We’ve had this golden pothos for a couple of years at the back of our room which doesn’t get much light and some of the vines reverted to the non-variegated form

Since then I’ve learned that variegated pothos needs higher light but I also wanted to keep the vines without chopping them up into node cuttings. Would it be possible to cut the long vines from the parent and root/repot them whole? I’ve tried air layering without stripping the outer layer but no roots formed after several months.

I really want to move the variegated portion to a much brighter area as it has had very little growth here but keep the vines in their current location.

  • @[email protected]
    14 months ago

    It’s very hard to kill a golden pothos. Just cut it up and throw it in dirt, or throw it in a bowl of water for a week or a year, it really doesn’t care. The plants don’t die