These bright pothos are low-maintenance and easy to care for. They can adapt to a range of lighting conditions, and while they appreciate regular watering, they bounce back easily if you forget to water them every once in awhile. When grown indoors, neon pothos can grow vines up to 10 feet long, so while pruning isn’t necessary for these tropical vines, you may wish to prune the vines every once and a while to keep their size under control.
Neon pothos can adapt to a wide range of partial lighting conditions. Bright indirect light is best in order to keep the leaves vibrant and avoid leggy growth.
Neon pothos grows well in Standard houseplant soil, And also its obtain maximum growth in Well drained potting mix.
Allow the top 2 to 3 inches of soil to dry out between waterings and then water thoroughly. Neon pothos are susceptible to root rot if their roots are left standing in water, so always ensure that your plant is in a pot with adequate drainage to ensure that the roots aren’t waterlogged.
Temperature and Humidity
In their native environment, neon pothos grow in warm, humid temperatures which makes them well-suited to growing indoors as a houseplant. Preferable temperatures are between 55 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (or 15 to 35 degrees Celsius). Average household humidity is also adequate for these pothos, although providing extra humidity (with a humidifier or pebble tray) will encourage more vigorous growth.
Fertilizer is not a necessity when it comes to pothos, but regular fertilization during the active growing period can help encourage strong, healthy growth. If you choose, you can apply a balanced liquid fertilizer in 20 days interval.
Propagating Neon Pothos
As with other varieties of pothos, neon pothos are easy to propagate by stem cuttings.