Growing Pothos in Leca: Pro’s & Con’s & How-to Grow Guide



Have you ever wondered if there’s a better way to grow your Pothos plants than just soil and water?

Well, there is! With the help of LECA, a remarkable soilless media that combines the best of both worlds, you can give your plants the perfect growing environment. Also, don’t worry if you’re new to this – we’re here to guide you through the process.

Do Pothos Like LECA? Yes! Here’s  Why

LECA, or Lightweight Expanded Clay Aggregate, is a popular choice among houseplant enthusiasts, and for a good reason! These small, porous clay balls are the ideal growing medium for plants, including your beloved Pothos.

5 Benefits of Growing Pothos in LECA

- Simplifies Watering - Not as Messy & Reusable - Reduces Pest Problems - Promotes Healthy Root Growth - Versatile and customizable

2 Drawbacks to Growing Pothos Plants in LECA

- Expensive: LECA can be expensive, especially if you’re converting multiple plants to semi-hydroponic growth. - Requires More Maintenance: LECA is an entirely inorganic medium that doesn’t provide the necessary nutrients for your Pothos to grow.

Getting Started: Supplies Needed

- LECA - pH Kit - Fertilizer - Containers - Water

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