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How to Grow?

Pothos plants thrive in ordinary, well-draining potting soil. Pothos is quite tolerant of soil pH, and it can thrive in a range of conditions, from neutral to acidic.

A pothos plant likes to have its soil dry out completely between waterings. If left in continually damp soil, the plant’s roots will rot. Black spots on the leaves indicate that the soil has been kept too wet. When it starts to droop, it needs water.

When grown indoors, pothos prefers bright but indirect light. Variegated plants sometimes lose their leaf pattern and revert to all-green foliage if they don’t receive enough light.

When your Money Plant is growing, which is usually from spring through summer, fertilize it every four to six weeks. When the plant’s growth slows down in the fall and winter, fertilizer application should be reduced or stopped.

Once your Money Plant is growing well and thriving, repot it in a slightly larger pot when it becomes root bound and the growth slows down.

Money plant is one of the easiest plants to be propagated and it can be done through stem cuttings. Simply cut the stem ensuring that there is at least one root node in each cutting, either root the cutting in water or plant it directly in soil ensuring that the root node is inside the growing medium.

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