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Pothos 'Neon'

In the 1970's Pothos was a trailing plant with plain green leaves that was known to grow in any light level, trailing its way around rooms, dividers because we were so thrilled it kept growing. Well the Pothos of today have wonderful variegations. The leaves will add a nice contrast to other colours and textures. It is still the trailing plant that can be pinned to topiaries, stakes and yes, the divider between the living room and dining room. It still tolerates almost any condition we can place it in. Variegated cultivars should have a few hours of light to develop their colours.

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