How to Plant Pothos Cuttings

Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) is a highly popular houseplant due to its trailing vines and easygoing nature.

Propagating pothos allows you to multiply your plants effortlessly by taking trimmings from a mature plant.

Pothos, also known as Devil’s Ivy, remains one of the easiest plants for beginners to grow through cuttings.

Regularly pruning and propagating pothos leads to a fuller and bushier parent plant.

Pothos vines can continue growing and multiplying indefinitely, producing an unlimited supply of new plants.

The best time to propagate pothos is during spring through summer, but it can be done successfully year-round with supplemental light and warmth.

Selecting healthy, long vines and cutting 6-8 inches below the final leaf is crucial for successful pothos propagation.

Pothos cuttings can be propagated in water or soil, with water propagation revealing baby roots in 2-3 weeks, ready for transfer to soil.

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