1. Pothos plants use adhesive aerial roots to grab onto any damp, porous, and textured surface. 2. All pothos varieties need to climb. 3. Climbing also allows pothos to enter their mature stage.
1. Take a roll of 0.5 inches (13mm) plastic-coated wire mesh. 2. Cut the mesh into an 8-inch wide (20 cm) piece using a wire cutter or a sharp pair of pruning shears. 3. Take some dry sphagnum moss and soak it in water for at least 10 minutes, then squeeze out the excess moisture.
1. Stick the coir pole deep into the pot, about 2 inches (5 cm) away from the base of the pothos stems. 2. Use a few paper clips or small garden staples to secure the vine to the pole. 3. Use a spray bottle to keep the surface of the pole moist.
Stakes and trellises are an easy way to make your pothos grow vertically. You can use any trellis you like depending on your design preferences. You can use metal, plastic, or even bamboo canes for the stakes.