What does Overwatered Pothos look like?
Yellow and brown leaves, rotten roots, and moldy soil are the evidence of an overwatered pothos plant.
Why is my Pothos wilting and curling?
If your pothos looks droopy or the leaves are curling, chances are your plant is underwatering. Sometimes the pothos gets so dry that when you water it, the water flows through it. If this appears to be the case, let your plant sit in the water for a few hours to get as much water from bottom to top as needed.
How do I know if my Pothos needs water?
A good rule of thumb is to let the soil mostly dry out between waterings. The soil should feel dry when you poke your finger in. If you use a moisture meter to determine the moisture level of the soil, you’re looking for a reading of 2-3 to indicate that your pothos is ready for a drink.