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When you come back from vacation and find that your Pothos plant has been wilting, its leaves turning yellow, it’s likely that your plant has been overwatered. If the leaves of your Pothos are completely dry, it’s likely that your plant has been underwatered. In both cases, your plant is suffering from stress. If your plant has been overwatered, the first thing you’ll want to do is stop watering it. It may seem counterintuitive, but…

Satin Pothos is a tropical plant endemic to Bangladesh, Borneo, the Philippines, Java, and Sumatra in Southeast Asia. Satin Pothos is an evergreen climber that may reach a height of 10 feet in frost-free conditions when planted outdoors, but only 3 feet when grown inside, either growing up a moss stick or in hanging baskets. Growing plants develop pinnately lobed leaves, starting as heart-shaped juvenile leaves. If kept indoors, the plant seldom blooms, but it produces…

Pothos plants are a popular houseplant because they’re easy to care for and can grow in low light conditions. They also don’t require much watering, which makes them perfect for people who live in apartments or have busy schedules. But what if you want to take your pothos plant outside? Can it survive the heat of summer outdoors, or will it shrivel up and die? Read on to find out! So Can You Grow Pothos…

Pothos plants are one of the easiest types of houseplants to maintain. They require a little bit more light than the average indoor plant, but they can grow in low-light conditions as well. This makes them an ideal choice for those that don’t want to spend a lot of time caring for their plants. One thing that you might notice when looking at your pothos is that it doesn’t seem like new growth is happening…