1. Select a Healthy Plant
When initiating the propagation of pothos, the first step involves selecting a healthy parent plant. Opt for a pothos specimen that exhibits vitality and robust growth. Ensure the plant has well-developed stems, lush foliage, and no signs of diseases or pests. A healthy parent plant provides the best foundation for successful propagation, as it indicates optimal conditions for the development of new roots and shoots.
Look for vibrant green leaves, as these are indicative of a plant with ample chlorophyll, necessary for the energy required during the propagation process. By starting with thriving pothos, you increase the likelihood of obtaining vigorous and resilient offshoots, contributing to the overall success of the propagation endeavor.