Question: Why is my pothos plant not growing?

Too little water is a common cause of stunted Pothos plants. These tropical plants require filtered light, high humidity, and grow best in temperatures of 70 to 90 degrees F. Excess watering is also common in the list of Pothos problems but does not cause stunting. Instead, you are more likely to end up with root rot.

Why are my pothos not growing?

Poor lighting, inadequate watering, and lack of nutrients are significant causes of stunted growth in pothos. Providing bright light, well-draining soil, and adequate watering will boost the growth of your pothos. It is expected to see a slower growth during winter as temperature goes below their normal range.

Will leaves grow back on pothos?

The point where the leaf meets the vine is called a node, and your pothos will send out a new vine in that area after youve pruned. Take care not to leave any leafless vines. Ive found that these typically wont regrow. Make sure that each cutting has one or two leaves.

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