Epipremnum Aureum Neon- 'Neon Pothos'
ep·ih·prem·num aw·ree·um nee·on
Water when soil slightly dry
14°C - 24°C
Moderate light, not direct
The first thing that stands out about this Neon Pothos is it’s striking, acid green colour. Sometimes with houseplants you wonder why their nicknames have almost nothing to do with their look, but there’s no confusion when it comes to giving this little guy the nickname of ‘Neon Pothos’. And just like all your neon leggings from the 2000s, this also requires very little care and consideration.
Growing in the wilds of Asia and Australia, the neon pothos loves subtropical forests, and has managed to adapt to growing in dark places. It’s a real monster too and has been known to grow around 180m - which probably why it’s known as the devil’s ivy. In the UK though, it’s not likely to take over your home. It’s happy in nearly all light conditions and survives on infrequent watering too, so if you’re looking a plant that isn’t too hard to care for, and gives a lot back then the Neon Pothos may be for you.
(All plants come in plastic grow pot unless otherwise stated)