Tips For Repotting Pothos Houseplants
Pothos is one of the easiest houseplants to grow. Learn whether and how it should be repotted.
Pothos is one of the most common and popular types of houseplants, so it makes sense there are many variegated versions of pothos available as well. Click here to learn more.
If you have a pothos in your collection, you may be interested in ways to make pothos fuller. Click here for info on getting new pothos vines.
Epipremnum aureum is also known as golden pothos, devil’s ivy, and taro vine. No matter its name, pothos and pets don’t mix. Read on for more.
Understanding proper pothos plant light needs isn’t complicated. Here’s what you need to know about pothos and light.
Has your pothos plant gotten too big? Or maybe it’s not as bushy as it used to be? Click this article so you can learn how to prune a pothos and bring new life to this amazing, vigorous and easy-to-grow houseplant.
Stunted leaves on Pothos may be related to nutrient deficiencies, low light, or insect infestations. It is important to investigate all possible situations to correct the problem and get this easy-to-grow plant back to health. This article will help.
Pothos is the perfect plant for the brown-thumb gardener or anyone who wants an easy-care plant. When you see those pothos leaves turning yellow, you'll know something is wrong with your plant. This article can help with that.
Pothos aren't fussy about light or water or fertilization and when it comes to how to propagate a pothos, the answer is as easy as the node on your stem. Learn more in this article.