Why Are My Pothos Turning Brown?

A lush Pothos plant with heart-shaped leaves cascades down a textured tree trunk, creating a vibrant fusion of nature's artistry.

Devil’s Ivy or pothos are ubiquitously found houseplants. The resilient species can survive various temperature changes and are great plants for newbie gardeners. However, certain factors can cause pothos leaves to turn brown. Browning of pothos can indicate several issues. Mainly it’s either the burning of leaves or the lack of juice in the leaves. … Read more

How to Propagate Global Greens Pothos

A lush, neon green Pothos plant with trailing vines cascades from a hanging basket, its heart-shaped leaves contrasting beautifully against a white background.

Pothos plants are seen vining and swaying through every cafe and office corridor, but only some of you would have ever come across the ‘Global Greens.’ Due to the online buzz around this distinctive colored variety, finding it in traditional horticultural stores may be challenging. They are a touch more expensive than other less uncommon … Read more

How to Propagate Baltic Blue Pothos

A lush Baltic Blue Pothos vine cascades gracefully from a hanging basket, its silvery-blue leaves contrasting beautifully against a blurred background.

For aroid or pothos enthusiasts wishing to diversify their indoor gardening collection, the Baltic Blue pothos is an absolute must-have houseplant. It is an Epipremnum pinnatum cultivar with deep green, maturing bluish-green leaves. Baltic Blue’s leaves have spectacular fenestrations once the plant has fully matured, or in some cases, the cut develops early on. When … Read more

Why Is My Pothos Not Rooting

A close-up photo of a heart-shaped leaf from a pothos plant with vibrant green and yellow variegation.

The decision to propagate your pothos is a big one. You have to have enough patience to wait for the plantlets to root, which can take anywhere from a few days to months. If you’re not careful or diligent in caring for your cuttings before they start rooting, though, you might wind up with sprouts … Read more

Marble Queen Pothos – A Complete Guide

A close-up photo of a lush green Marble Queen Pothos leaf with variegated markings of lighter and darker shades of green.

Marble Queen, or in scientific terms, Epipremnum aureum, is a low-maintenance houseplant for people who love long climbing greenery around their balcony or anywhere around the house.  Its variegated marble-textured vines are drought resistant and not overly picky about the sunlight or soil. With exquisitely patterned foliage and creepers that may run over and along … Read more

Why Are My Pothos Leaves Turning Yellow?

A close-up photo of a pothos leaf with brown spots and edges.Turning Yellow

Why Are My Pothos Leaves Turning Yellow? Pathos makes the perfect addition to anyone’s garden or home. These vibrant green plants survive with all plant parents, whether you are a new or experienced plant parent. Their heart-shaped leaves on long stems set them apart from other pants. Therefore, these wonderful plants tend to be at … Read more

How to Propagate Pothos Plants?

A group of potted pothos plants, with heart-shaped leaves in shades of green, sitting on a white table.

Pothos are beautiful and vibrant plants that are among the easiest to grow and most popular houseplants to add to your collection. They are ideal for both expert and new gardeners since they thrive in low-light situations and can withstand some neglect. Pathos is enjoyable and straightforward to grow, but you can also quickly propagate … Read more

How to Propagate Marble Queen Pothos

A clear close-up photo of a glass vase filled with water and several cuttings of a Marble Queen Pothos plant. Each cutting has multiple nodes and leaves, with some submerged in the water and others resting above the water line.

Propagating your marble queen pothos is not that difficult since the plant is fairly resilient and can grow in various conditions, allowing it to thrive both indoors and outdoors. If you’ve recently bought a marble queen pothos, you will be glad to know that there are many ways you can experiment with its growth, making … Read more

Baltic Blue Pothos – A Complete Guide

Hanging Baltic blue pothos plant with variegated leaves, captured in a close-up shot.

Pothos is one of the most popular indoor plants and for a good reason. They’re easy to care for, can survive in low light conditions and are very forgiving when it comes to watering or fertilizing. However, there are many different types of pothos with different colors so let’s take a closer look at Baltic … Read more

Global Green Pothos – Complete Guide

Lush green pothos plant with heart-shaped leaves, cascading from a hanging basket.

Green Pothos are one of the most popular houseplants to own. They are easy to care for, have a beautiful and lush leafy green look, and can thrive for years if properly cared for. We’ve compiled all of the information you need to know about caring for your green Pothos in one place so that … Read more