How To Care And Propagate Pothos Plants

Golden Pothos, also known as Devil's Ivy, is a tropical vine that has shiny, heart-shaped leaves. It often displays gold, white or yellow variegation. It is one of the easiest houseplants you can grow. These are some tips to care for your pothos. You can also buy golden pothos via

Pothos Plants Care:

Golden Pothos plants should be kept in a warm place. The growth of pothos plants can be affected by being exposed to colder temperatures or regular drafts.

Pothos should be placed in indirect, bright light. They can tolerate low light but may not grow as vigorously.

Use a diluted liquid fertilizer for houseplants once per month in the spring and summer.

Golden Pothos

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How To Propagate Pothos Plants 

Pothos are easy to propagate making them great houseplants to share with friends, family, and neighbors. You can also keep the offspring and make your home a pothos jungle. We won't judge.

These steps are necessary to propagate:

Find a vine that looks healthy and take a cut. The leaves should be healthy and bright, and not wilted.

Take a stem cutting. After you are done cutting, place your cut end in a small pot of soil or a glass of water. Within a few weeks, you will begin to see roots in water or the plant should be able to support itself in soil.