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Pothos

This is a discussion on Pothos within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Yup, a natural environment sure makes a difference! Reminds me of being in Hawaii or ...

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    Yup, a natural environment sure makes a difference! Reminds me of being in Hawaii or down in the Central American rain forrests. But for you it must be kind of like Kudzu.... nothing kills it, grows over everything...

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    AMAZING... I'll be sure to leave mine in very low light conditions!
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    That's right natural environment sure does make a dif. Joe many times has cut all the stems going up trees and somehow it still survives. I do know that if you cut one of the bigger stems it pours sap out like water. Except I wouldn't wana drink it.

    At least it doesn't grow as fast as Kudzu

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    Well here is mine for a stark comparison!

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    Wooow! I had no idea they could be like that. I don't think any would survive outside either. I live in Utah. Can get pretty cold.

    I think I'll make some clippings and give some to my aunt. She can't keep anything alive and if Pothos are this hardy, she might be able to keep a plant. X3

    I heard that if you put a differant clipping or roots of something in water Pothos clippings have been in, it acts like a rooting hormone.

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    Hmmm maybe I should try that on two of my orchids I got a few months back for my Bday that still haven't rooted.

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    Yeah, someone on a pet forum said they even got rose cuttings to root that way, said it works every time. Don't know how we got from pets to plants. Wait... yes I do.

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