Neon Pothos plants are among the most popular houseplants for their versatility and easy care. Neon Pothos have yellowish leafs which make them easily recognizable and popular in a variety of settings. Typically a fast-growing strong climber, Neon Pothos can flourish as houseplants or climbers, indoor and outdoor, in full sun or partial shade, and requires little watering.
Pothos is arguably the easiest of all houseplants to grow, even if you are a person who forgets to water your plants. One advantage of growing pothos is that they are high on the list of plants that can help purify indoor air of chemicals such as formaldehyde, trichloroethene, toluene, xylene, and benzene.
Neon Pothos is able to adapt to lower light but thrives in bright, indirect light year-round. Harsh, direct sunlight will scorch the leaves, while too little light will cause the leaves to become a pale green and smaller in size. Water Pothos enough to keep the soil moist, but not wet or saturated. It’s best to water when the top inch of the soil is dry. Don’t worry if you forget—it will occasionally tolerate a missed watering! Look out for drooping yellow leaves, they are a symptom of too much water.
Your bathroom or kitchen would be a great choice for your Neon Pothos because it does best in a slightly more humid environment. Brown leaf tips may indicate the air is too dry. Feed monthly in the spring through fall with general-purpose indoor plant fertilizer. Before applying any fertilizer in any form make sure the soil is damp prior to application.
Feel free to trim your Neon Pothos regularly. This encourages the plant to develop more side-shoots and reduces the demand for the plant to develop a larger root system while in a confined container.Pothos is mildly toxic to pets and humans. Typically, ingestion will cause mouth and stomach irritation and possible vomiting.