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).
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 fertilizer once per month during the growing season. It’s so easy that it would take significant effort to kill it. Please don’t make the effort to kill it.
Light: medium to bright, indirect