It's true, Jade Pothos is a bit more subdued than its variegated or brighter colored cousins, but it's just as tough and reliable a house plant. Jade Pothos trails beautifully and if you provide the support, will climb as well. A trellis with this beauty growing on it is simply stunning, and if you choose to let it trail, be prepared to prune it back periodically. You can root the cuttings and put them back in the pot. This pothos is great in indoor planters, paired with peperomias, philodendrons, or even dracaenas. If there are small humans or pets present, it may be best to hang this plant out of reach, as it is mildly toxic if ingested.