I bought this amazing plant at the Zilker Botanical Garden Festival, and I think it deserves a post of its own:
I was told that it was a Dutchman's Pipe, but looking through images of "dutchman's pipe" reveals that it is NOT Dutchman's Pipe. It looks like a pothos or philodendron kind of climber. It sends out saxophone shaped shoots with a cluster of leaves at the end of each stem. There are roots along the stems and for each new plant being sent out. Mine doesn't have one, but they send out stalks of small white blossoms from the top.
Here are some close-ups:
Stems:This was the largest one, and I got it for only $15 which seems like a steal. I've never seen this plant before. Anyone know what it is?
Edit: Many thanks to Cathy, the super sleuth! It is a Callisia fragrans (the Basket Plant).