about them though, is that you can even remove all the dirt and let them grow just in a water garden, like bamboo. I've done it to a smaller one that I had because I've heard it's possible and it grew just as fast as the other.
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no one discovered plants or made it
They live and grow by turning water from the ground and carbondioxide in the air int sugars (food) by trapping the energy insunlight (photosynthesis). They are the only organi…sms that can dothis and therefore form the basis of the food chain supporting allother living things on Earth.
it is an organism. like an tree or flower
Yes, and so are the plants on this list. http://www.cfainc.org/articles/plants.html
According to: http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/poison/Epiprau.htm Scientific Name Epipremnum aureum Common Name Pothos, golden pothos, devil's ivy … TOXIC ONLY IF LARGE QUANTITIES EATEN. CAUSES SEVERE PAIN IN THE MOUTH IF EATEN! SKIN IRRITATION MINOR, OR LASTING ONLY FOR A FEW MINUTES. Characteristics ; Family : Araceae ; Plant Description : Evergreen vines with stems green and striped with white or yellow; leaves heart-shaped, variegated; flowers in a spadix surrounded by a spathe. ; Origin : Asia. ; Where Found : Houseplant or interiorscape. ; Mode : Ingestion, dermatitis. ; Poisonous Part : All parts. ; Symptoms : Burning and swelling of lips, mouth, tongue, and throat, also diarrhea. Skin irritation from frequent contact. ; Toxic Principle : Calcium oxalate crystals. ; Severity : TOXIC ONLY IF LARGE QUANTITIES EATEN. CAUSES SEVERE PAIN IN THE MOUTH IF EATEN! SKIN IRRITATION MINOR, OR LASTING ONLY FOR A FEW MINUTES. "Poisonous Plants of North Carolina," Dr. Alice B. Russell, Department of Horticultural Science; Dr. James W. Hardin, Botany; Dr. Larry Grand, Plant Pathology; and Dr. Angela Fraser, Family and Consumer Sciences; North Carolina State University. All Pictures Copyright @1997Alice B. Russell, James W. Hardin, Larry Grand. Computer programming, Miguel A. Buendia; graphics, Brad Capel.
If you are taking Water turtles (Red Ear Sliders, Musks, Painteds), they are mainly carnivorous at young ages and then become omnivorous as they grow. So as babies, they need …plenty of protein - feeding them commerical turtle pellets for baby turtles should be the staple food and add some feeder fish. Then add plants such as red romaine, mustard greens, dandylion greens, etc as they grow. One they are no longer babies, switch to a commercial pellet for adult turtles and keep the feeder fish, and greens going!
so many things... they cant fly, jump, or transform... what do you mean????
Pothos - genus - a group of plants, or a character in greek mythology, he was supposedly Eros's brother
you posibily could but i wouldn't suggest it.
Pothos father is Zephyrus, the God of the West Wind
There's a number of ways you can handle it... 1 - Move the plant to another location that is impossible for the cat to reach. 2 - Place a covering or blackade at the direction…s the cat usually approaches. 3 - Buy a shock mat and place the plant on top. When the cat steps on it, he will get shocked and stay away. 4 - Buy a sprayer that will automatically spray the cat when it detects motion (the cat approaching). 5 - Self-spray the cat when he comes near 6 - Place a pheromone nearby that will keep him away. 7 - Put a toy or treat of intrest nearby to distract his attention. 8 - Seclude the plant (ex: under an outdoor shelf) so the cat will loose intrest and/or miss it entirely. Hope this helps! Good luck!
None come to mind. You have to understand that many of the "gods" were personifications of states of mind or emotions, and didn't have myths connected to them. Pothos, for exa…mple, was the personification of "longing" or "yearning".
in fact,they can't go to where they are,as they can't move,talk or either provide food for themslf
pozo (pronounced 'potho') = (a) well
The names of the musketeers from the novel by Alexander Dumas are Porthos, Aramis, and Athos, Pothos is not correct. The correct spelling is Porthos.
The cast of Pothos Iouliou - 1986 includes: Ero Laskari Anna Laskari Nikos Laskaris Elisavet Sakareli