Happiest in fertile, well-drained soil if kept uniformly moist. Trim plant to maintain the ideal size and shape. Use a balanced liquid fertilizer every month. Water about 5 to 7 days, depending on the temperature and the sun. Keep soil evenly damp, but not soggy.
Its scientific name is Epipremnum Aureum, and it belongs to the family of Araceae. In the woods, Neon Pothos grows in subtropical forests, mostly in Asia and Australia. It proliferates because it can flourish in pretty dark places hence one of its famous nicknames, Devil’s Ivy.
Like every other Pothos plant, it is a vine and will develop over time. However, its growth pattern can be managed by trimming and vertical structural strength. Its compromising attitude to light has made it a very common houseplant, perfect for starters.