When Is a Pothos Not a Pothos?

When is a pothos not a pothos? The answer is when it’s an Epipremnum aureum. Actually, there are several answers to this question. Others include when it’s a Scindapsus aureus, Rhaphidophora aurea, Philodendron nechodomii, or even a Epipremnum pinnatum v. aureum. And then there is also devil’s ivy, devil’s claw ivy, ivy arum, golden efeutute, hunter’s robe, money […]

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