Why do my pothos keep dying?
Plants in the same pot for several years without added fertilizers will slowly begin to die due to a lack of nutrients. Over time, the nutrients slowly leech from the soil and get washed away each time your water your plant. Since there is no way for the pothos to access additional nutrients, it begins to die back.
What does a dying pothos plant look like?
Signs of a dying Pothos include: yellow or brown leaves, drooping stems, distorted or stunted growth, leaves that easily fall off, or dried up/curling leaves.
How do you save wilted pothos?
If it is bone dry, your Pothos needs more water, but if it feels soggy, your plant is over watered. If over watering is the reason for drooping Pothos leaves, reduce the watering frequency and plant the Pothos in well-draining soil. Perlite mixed into a houseplant soil increases drainage.