Neon Pothos/Lime Pothos
Epipremnum pinnatumRated 4/5 based on 2 reviews.
Neon Pothos is sometimes called Lime Pothos it is often grown as a houseplant/ pot plant but can also be grown outside in a tropical/subtropical climate. It can be clipped back to maintain a compact shape or allowed to grow up trees and palms or over the pot in the case of a hanging plant.It is a striking bright color that lightens up a shady or part shade color scheme in the garden.
The Golden Pothos can be found under several botanical (Epipremnum pinnatum, Epipremnum aureum, Philodendron nechodomii, Pothos aurea, Scindapsus aureus, Rhaphidophora aurea) and common names (Centipede Tongavine, Devil's Ivy, Devil's Claw, Golden Pothos, Marble Queen). There are approximately 60 species in the genre. The plant is native to Solomon Islands in South Pacific (northeast of Australia). The Pothos family is one of the easiest plants to grow. There are four varieties of this plant available; Pothos Gold, Pothos Marble Queen, Jade Pothos and the new Neon Pothos.
You are purchasing a small established plant in a tube
|Growing Conditions||Well drained rich soil, partshade or as an indoor plant, hanging basket plant.|
|Flowering Season||Color is maintained year round.|
Lush Tropicals23 February 2018My little order arrived on time, the plants in a stable condition. The Cordylines responded quickly to the restoration of their terrestrial habitat. The Pothos, though it’s hanging in there, has yet to show signs of recovery. With Sunshine Coast weather currently mimicking a Kew greenhouse, I’m sure it will pick up in a week or so
Graptophyllum pictumBy: James McGuinness on 3 June 2016Plants arrived large and in great condition. Amazed at quick turnaround of out of stock wishlist item graptophyllum too. You guys are the leaders in tropicals.