The Manjula Pothos (botanical name: Epipremnum aureum ‘HANSOTI14’), also known as the Happy Leaf Pothos, is a personal favorite. Its broad and wavy, heart-shaped leaves make for a unique shape. This, coupled with this cultivar’s painterly striations in shades of green and off-white has captured our hearts! How can it not? 🙂 Like many other pothos, […]
The Hawaiian Pothos (botanical name: Epipremnum aureum ‘Hawaiian’) is a cultivar of the popular Golden Pothos. They have larger leaves than many other pothos, with vibrant variegation in shades of gold, green, and cream. In terms of care, Hawaiian Pothos is known for its easygoing nature and ability to tolerate some neglect. They thrive in most
The Cebu Blue Pothos (botanical name: Epipremnum Pinnatum ‘Cebu Blue’) is a beautiful climbing vine from the Araceae family. This tropical houseplant is easily identified by its uniquely iridescent, silvery green-blue leaves. It’s hard to capture the blue-sheen of this plant in photos, but believe us, it’s there! In terms of care, the Cebu Blue, like many Pothos,
Neon Pothos is a popular beginner-level houseplant, well known for its chartreuse-green leaves. Leaves are most luminous when young, often appearing neon yellow and darkening slightly to a more bright green tone as they mature. Best of all, neon pothos is extremely easy to grow. They thrive in most light conditions (though bright, indirect light
What’s the difference between a heart leaf philodendron and a pothos? Both species have small green leaves and a vining habit. They also share some family ties, both being from the Arecaea family, commonly known as Aroids. However, they are undisputedly different species. Pothos (botanical name: Epipremnum aureum) comes from the Epipremeium genus, while Philodendron (Philodendron hederaceum, synonym Philodendron
Pothos N’Joy is a beautiful variety of Epipremnum Aureum and a cultivar of Marble Queen Pothos. It is sought after for its small leaves that are green in the middle and white around the edges. Pothos N’Joy is a low-maintenance houseplant and does not ask for a lot in care. As long as it is
Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) are a tropical vine and arguably one of the most easy-going houseplants. They are sometimes mistaken for Philodendrons, which have similar heart-shaped leaves and come from the same Araceae family. These popular houseplants originate from French Polynesia, although several varieties are native to the Pacific Islands and parts of Southeast Asia. In
If you’re looking for a beginner houseplant that can handle a bit of neglect — all while beautifying your space with its vining and variegated foliage — you might consider the Marble Queen Pothos (Scientific name: Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’). The Marble Queen Pothos does best in medium to bright indirect light and regular watering.