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Posted 1M ago by @Linx

Have walked by my very local little plant shop multiple t...

Have walked by my very local little plant shop multiple times now and seen this girl in the window.. today, the shop was open, and I couldn't walk by without grabbing this beauty! 🀭πŸͺ΄β€οΈ

I bought both my #ctenanthe at her little plant shop, and they are THRIVING! So it always feels good when I can support and buy my plants from there ☺️πŸ₯³πŸͺ΄

Does anyone have care tips for #pothos ?
Will it do okay in #pon? πŸ€”
And how about propergation? ☺️

It has a long vine that I don't know how to support yet, so I thought that maybe I should just snip and propagate to make a more full looking plant ☺️πŸͺ΄πŸŒΏ

How do I best support it? πŸ€”
#happyplants #plantsmakepeoplehappy #plantaddict #newplant #planthaul #planttherapy #linx #pothosmarblequeen #theamigos
7ft to light, direct
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 week ago
Just don't overwater I think is my best tipsπŸ€”
I don't really know about the Marble Queen though, but my Golden pothos is a chunky growerπŸ™ˆ I started by draping her around a steel-wire with a ring-shape, but as her stem is now as thick as my thumb it is really impossible to shape her anymoreπŸ˜… And her roots are insane, I know she is already rootbound again but I don't really want her in a bigger potπŸ˜…
Pon is probably good, I haven't tried it on my pothos.
She’s a beaut! And I love supporting local businesses especially when they sell quality products.

Pothos survive in just about anything I believe. I’ve had mine in regular soil from the store (before I learned to add to it), well draining soil and in water. There are tons of videos on YT about them. ☺️ I only say that because I’m not so familiar about pin.

Propagation is easy. Make sure you have a node with your cutting (the brown bump on the stem) and a leaf if you can and put it in water. Give it time and the roots will come.

Happy planting and propagating! πŸͺ΄πŸ’š