Neon Pothos (Epipremnum aureum Neon, Golden Pothos)
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We love the stunning foliage of this beautiful Neon Pothos or Epipremnum aureum Neon. Very easy to care for and happy in almost any light, it makes the ideal easy-care houseplant for beginners and experts. The Neon Pothos plant adds a vibrant splash of colour to any collection and is super easy to look after. Tolerant to a wide range of light conditions, the Epipremnum aureum 'Neon' is a prolific grower, producing long cascading vines that can easily reach the floor. It is native to Southeast Asia, New Guinea, Queensland, and a few western Pacific islands.
Epipremnum aureum Neon's vibrant bright neon foliage is a striking feature, and it looks luscious and attractive in any room in your home. Imagine it in its natural Central American jungle habitat - it’s an epiphyte, so it clings to the branches of other trees rather than living on the ground, which gives it a better chance to reach the rain and the light.
You can recreate this habitat at home - we supply a mossy pole for the Scindapsus to climb up or a shelf to grow along. All you need to do then is ensure there is plenty of indirect light plus water when it gets dry, and your plant should be very happy.
If you decide to give this exciting houseplant as a gift, we can include a free, handwritten card - specify your message at the basket stage of delivery, and we’ll do the rest! We won’t give the game away with paperwork or prices, so it’ll be a wonderful surprise!
Epipremnum aureum 'Neon' care
Scindapsus is easy to care for and suitable for beginners.
How should I water the Neon Pothos plant?
Water when the top few inches of soil feel dry to the touch, soak through and leave until dry again. Be careful to ensure the plant isn’t left sitting in water as it won’t like that!
Should I feed this Epipremnum Aureum?
You can water once a month during spring and summer. Try our vegan, organic plant food.
Is Neon pothos toxic to pets?
Yes, this could cause problems if a pet nibbled it.
What size is this houseplant?
If you would like more information on caring for houseplants, please have a look at our video here
All our plants are supplied in a plastic nursery pot