Epipremnum ‘Neon Pothos’ Hanging


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Epipremnum ‘Neon Pothos’ Hanging

The ever popular Epipremnum ‘Neon Pothos’ Hanging, more commonly known as the Pothos or Devils Ivy. Epipremnum aureum is native to East Asia. They are an evergreen vine with aerial roots that can attain lengths of up to 8m. Plants are best kept in a moist area with any level of lighting. It is popular due to the speed at which it grows and its ability to grow from a single leaf/stem.

Epipremnum ‘Neon Pothos’ has beautiful clean, bright green leaves.

Epipremnum are very toxic and should not be used in enclosures where the inhabitant is likely to eat it. This does not go for specific Pothos eaters, such as Monkey Tailed Skinks

For best results, use alongside our Bioactive Herps Boost Range

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Weight1.1 kg
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