How do you know when pothos are dying?
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. A nutrient imbalance can also kill the plant, the first sign of which is spotty yellowing leaves.
Why are my pothos leaves dying?
Pothos houseplant leaves turn yellow and brown and dry for a variety of reasons: when grown in too little light, an irregular watering pattern, or the plant is sitting in water and may be the beginning of root rot.
What does an overwatered pothos look like?
Yellow and brown leaves, rotten roots, and moldy soil are the evidence of an overwatered pothos plant.