What does an 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 suddenly dying?
Too much water can result in root rot, which can ultimately kill the plant. Neglect can kill a plant over time but fussing over them can kill them far quicker. This leads to one of the greatest houseplant killers (especially when it comes to pothos) – overwatering. A plant’s roots can only take up so much water.
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.