Agalaonema 'Gold Dust' || 10" pot
Like big plants? This beast is huge and could probably go in a larger pot once it has settled into its new home. Green leaves with gold flecks throughout the leaf.
Aglaonemas are very forgiving so long as one rule of (green) thumb is followed: the amount of light needed is generally determined by the color of the leaves. The lighter the leaves, the more indirect light (make sure there is no direct sun exposure). That said, she does particularly well in lower light if you have an office or room that gets less sunlight. Frequent misting will support this plant, and the watering needs are low in the winter. They can withstand droughts—they’re forgiving, after all—and the soil can dry between waterings, but just be sure to not let the soil get too dry.