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What's up with this root on my pothos?

BlueberryBundtcake - 6a/MA
5 months ago
last modified: 5 months ago

So I was trimming my pothos, and one of the pieces had trailed between some papers and formed this:

Every other node just has a little brown adventitious root. Is this just white because the papers were keeping the light from reaching it? Does it need to stay covered? Why is it more bulbous than the other roots?

This piece has been detached from the mother and is in a vase with the other cuttings to root. This the growing end, so this root is not submerged. This is the last adventitious root, but there is one more node past it.

(The leaf near the wall is not part of this cutting; that is part of a cutting that needs to be potted.)

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