Propagation through cuttings is the best way to go if you have an overgrown pothos plant, or look for a quick way to get more plants! I’ll teach you how to trim your pothos plant, take cuttings, root the cuttings in water, plant the pothos cuttings, and care for them in this instructable.
This pothos propagation method is one of my favorites because it is so easy – all you need is some time and a few glasses of water!
Step 1: Tools for Pothos Propagation
X-acto knife or sharp scissors
Glasses with water in them to preserve the cuttings
For planting, use indoor or all-purpose potting soil.
Step 2: Pruning Your Pothos
First and foremost, it’s time for a trim! Decide on the vines’ length and cut them just below the lowest leaf node you want to keep. To prepare for cuttings, untangle the vines and spread them out individually.
Step 3: Separate the nodes from the pothos stems.
The pothos stems must now be dismantled into individual cuttings. Some people prefer to root a whole stem, but I find that this takes a long time and sometimes results in a plant that is difficult to return to soil after being in the water for too long.
Instead, I made individual leaf cuttings by cutting along the stem. Leave a small piece of vine attached to the bottom of each leaf stem by cutting to the left and right. On the vine, do you see the tiny brown bumps? New roots can format these nodes, which are referred to as nodes.
Step 5:How to Know When Your Pothos Cuttings Are Ready to Plant
My pothos cuttings are still held in water until they have at least one inch of roots. Since I was waiting for more cuttings to root, I ended up with much longer ones in this case, so the roots are between two and three inches long.
Remember that the longer the roots are submerged in water, the more difficult it will be to transition to the soil. Planting some of the cuttings while waiting for the others is preferable.
Remove the cuttings with roots from the water and sort them. Cuttings without roots should be held in water until they form roots, which can take a long time in some cases.
Step 6: Planting and Growing the Pothos Cuttings
Fill a pot 2/3 full with fresh potting soil and begin arranging the cuttings around the pot’s edges, adding soil as needed to hold the cuttings in place. Then add more soil as required and fill in the center of the pot with cuttings.
Slowly and thoroughly fill the pot with water until it drains out the rim. Place the pot where you want it to live until it stops dripping and care for it like a regular pothos. Congratulations! You’ve just successfully propagated a pothos.
source : https://www.instructables.com/How-to-Propagate-a-Pothos-Plant/