Epipremnum aureum

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Synonyms for Epipremnum aureum

evergreen liana widely cultivated for its variegated foliage

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Some of the plants we might find in our gardens that are toxic to our furry friends include asparagus fern, devil's ivy, weeping fig, lilies and caladium.
If you do buy conventional synthetic carpeting, air it out thoroughly installing and decorate the nursery with devil's ivy, nephthytis, and spider plants, which have been shown to absorb off-gassing chemicals.
1 Peace Lily 2 Chrysanthemum morifolium 3 English Ivy 4 Red-Edged Dracaena 5 Variegated Sansevieria 6 Cornstalk Dracaena 7 Gerbera jamesonii 8 Broadleaf Lady Palm 9 Lilyturf (Liriope spicata) 10 Devil's Ivy (Pothos) has
A partial list of the plants you might not want in your home if you have a pooch includes poinsettias, lilies, ferns, devil's ivy, aloe and ivy.
DEVIL'S IVY is very common but very vulnerable to overwatering and too much sun.
If you want a trailing plant, go for Devil's Ivy. If masses of flowers are the plan, you can't beat African violets.