Pothos plants are among the easiest houseplants to repot into a new planter. Repotting Pothos can help give the roots more space to spread out and lead to a much healthier plant in the long run.
Here are the basics for repotting Pothos (Epipremnum aureum):
- Choose a planter that’s slightly larger than the current pot;
- Look for a planter with a drainage hole (or use a plastic inner liner pot with drainage);
- Water the Pothos plant before replanting it;
- Gently loosen any roots that are circling the root ball (see video below for demonstration);
- Place some high-quality organic potting soil into the bottom of the pot;
- Arrange the Pothos vines around the planter;
- Backfill the pot with potting soil (gently);
- Water the Pothos plant after repotting.