Step1 Digging the Hole
Based on your site selection, dig a hole 2-3 times wider than the root ball and slightly deeper than its length with a trowel or a spade. Keep the removed soil nearby.
Step2 Soil Preparation
Mix the removed soil with organic matter or compost to improve drainage and add nutrients.
Step3 Placing the golden pothos Plant
Carefully place the golden pothos plant in the center of the hole, making sure its root ball is level with the surrounding ground. Fill the hole halfway with the prepared soil mixture and gently firm the soil around the root ball.
Water the golden pothos plant thoroughly using a watering can or hose, allowing the water to settle the soil and eliminate air pockets around the roots.
Step5 Finishing the Transplant
Fill the remainder of the hole with the prepared soil mixture, gently firming the soil. Create a shallow depression around the base to help collect water near the roots.
Spread a layer of mulch around the base of the golden pothos plant, keeping it a few inches away from the stem. This will help retain moisture and regulate the soil temperature.
If necessary, provide support for the golden pothos plant by adding stakes or supports. Secure the plant to the support with soft ties or garden twine.