Pothos Neon plant
Pothos Neon plant
Neon pothos is natively found in the Soloman Islands in Oceania. In the wild, these plants grow climbing up the trunks of large tropical trees.
Neon pothos (Epipremnum aureum ‘Neon’) is a variety of the pothos plant with lime green neon leaves.
Neon pothos needs moderate watering. When the top 2 inches of soil feel dry (stick your finger in to find out!) water.
Water your pothos when the top two inches of potting soil feels dry to the touch. For me, this is once a week.
The hotter/sunnier your plant is, the more often it will need water. Remember that in the winter, indoor heating can dry plants out just as much as summer heat!
Pothos in general do well in bright, indirect light. They will survive in lower lighting conditions, but they won’t thrive.
Direct light (outside uncovered or even directly in a south facing window) will burn their leaves a crispy brown. Remember, in nature they grow under the shade of larger trees.
Yes – neon pothos loves being outdoors, especially in humid areas. Keep them out of direct sun and bring them indoors when temperatures drop below 50 degrees.
I love pothos for a hanging basket or as a “spiller” from any large potted plant or window box.
Please do adequate research on the plant you are purchasing regarding climate, zones, watering, care and environment for optimal success before purchasing. This is a Starter Plant.
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