Neon Pothos is a common houseplant that is often seen in homes and offices. It is a popular choice because it is easy to care for, looks beautiful, and can provide some interesting benefits. Neon Pothos has a long history that dates back to the early 1900s. The plant was originally named Vinca minor, but was renamed Neon Pothos in the 1930s. The name comes from the pothos or ‘lonicera’ vines that grow along its stems. These vines are characteristic of tropical regions, so the plant was named after these vines. Neon Pothos grows best in indirect sunlight and temperatures between 6882 degrees Fahrenheit. It should be watered regularly and fertilized every two months with a strong fertilizer.