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How to Grow Any Pothos Plant This Way (It’s Fast & Easy)

If you love indoor plants, learn How to Grow Any Pothos Plant with this method, it’s super easy and fast!

Pothos That You Can Grow This Way

Almost all types of pothos, but for a start, here are our 13 favorite ones that you can try following the steps shared below.

Learn how to grow pothos here.

Things you’ll need:

  • Any Pothos plant
  • Scissor
  • Transparent Jars
  • Water

How to Grow Any Pothos Plant

1. Select the Healthiest Stem

a. Select a healthy stem with nodes from an existing pothos plant.

b. Use a sterile scissor and make a cut between the nodes as shown in the image.

2. Your Cutting Should Have At least One Node & One Leaf

a. Take as many cuttings you want; make sure it has at least one leaf and one node attached to it.

3. Get a Decorative Jar & Fill it with Water

a. Fill the clean glass jar with non-chlorinated water.

b. Insert the cuttings in that jar and make sure at least one node is submerged in water, as you see in the picture.

4. Now Wait!

  • In just 30 days, you’ll see the plant develop roots. Meanwhile, keep it in a spot with indirect light and change the water every 3-5 days.

Follow this easy and fast approach and have as many Pothos you want for your indoor garden. You can use them as centerpieces both indoors and outdoors.

Points to Consider

  1. Keep the jars where they receive bright indirect sunlight. Make sure to protect the plant from the direct sun.
  2. Change the water every week as water loses oxygen with time, and roots need it for growth.
  3. You can continue to grow the cuttings in water; just avoid exposing them to cold drafts and low temperatures below 50 F (10 C).

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