Pascal

£15.00

Neon pothos

Epipremnum aureum neon; neon devil’s ivy

Why we love Pascal

You want a statement? This man's a statement. His acid green leaves were made to stand out.

Most light conditions
Easy care
The patch promise

He’ll grow as long as you allow. If you want to trim him back, just use a clean pair of scissors. You’ll cause him no harm.

Quick facts

BOTANICAL NAME

Epipremnum aureum neon

NICKNAME

Neon pothos; neon devil’s ivy

PLANT TYPE

Evergreen vine; indoor

AIR PURIFYING?

Yes

PLANT HEIGHT (INCLUDING POT)

30-40cm

PET/BABY SAFE?

Mildly toxic if consumed

NURSERY POT SIZE

15cm

About neon pothos

The neon pothos is exactly the same species of plant as our all-time bestselling Rapunzel, but in a zingy, acid green colour. It requires exactly the same care, i.e. not very much at all. 

In the wild, neon pothos grows in sup-tropical forests, mainly across Asia and Australia. It spreads easily because it can grow in pretty dark places (hence one of its common nicknames, devil’s ivy). It’s not unusual for it to grow as tall as 200 metres.

Its undemanding attitude to light has made it a very popular houseplant, ideal for beginners.

It will manage in most light conditions (it doesn’t love harsh sun or total darkness). It needs infrequent watering and generally just gets on with things. It will enjoy a feed with liquid fertiliser once per month in spring and summer. It’s so easy that it would take significant effort to kill it. Please don’t make the effort to kill it.

Did you know?

While devil’s ivy is capable of flowering, it almost never does. The last time a plant was known to flower without assistance was 1964.