Hello, I am back, and armed with more pictures! When I inherited this desk it came with 2 plants- an umbrella tree (which is blooming quite nicely, and needs to be re-potted soon) and a pothos. I didn't know what this plant was, only that it had lots of greenery and that it hadn't died or turned brown- voila, insta-gardener! Problem is, I've now seen pictures of what a pothos should look like... and this looks nothing like that. It is very leggy, and I'd like to maintain some of the real shape of it. I have already cut back many of the straggling leaves, rooted them, and gave them away. But I am not sure how severe I should cut into it. Since there are already many nubs on it, I am afraid that it will never be a bushy plant... Any thoughts?