Common name(s): Devil’s vine, hunter’s robe, money plant, silver vine, devil’s ivy, pothos, ivy arum, money plant, taro vine, Solomon Islands ivy
Flower colors: Greenish-colored spathe
Bloom time: Bloom in early to mid-summer
Max reachable height: Up to 20 m
Difficulty to grow: Very easy to grow
Sunlight: Partial sunlight
Soil: Well-drained soil
Water: If you plant it in water then change the water of jar or bottle every 2-3 days. If you plant it in soil then do not water excessively. During summer water every alternate day and during winter after 4-5 days. Give time to soil to dry, then water.
Temperature: Prefers warmer temperatures of between 15 degrees C and 30 degrees c. Lower leaves will turn yellow or produce rust like spots if temperatures fall below 10 degrees c to 12 degrees c.
Fertilizer: It needs common fertilizer. To plant in soil, use fertile soil. Use nitrate-based fertilizer. If you are using the liquid form then dilute it with water and then mix them in soil. Never add fertilizers just after trimming. Always add fertilizers in shade or in the evening. Never add them in sunlight, as it can burn leaves.
Caring for the Money plant:
- If you plant it in a pot then ensure that pot should have proper drainage system otherwise roots of money plants will be damaged by excessive water.
- Wooden or plastic pole warp with husk is suitable for climbing the plant up and foster faster growth.
- Tie the stems as it grows up, till it reaches the top progressively.
- You can also use coir ropes to wrap around plastic or glass poles which will give enough support for the plant to grow up.
- Trim by cutting away dead or overgrown branches or stems of the money plant.
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