Pothos is describes as having a low light requirement. Im currently living in a small basement suite, with one tiny window, and we live in a valley. There is no direct sunlight. I have a floor lamp in the living room that is on when Im awake. Is this enough light for pothos?
Can someone explain exactly what is meant by low light? If I have to, I will buy a special bulb to grow live plants, but Id rather not, as I want to incorporate pothos in my Emp scorp enclosure once I've got the hang of isopods and live plants.
Thanks for the hasty reply.
my wife tells me its pretty darn cheap, so Ill be making my attempt and hopefulyl wont kill it.
Pothos are the only plant my wife can't kill with her black thumb. I have a few in so
e of my enclosures and they receive very little indirect sunlight and a little old fashion bulb light when I enter my T area, and they are growing fine.
Tarantulas are an enigma, wrapped in a riddle, smothered in secret sauce... good luck!
i currently have 2 pothos clippings in a cup with 2 inch of water. The nubs that will become roots are submerged. Is that all I have to do to get them to root, or do I have to provide something else? Its only been about a week.
thanks very much, hamhock!!!
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