Is my 25yr old Pothos potentially dying?
Hi all, I need your help!
I recently reshaped my mums 25 year Pothos around 4 bamboo poles. Because the plant has been grown from just 1 vine, I had to take time untangling and then wind it back round the bamboo to train.
While doing so, I was devastated when I heard what I felt was a slight snap, quite low down on the vine. I could see the vine had slightly cut, but not completely snapped.
Long story, I continued to wind around, hoping the strength and age of the plant would mean it would "resew" itself together from any potential damage caused.
A week later and as you can see, the majority of the vine is wilting. Pic 1 is the part that are wilting despite being watered just enough not too much.
Pic 2 is the bottom of the plant before the snap where I can see new growth.
The soil, watering etc has been the same for 2 years where I have got lots and lots of growth from it so I know that over watering is not an issue. After I disturbed the plant, we had a hot weekend last week and it's possible it could have got a little dehydrated but has been watered since.
My question is what shall I do? How long shall I wait, hoping the vine will be restored vs cutting it off and propagating back into the main pot what I can save?
Any advice would be appreciated, I'm gutted to see I might lose alot of the years my mum put in in terms of its growth!