But most indoor plants I have tried to grow simply demand too much attention and too much fussing. That being said, of the three houseplants I grow, pothos is one.
Please keep reading to learn why you should grow this easy houseplant.pothos is the perfect plant for people too busy for houseplants but wants the beauty of houseplants.
Pothos plants are good for both indoors and outdoors. yellowing and withering older leaves with dry edges? You probably let it dry out too much for too long. Solution? Give your struggling plant friend a good soak of water.
Grow pothos indoors, preferably with bright, not direct light, although it also will tolerate low-light conditions. If you have Pale leaves it means too much sun or too little sun. Does your pothos plants have yellowing and withering older leaves with dry edges? You probably let it dry out too long.
Pothos likes to have its soil dry between waterings and therefore accept watering care. Pothos dislikes soggy roots. So give your struggling plants friend a good soak in the shower.
The leaves droop when the plant is thirsty and needs a drink. Schedule a day you going to shower your plants. My schedule for all my plant’s showers and feeding is Wednesday which is the middle of the week. Don’t let the leaves droop for too long or you will start to see leaf drop.
Put your pothos in a pot because they grow in any well-draining potting soil. Pothos is also a light feeder, but you can give it a monthly snack with a balanced fertilizer formulated for houseplants.
Grow pothos plants in a container that rests on a bookshelf or in a hanging container. If you notice it ain’t growing change the location. I had my pothos in my room and in less than two days I noticed the leaves were turning yellow so I changed it and place it to the window with less sunlight.
I hope this helps… If this helps you out don’t hesitate to comment I might do another plant blogpost. Thanks xoxo