Product Details: –
- Golden Money Plant
- Type of Plant: Foliage & Air Purifying
- Plant Placement: Indoors
- Height of Plant: Upto 5 inches
- Green Ceramic Pot Size: 4 inches
About Golden Money Plant: –
Money plant is also known as Devil’s vine & pothos. Money plant has the emerald green heart-shaped leaves. Also, as the money plant is air-purifying, bringing this allows you and your family to breathe in a clean atmosphere. It is very easy to grow and stays green when kept in the dark.
How To Care: –
- It prefers bright partial light only.
- Only use a pot with drainage holes.
- This plant requires well-drained soil.
- You should remove dead, infected or damaged parts of the plant.
- You can apply organic fertilizers during the spring season to provide proper nutrients to the plant.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): –
How much sunlight does a golden money plant need?
Money plant prefers bright, not direct light, although it can also tolerate low-light conditions. So put your plant near windows where they can receive proper light.
Where can I buy a Money plant?
The money plant is available online on Vitri Greens you can place your order with us.
How to propagate the golden money plant?
Money plant is easy to propagate from stem cuttings. Cut off a piece of the healthy stem of height 20-3ocms and pot it up separately in well-drained soil or put it in a glass or jar of water. Keep the pot or jar near a window where it can get indirect bright light.
How to Grow Money Plant?
Soil: These Plants Prefers well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Use pot with proper drainage holes.
Light: Money plant prefers bright indirect sunlight or artificial light for proper growth.
Watering: Water thoroughly in summer until some water trickles from the bottom of the pot and, reduce watering during rainy and winter season.
Fertilizer: Fertilize during the growing(spring) season and avoid fertilizing during the winter months.
Why do money plant leaves turn yellow?
The most common cause of yellowing leaves of Money plant is improper watering. Your Money plant prefers deep but infrequent watering. When you water your plant, make sure you provide enough water so that water flows from the bottom of the pot. It’s very important to remove any excess water in the pot and not to let your plant stay in any standing water. Excess water can cause the roots to rot which will leads it to death. Yellow and browning leaves are the first sign of root rot.
Does money plant grow better in water or soil?
Money plant can grow in both soil and water, but don’t make the mistake of replacing it from water to soil and vice-versa. Plant growing in water would have softer and slender leaves as compared to that soil ones.