Should I put my Pothos aerial roots in water?
You don’t have to put your pothos’ aerial roots in water because they absorb water from the air. You can put them in water along with the stem if you want to propagate them, but they don’t need water to survive. If you do put them in water, change the water every few days and check them for root rot.
How long do aerial roots begin to grow into a Pothos?
You should see new roots on the node in 14 to 20 days. but if the stem and leaf are green and looking healthy, give it more time. Once the rooting process is established, you will need to be patient. It takes months to grow your Pothos into a large lush plant.
Is it OK to remove aerial roots?
If your plant’s aerial roots are getting a little unruly-looking, you can prune them. Simply use a pair of clean, sharp shears to snip them off close to the base where they grow from the plant. Be careful not to cut into the stem!