Native to the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, the Pothos, a trailing vine plant, is notable for being one of the easiest house plants to grow. You’ve likely encountered one in just about any café with windows – usually paired with a Sansevieria for those who don’t want to work too hard to say they have a green thumb. Pothos plants are members of the Araceae plant family. Pothos are bright, bushy (no tail), and add a touch of easy green in your home or office. Its heart-shaped leaves are sometimes variegated with bright accents of white, yellow, or pale green – some call it fashion, we call it nature. They’re members of the Araceae plant family and also go by a few names, like Golden Pothos, Ivy Arum, Money Plant, Devil’s Ivy, or Devil’s Vine, the latter is likely because they can thrive in low-light conditions and are hard to kill or banish – yet easy enough to summon on your first try.