LOLA - SCINDAPSUS PICTUS ‘EXOTICA’
Lola is a spectacular houseplant - very similar to the WESTLEY option - sometimes called Silver Satin Pothos. Gorgeous leaves, a little larger than Westley's. This variety is harder to find, and therefore not always in stock.
Light - She does OK in low light, and loves bright indirect lighting. A few feet from a south facing window would be her fave, but she's a safe bet even if your space has shady or north light.
Water - Let her soil dry out between waterings, as you don't want root-rot.
Considerations - As you'll remember, she likes to climb, so her vines tend to shoot long and sparse with aerial roots that search for wood to adhere to. As she grows his tips can be more sparse. That's totally normal. You can leave him hanging, draping form a shelf, or you can add a climbing stake! If you prefer her to stay bushy... regular tip pruning will keep her legs tidy and well-shaped.