Pothos - Pothos is so easy to grow. The vine can go almost dry before protesting, needs repotting very infrequently (giant vines will thrive in tiny pots for years), and requires very little, if any, fertilizer. It rarely gets a pest or disease, it is easy to propagate, and best of all, it can grow in just about any lighting situation -- from dark corners to bright windowsills.
A recent New York Times article highlighted the current "it" plant of the home design world: the fiddle-leaf fig plant. Dark green leaves and height create a bold statement in any home. But have we arrived at "peak fiddle-leaf"? I've observed another plant taking center stage in interiors recently. A beautiful, dramatic plant addition to any home—but without the price tag (or sometimes-fickleness) of fiddle-leaf plants.