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Posted 1w ago by @avocadolover

The other day I was wondering why my pothos weren’t looking so good, so I decided to repot. When I got her out of the pot a horrible smell came out, and the dirt was disgusting. I never thought drainage holes were so important. Lesson Learned
4” pot
Last watered 3 weeks ago
I never realized this until lately too! I went to our thrift world and got pretty plates to put under my pots with the drainage holes.
You may able to cut and propagate. Cut and clean off anything rotten and then if you have salvageable roots, you can repot in a pot with drainage. If the roots are a goner, you can stick it in a vase/cup/container of water to propagate.

Make sure the leaves are out of water and you have some nodes submerged in water to grow healthy roots.

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