Pothos are one of the most commonly-found plants in the world, and they are an integral part of many of our daily lives.
But their natural beauty has been lost in the modern world, as well.
They can become invasive and invasive-resistant, and are a major threat to wildlife and human health.
Potho plants have been known to invade houses and roads, and can also invade water sources and even humans themselves.
When these plants become established in your home, they can have a profound impact on how your home is managed and your health.
They also affect the quality of your soil, which is why we want to make sure you know how to properly care for your home’s potho plant.
What is a pothop?
A pothose is a short, flat leaf that can be found in a wide variety of plants.
When the plant gets too large, it can also cause a root-roller, which causes the soil to become unstable and can become a breeding ground for invasive species.
How do I know if I need to treat my house’s pathos plant?
If you have an invasive pothosa plant, we recommend that you: Treat it as a weed