How to cultivate Pothos (Epipremnum aureu)?

You need to water Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) in time, change the whole pot and moisten the leaves in the rain.

Note: Pothos, whose scientific name is epiremnum aureum, is commonly known as devil’s ivy, devil’s vine, golden pothos, ivy arum, marble queen, or taro vine.

1. Spray water in time

Because Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) is a fleshy root, Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) can be short of water.

You can’t water Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) too much.

If you water Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) too much, its roots will rot.

This will also affect the growth rate of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu).

If you put Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) in a sunny outdoor environment, you need to spray water on Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) in time.

The purpose of this action is to ensure that the leaf surface is clean and moist and to avoid dust adsorption on the leaf.

2. Change the whole pot

If the crown diameter of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) grows to 1.5 times the diameter of the basin mouth, you need to change the basin for Pothos (Epipremnum aureu).

Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) can grow faster only in a space of appropriate size.

If you want to change pots for Pothos (Epipremnum aureu), you need to break up its roots with a wooden stick.

Soil and roots can combine better, and nutrients will be absorbed faster.

3. Rain moistens leaves

If it rains, you can put Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) outside for a period of rain.

This can not only make the soil wetter, but also wash the leaves cleaner.

There are many trace elements in rainwater.

Some trace elements can accelerate the growth of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu).

If you watered Pothos (Epipremnum aureu) the day before, you should reduce the rain time of Pothos (Epipremnum aureu).

This is to avoid ponding in the soil.

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