As I was growing up, we always had a pothos (Epipremnum aureum)growing in our living room and I always wanted to get pothos as well as any similar plants. Since my plant obsession began, I have purchased 2 Philodendron scandens spp. oxycardium "Heartleaf Philodendron", 1 Philodendron scandens spp. micans "Velvet Leaf Philodendron", 2 Epipremnum aureum "Golden Pothos", 1 "Marble Queen", and one Scindapsus pictus "Satin Pothos". Most of my philodendrons and pothos are currently growing in my room and are pictured below:
My other pothos is currently growing in my office at work and it is still growing very nicely at work (see this post and subsequent update post). As you can see from the picture below, my work pothos seems like it has grown the most since I notice when there is new growth on it since it is directly behind my computer monitor and three of the vines are growing on top of the monitor. This plant has come a long way from being the pot-bound plant that I bought at Lowe's last fall.
A few weeks ago, when Annah and I were on a mini vacation, we decided to stop at the Home Depot up in Duluth, Minnesota to see what kind of selection they had. Whoever runs the gardening "section" should learn how to organize the plants into one place. The store in Rochester is neatly organized and has a decent selection of plants. The one in Duluth had several different areas throughout the store for their plants, and if we hadn't had to walk to the cashier we wouldn't have seen half of their plant selection. The reason why I'm mentioning the Duluth Home Depot is because that is where we found a Phildendron scandens 'Brasil' which is pictured below.
I am still looking around for a Neon Pothos, but have been unable to find one as of yet. Once I do I will post a picture on the blog.
If you are looking for some nice green plants that do not require a lot of attention and can survive in low light and less watering than some other plants might allow, then you should purchase some pothos and some philodendrons to brighten up your house or to fulfill your needs if you're addicted to plants. Additionally, if you're looking for more information about pothos and philodendrons you can look at this post from Damn Plants or PATSP's post on these wonderful plants.
Photo Credits: All me