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Pothos

Epipremnum

One of the best indoor plants for low-light situations, pothos is an easy-care vining plant equally at home in a hanging basket, climbing a plant pole, or spilling over the edge of a table or shelf. Give it normal room temperature and keep the soil slightly on the dry side. It also goes by the names of devil's ivy, Scindapsus aureus, and Pothos aureus. It is closely related to heartleaf philodendron, which it resembles.

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From 1 to 20 feet

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1-4 feet wide

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Golden pothos
Golden pothos
Epipremnum aureum is the most widely available form. Its medium green leaves are streaked with gold. Variegation may be less intense in low light.
'Marble Queen' pothos
'Marble Queen' pothos
Epipremnum aureum 'Marble Queen' has heart-shape leaves heavily variegated with creamy white. It is slightly less vigorous than golden pothos.
Satin pothos
Satin pothos
Epipremnum pictum is an elegant vine with deep green foliage splashed with silver markings. Leaves are covered with fine hairs, giving the plant a satiny feel.
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