Pothos Plant?

maggie thecat

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That's a pothos. Take some clippings and stick them in your tank. They'll grow roots. You can also wash the dirt off a potted plants. Having done both, I would just go with cuttings, there's less adaptation stress that way.
 
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maggie thecat said:
That's a pothos. Take some clippings and stick them in your tank. They'll grow roots. You can also wash the dirt off a potted plants. Having done both, I would just go with cuttings, there's less adaptation stress that way.
does all pothos have green solid branches?
 

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Do you mean the stems? I don't think so. There are a lot of types of pothos. Different colors and sizes.

Here's a sample from a fast internet search. Scroll down past the care information to see photos. Pothos | Costa Farms
 

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kashbill said:
does all pothos have green solid branches?
No it comes in several shades of green and some have varying amounts of white. It's not always green.
 
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maggie thecat said:
Do you mean the stems? I don't think so. There are a lot of types of pothos. Different colors and sizes.

Here's a sample from a fast internet search. Scroll down past the care information to see photos. Pothos | Costa Farms
i dont know that's a lot of pothos type
 
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