The Money-plant is a hardy indoor plant and is very easy to grow. It thrives in almost all conditions and has proven to be beneficial when placed indoors. It is also known as the ‘Pothos-Plant’, and has other different species as well. The plant is an excellent air-purifying plant and absorbs all harmful chemicals hanging in the air. The green glossy, heart-shaped leaves add to its beauty, as the money plant starts growing and make your space beautiful and inviting. The botanical name of the plant is, ‘Epipremnum Aureum’, and it grows well in temperate zones.
The money plant is a perfect houseplant and thrives well in low-light conditions as well. It serves a variety of functions by purifying the indoor air of your home or office and making the space look aesthetically pleasing. The twisting-turning branches of the plant make it visually pleasing.
It belongs to the category of perennial plants and remains green and vibrant throughout the year. The money plant is very versatile, it can be placed indoors and outdoors and does well in either condition.
The plants filter carbon monoxide from the air, which purifies the air inside our homes.
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It is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to your home and work life.
The money plant requires frequent watering as it also draws nutrition from water. Make sure to water it thoroughly as the roots for this plant go deep. Check to see if the water has come out of the drainage hole. If the money plant is in water, then it is very important to change the water on a weekly basis.
Sunlight affects the Money Plant very much. It is a shade-loving plant and does well in spaces where there is diffused or indirect sunlight. If placing indoors, then make sure to bring out the plant in semi-shade and ventilation once every week for at least a day.
The money plant must be placed in a shaded area that receives indirect sunlight or diffused light. The plant also does well in a well-ventilated area.
The Money plant is a hardy independent plant and requires very little care. You can add vermicompost to the plant every 3- 4 months. Avoid fertilization during extreme cold or hot weather conditions. The plant also loves doses of seaweed extract
It is necessary to keep pruning and cutting the money plant as it will help make the plant bushier and encourage branch growth. Once the pruning is done, you can plant the cuttings in a pot, and the aerial roots will take hold and a new plant will form.
The Money Plant is a hardy plant and is not very prone to pest attacks. However, spraying the plant with neem oil spray will be a good precautionary measure.
Yes, the money plant is relatively low-maintenance and adapts well to the environment around it, making it a suitable choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.
Absolutely! Money plants are well-suited for indoor environments and can thrive in various room settings.
You can easily propagate your money plant through stem cutting placed in water or directly into the soil.
Yes! The money plant is a fast grower given that it is given adequate care.