How to Propagate Pothos Without Leaves (Step-By-Step Guide)



Pothos, or ‘Devil’s Ivy,’ is one of the easiest houseplants to propagate at home, making it an excellent plant for beginner gardeners just starting with plant propagation.

No matter what type of Pothos you own, taking cuttings and growing new plants from your mother plant can be done in just  a few simple steps. You  only need a sharp blade,  a propagation vessel, and water.

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How to Propagate Pothos With No Leaves in 6 Steps Using Stem Cuttings

Choose Where To  Cut

When taking cuttings of your Pothos vines, you must ensure a node on the stem. Nodes are the thick part of the stem where leaves and aerial roots grow!


Take Your Cutting

Take some clean, sterilized pruning shears, and snip your vine below the leaf nodes. Aim to cut at around 3 to 4 inches of stem and cut at a 45-degree angle for the best results.


Put It in a Jar of Water (Or Other Medium)

Choose how you want to propagate your Pothos. The easiest and most common method is using plain old water. 


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