I have a variegated Philodendron or a Pothos. It has been in the family for a lot of years. I am having problems keeping the plant alive. I have taken cuttings and allowed them to root in water. A process for which I have had great success in the past. But I have had no success in the past few years.
How do I tell if it is a philodendron or a pothos? What do you recommend for successful planting from water to soil? The cuttings now have been in water for a few months. Can you recommend a plant doctor in the San Francisco Bay Area?
Plants are not in direct light but they are not really in the shadows of bright light either, try not to overwater. Replanted in both clay pots and plastic. They seem to attract bugs easily and I have countered with "Bonide garden dust or Garden Safe Fungicide. I have used Schultz's liquid food or solid sticks. All to no avail.
Thank you. Ron Mazur