Houseplants forum: house plant needs help

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Name: Roxy
Union City IN (Zone 5b)
roxyntravi
Aug 20, 2015 9:59 AM CST
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Ive had this plant for 3 yrs now and i cant get it to grow i get maybe a couple of leaves on it but one stays healthy and the other turns yellow i just recently repotted it in a bigger pot with miricle grow any suggestions on what type of plant it is and how to care for it Sighing!


Name: tarev
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tarev
Aug 20, 2015 10:41 AM CST
Hello roxyntravi Welcome!

Your photo is rather blurred, but somehow it seems to be a pothos plant Shrug!

1) Can you further describe how you grow the plant, like the position in the house, is it by a window, and what orientation is that window?

2) What is your watering frequency and time of day you water?

3) Usually when I repot a plant, I base it on the size of the root ball. That container looks rather too big. But do try to answer the first two questions, and also maybe try to get a better photo to upload.
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plantladylin
Aug 21, 2015 1:28 PM CST
It is extremely to tell from the out of focus photos but it does look like it may be Pothos Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) Pothos can take lower light situations than other plants and are fairly drought tolerant once established. I have a couple growing indoors in very low light. My opinion on the possible reason for the leaf turning yellow is maybe it's buried too deep in the soil. You can lay a stem on top of soil and weigh it down with a rock ... the plant will produce roots from each node that is touching the soil and eventually produce new stems and leaves.
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purpleinopp
Nov 14, 2015 9:48 AM CST
Did this plant stay alive and keep growing?
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