How do you fix a root bound pothos?
Do pothos like tight pots?
Pothos rarely requires repotting and can thrive in a smaller pot, which also helps prevent the plant from growing too large. Generally, a new pot should be no more than 2 inches larger than the old pot or the root ball. A pot depth of 10 inches supplies enough room for the plant to grow.
How do you know when to repot pothos?
If you notice the stems of your pothos plant turning dark brown or black and getting mushy, your plant probably has root rot (especially if the soil feels wet for long periods). You might also notice soft dark-brown or black spots on the leaves. That’s a sign that it’s time to repot your pothos!