Question by  slhart (72)

Is it difficult to care for a pathos plant?


Answer by  buggy418 (632)

No. This is a low to medium light plant. Saturate soil with water and allow to drain. Do not re-water until the top one inch of the soil is completely dry. Keep at 80 to 85 degrees. Re-pot as it grows so roots have room to grow.


Answer by  colo22 (278)

Easy to care for plant that does not require direct sunlight. Very hardy and forgiving, and water once a week or when dry. It needs to be kept out of the cold and can be cut to start other plants.


Answer by  gummie (738)

As far as I am concerned, a pathos plant is one of the easiest houseplants to maintain. It does not require direct sunlight. Indirect light and watering when the soil feels or looks dry (usually once a week) will keep your plant thriving. A pathos plant is almost indestructible.


Answer by  Kris (797)

Heavens, no! Pothos is a hardy plant that tolerates neglect better than other house plants. However, they do need to be kept out of the cold, since they are a tropical plant. You can also propagate more plants by taking cuttings and putting them in water until you see roots.


Answer by  Ginny (2251)

No, as long as you keep it shaded or in very low light. Do not overwater and do not use fertilizer. Low light plants do not need fertilizer. If getting leggy, prune back to edge of pot.

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