How do I identify a Jessenia pothos?
Jessenia pothos (Epipremnum ‘Jessenia’) displays green, heart-shaped leaves abundantly marked with chartreuse. Like Marble Queen (to which Jessenia is quite similar), every leaf will be different. It’s usually not too hard to tell the difference between Marble Queen and Jessenia when they’re next to each other.
What are the rarest pothos?
Epipremnum aureum ‘Shangri La’
Shangri La Pothos is a unique, rarer form of Epripremnum aureum. It comes in both solid and variegated forms and the leaves grow upwards and curl in on themselves.
What makes a Jessenia pothos?
The defining characteristic of Jessenia Pothos is its lime-green variegated leaves. Many types of pothos display variegation, but Jessenia’s pattern of lime green and dark green splashes make it stand out. The heart/spade-shaped leaves line a vine that can grow up to 10 feet long.