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Posted 4M ago by @witchesspells

For being named after the goddess of wisdom, she sure is giving me a fight ugh
#pothosproblems Athena here has been giving me a hard time ever since I got her (she was my pothos).

First she gets sunburnt outside, okay my fault. I bring her in trim off the sunburnt leaves.
I hang her in the kitchen, indirect light. Thought it'd be better? Nope. Somehow she gets more bad leaves and I trim those off too.
Now after months of owning pothos, I find out they like moist soil due to my newest drama queen.
So now I have Athena in a self-watering pot so she gets all the water she needs. To which I feel like she's mocking me
#pothosdrama #pothospeople #plantdrama
4ft to light, indirect
8” pot with drainage
Last watered 3 days ago
I wouldn't keep the soil moist all the time. That can cause the plant to become overwatered.

For me, I've always allowed my Pothos to dry out between waterings. It really does help them with growth. οΏΌοΏΌοΏΌ
@sarahsalith that's what I usually do too. Is it just different for marble queen pothos?
I have found that my goldens are quite different than my neon (which you plant remind me of).

My goldens are quite green. But my neon likes to dry out a not more.

Regardless- I do let them dry out between waterings.
Your babies are so beautiful.
I'm thinking mine is a neon instead of a golden since her leaves match my neon's instead of my other golden

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