Money Plant

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For years, the money plant has been the most common plant in indoor gardens across the globe. They live year round without any major hassles and tell you exactly what they need, making money plants an excellent choice for inexperienced gardeners.

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  • Money Plant Satin Money Plant Satin
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Money plant indoor

Money plants are generally forgiving and will tolerate all kinds of neglect including low light, poor soil, and inconsistent watering.
With their typically large, green, and glossy leaves, money plant adds a bit of native tropical flair to any home. There are two types of money plant: variegated and no variegated and both are equally easy to care for.

Money plant care

When caring for an indoor money plant, the idea is to mimic its natural tropical environment. Provide it with warmth and moisture near sunny east or west facing windows. They also do extremely well in north-facing windows and balconies. During warm weather, put money plants outside in a shady spot to get some fresh air and natural light on occasion. However, direct sunlight can burn the delicate foliage of the plant.

Light

The plants of the money plant family are one of the best choices for indoor spaces due to their hardy nature and the range of conditions in which they can live happily. The money plant loves bright indirect to medium light and can also live in low light conditions for a while. Keep your money plant out of direct sun to avoid leaf burn. However, the variegated varieties need comparatively more light to retain the variegations.

Water

Water your money plant only when the top two inches of the potting mix is dry to touch. The frequency of watering depends entirely on the amount of light the plant gets. More light translates to a better rate of photosynthesis thus increasing the quantity of water required. To check for the right time to water the plant, dig your finger 2 inches into the soil. If the soil feels dry and your finger comes out clean, then it is time to water your plants. If the soil feels moist and the finger comes out with soil sticking to it, then it's not time to water it yet. Misting it once in a while is also a good idea.

Soil and fertilisation

The Money plant loves a rich but well-draining medium for good growth. While the vining varieties are not finicky about the growing media, the ones with tree-like growth patterns need comparatively more root support for balance.
Fertilise your plant every three weeks in its growing season from spring to fall for a good growth. Supplementing the potting media with good quality compost is also an added advantage, using water soluble plant fertiliser like NPKevery few weeks both for root application and misting helps achieve healthier and bigger foliage.

Placement

Place your plants in areas that get bright to medium indirect light. If your plant does not get sufficient light through the day, placing it in the sun for a couple of hours every other week will allow the plant to grow well. The trailing varieties look especially stunning when placed at a height and allowed to trail down. The upright varieties are excellent for tabletop and floor placement.

Money Plant Propagation

The vining plants can be easily propagated by stem cuttings, take cuttings that have at least 2-3 leaf nodes and propagate it either via water or directly in the soil. Remove the lowermost leaves to expose the nodes and ensure that the nodes are either submerged in water or in soil. Money plants root easily and are quick growing with proper care.
For the tree-like varieties, propagation can be done by dividing the mature plant along with the root system. For potting use a well-draining but rich potting media.


FAQs

Why are the leaves of my money plant turning yellow?

Yellowing leaves are generally a sign of overwatering. If random leaves are yellowing, try adjusting the watering schedule.

Why is my plant limp and wilting?

Limp and wilting plants is a clear case of under-watering plants. Water pressure is essential to keep the plant upright.

Why are the leaves of my money plant curling?

Leaf curling of money plants is caused due to either dehydration or extremely hard water that causes salt build-up. Practice bottom watering to ensure that the entirety of the soil is soaked and also mist. If the cause is hard water, then use filtered water or let tap water stand overnight before watering.