9 Pretty Pothos Plants That Are (Almost) Impossible to Kill
Just getting into houseplants or looking to expand your collection? The pothos (technically, epipremnum aureum) has remained a favorite among household varieties—and for good reason.
"It tolerates a wide range of growing conditions, including low light (though it grows best and fastest in a brighter spot) and inconsistent watering," explains Justin Hancock, a horticulturist at Costa Farms. "And it holds up to low humidity, which many of our homes suffer from in the dry winter months, making it an excellent indoor plant for beginners." He points out that being a vine, the pothos is also fairly versatile. "You can grow it on a desk or tabletop, have it climb, or let it trail (while keeping it out of reach of children or pets). Plus, it's easy to propagate, so you can root and share clippings with your friends."
Read on as horticulturists recommend some of the prettiest pothos plants for breathing new life into your space. They also offer quick tips on how to care for these low-maintenance house plants.