Well my pothos is going nuts. I have one vine that is probably 10 feet long and the ends are getting simply huge in size compared to the stem in the ground that were planted middle of last year. The longest top part of the vine is a good 1/2 inch across and the root in the pot is 1/2 a pencil at best. This concerns me that eventually the demand will not be able to be met if I don't cut it back and replant. I know it a good thing to cut it back so it bushes out but I LOVE the HUGE leaves on the large stem. 1) If I cut back the large stem and replant should I get larger base stems and hence get larger leaves earlier than 10 feet of growth? 2) How do I encourage larger stems from the get go? 3) Where do I cut/trim to promote thick stems on the older ones and keep the plant full and growing well? 4) Why are the longest stems getting so thick compared to the bottom ones and the leaves so much larger?