Money Plant

Scientific name : “Epipremnum aureum”

Money Plant (Epipremnum Aureum) commonly called golden pothos or devil’s ivy is native to the Solomon Islands. It is a climbing vine that produces abundant yellow-marbled foliage. In its native habitat, it climbs tree trunks by aerial rootlets and tumbles along the ground as a ground cover, reaching up to 40’ or more in length.

 

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Money Plant (Epipremnum Aureum) commonly called golden pothos or devil’s ivy is native to the Solomon Islands. It is a climbing vine that produces abundant yellow-marbled foliage. In its native habitat, it climbs tree trunks by aerial rootlets and tumbles along the ground as a ground cover, reaching up to 40’ or more in length. In St. Louis, it is usually grown much smaller, typically to 6-8’, as a houseplant, although it may be featured in commercial plantings or in greenhouses in larger form. Young plants feature bright, waxy, heart-shaped green leaves (to 4” long) that are variegated with yellow or white. Good houseplant for sunny to partly-sunny areas. Suitable for use in hanging baskets or trained to grow up a trellis or other support structure.

Sunlight – When grown indoors, pothos prefer bright but indirect light Variegated plants sometimes lose their leaf pattern and revert to all-green plants if they don’t get enough light, moving them to brighter conditions usually restores the variegation. Suddenly paler-looking leaves mean the plant is getting too much sun.

Watering – Pothos like to have their soil dry out completely between waterings. If left in continually damp soil, the plant’s roots will rot.

Plant Care – Pothos plants aren’t heavy feeders, but since there are typically no nutrients in most potting soils, you can feed monthly to bi-monthly with any balanced houseplant fertilizers to increase their nutrition.

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