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Epipremnum aureum is a popular evergreen climber that features leathery, heart-shaped green leaves speckled with yellow and cream hues with freely cascading stems emerging from aerial roots with great air purification abilities. Commonly referred to as Money plant, Golden Pothos, or Devil’s Ivy, Epipremnum aureum boasts of its stylish and elegant appearance as it gently trails down from the hanging basket or it can be trained to climb. ‘Epipremnum’ means on trees which is ideally the plant’s growth habit while ‘aureum’ refers to its golden-yellow foliage. Golden pothos is a perfect selection for an office as it thrives under fluorescent light. They are easy to care for vines and great air purifiers that create an exotic tropical paradise indoors. They can be easily trained to climb a moss stick or trellis. Symbolic for prosperity and good luck, the name money plant was used as its leaves take a round, flat, heart-shaped form that resembles coins. Its strength and beauty lie in its leaves and growth habit that portrays positive energy and elegance. It’s a perfect gift that is believed to translate to wealth.
Origin: Native to Society Island, Solomon Islands
Also known as: Golden Pothos, Devil’s ivy, money plant, ivy arum, silver vine, Solomon Islands ivy, marble queen, taro vine, hunter’s robe
Please note: this plant comes in a plastic nursery hanging pot.
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How much sun: A combination or either full shade, Partial shade to partial indirect sun for 2-6 hours
Where to place: Place Money plant in a well-lit spot that receives bright filtered light. Can tolerate low light levels.
Temperature & Humidity: SGolden pothos loves a tropical vibe thus temperatures of between 65° F and 80° F would be ideal. Average room to high humidity environment would suffice.
Watering: Water when the soil feels dry 2 inches deep below the top soil. Keep the soil moist but avoid overwatering as it will cause yellowing and eventual leaf drop. Use distilled water as tap water will lead to minerals accumulation in the potting media.
Plant Nutrition: Apply half strength balanced water-soluble fertilizer fortnightly during the growing season.
Toxicity: All plant parts are poisonous to humans and are problematic to pets.