The striking leaves of the Epipremnum Amplissimum makes it very decorative plant. The long and lance-shaped leaves have a beautiful dark green colour with silvery strips.
You might know the Epipremnum Amplissimum as Pothos Amplifolia or Rhaphidophora Amplissimia, which are all names for the same plant. The plant is a member of the big Araceae family and is native to Australia and New Guinea. Out in the wild the Epipremnum Amplissimum grows in the rain forests and is usually seen climbing onto other, bigger plants or trees. The Epipremnum Amplissimum is a rare house plant and very popular among collectors. If you let the plant grow under good conditions it can grow fairly quick.
As mentioned, the silvery strips on the leaves can disappear when the Epipremnum Amplissimum doesn’t get sufficient light. It’s very important to give the plant a spot with enough indirect light. Watering this plant once a week should work out fine. The soil can dry out a little, but don’t let it dry out completely between watering. At last make sure the humidity is at a pleasant level as you would do by many other aroids.