Welcome to our propagation guide, I chop up one of my marble queen pothos in step by step instructions with pictures, we cover all you need to know…
See also: our Marble Queen Pothos article for a full guide to caring for this plant. See also our other pothos plant care guides: Jessenia Pothos, Hawaiian Pothos, Glacier Pothos, Giant Pothos, Pothos Plant Care, Neon Pothos Care. Hawaiian Pothos.
How To Propagate Marble Queen Pothos
Marble Queen pothos are really easy to propagate, it can be chopped, propped and put put in water to root. It will even live in water, but from there you can move it to other mediums like soil.
Time needed: 30 minutes
A step by step guide to propagating a marble queen pothos.
- Take a branch off the plant
You want to select a healthy part of the plant as it will increase the chances of a successful propagation.
- Chop the branch into individual cuttings
Take a branch off and chop it up in separate cuttings, be careful not to damage the nodes as they are important for rooting.
- Leave the cuttings for half a day
Put the cuttings aside so the open wounds heal over completely before going in water.
- Put the cuttings in water
Put the cutting in a jar of tap water to root.
- Wait for a month
You want to keep the cuttings in indirect sunlight and keep the water topped up for a month or so until they have rooted well.
- Move the cuttings to soil
You can plant the cuttings into soil once they are fully rooted, or you can even keep them in water ongoing if you like.
How To Propagate Marble Queen Pothos – frequently asked questions
Yes you can grow any pothos in water alone, start with a cutting and once it roots keep the water topped up.
You can propagate pothos directly into soil, just make sure you let the open wounds heal over first.
Pothos can be propagated in water alone, t is best to lave the cuttings to heal over for a few hours first to avoid rot.
A marble queen pothos can root fairly quickly, you can root it in water for a month and then move it to soil.
They can be toxic to dogs and cats if eaten, so seek vets advice.
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