– Sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears; – Small glass or jar (if propagating in water); – Pot with drainage holes; – Chunky soil mix is made from fresh potting soil, perlite, and coco coir.
You can propagate pothos all year round. However, for best results, try propagating pothos in spring and summer when the plant is actively growing. This is because Pothos cuttings grow roots faster during the brighter, warmer months and will root slower in winter.
To make a bushy pothos plant, you will need at least 3-4 cuttings per pot. For a 6-inch pot, five cuttings should be enough. This will give the roots space to develop and give the pothos a fuller look.
Start by untangling your pothos plant, and pick 3-4 of the longest vines for propagation. Each vine should have at least 6-7 leaves.