Author: Rueben Oblinski
One of the easiest houseplants to grow, pothos (Epipremnum aureum) is often overlooked in favor of showier plants such as orchids. Though lacking blooms, this tropical vine--similar to philodendron--comes in an array of foliage colors and patterns that appeal to a wide range of tastes and decors. Nearly foolproof even for beginners, pothos is forgiving of neglect, virtually pest- and disease-free, and tolerant of low light, making it a good choice for darker rooms and offices. In this Beautiful Plant Book, you will discover: - An easy-to-follow reference guide to help house plant enthusiasts to properly identify different varieties, cultivars, and forms of Epipremnum, Scindapsus, and Philodendron pothos plants. - All the information plant beginners and plant collectors need can all be found in one reference and instructional guide, from properly identifying different varieties of pothos, to how to successfully care for and propagate pothos. - Around fifty varieties of pothos under the Epipremnum, Scindapsus, and Philodendron species are described to help plant enthusiasts identify each one of them properly. - How to properly care for pothos, and provides thorough but easy to follow instructions on how to successfully propagate pothos cuttings, without getting bogged down on overly complex scientific jargons and propagation methods. - Two bonus chapters And so much more! Grab your copy today!