Plant Care – Epipremnum Aureum Money Plant in Box Black
Light: Place your Epipremnum Aureum Money Plant in Box Black under bright and filtered sunlight, and do avoid direct sunlight as it will scorch its leaves and dry up. Place your plant near a window and make sure it receives filtered sunlight. The plant can also do well in lower light conditions.
Water: Our plants are set up with a self-monitoring system with a water indicator displaying the water level and only needs to be watered once every 15 – 60 days.
Fertiliser: Fertilise your plant with a water-soluble fertiliser once a month.
The Alta Series by The Green Corner was conscientiously curated with indoor environments in mind. Our plants are equipped and set up with a self-monitoring system with a water indicator displaying the water level and only need to be watered once every 15 – 60 days.
Fun Facts about the Epipremnum genus: Did you know? The Epipremnum is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. Commonly found in the tropical forest of South East Asia, these plants can grow up to 40m tall!
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Money plant (Epipremnum aureum) is a popular houseplant that you can purchase at The Green Corner.
Money plants are not only beautiful, but they also help purify the air in your home.
They are native to Southeast Asia, and their leaves resemble U.S. dollars, which is why they’re often called “money tree” by gardeners and plant lovers.
There are two types of money plant: variegated and solid-green. They both have green leaves with white or yellowish stripes on them, though some have red or orange stripes as well. The variegated variety has a more dramatic appearance due to its contrasting colors, while solid-green plants tend to be more subtle in their design.
Money trees prefer indirect sunlight and moderate humidity levels. You can find them growing outdoors in their native habitats as well as indoors in an office setting or home where they’ll thrive if given adequate light but not direct sun exposure on all sides throughout each day (some light).
They need weekly watering during spring through fall months and monthly watering during winter months when temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit at night time temperatures outdoors with no rainfall occurring within 24 hours prior
There are many plants that are referred to as the ‘Money Plant’. The most common Money Plants varieties and species are the Pachira Aquatica, the Epipremnum Aureum or even the Pilea Peperomioides.
The money plant (or Pachira aquatica) is an easy-to-care for houseplant that thrives in low light, making it a good choice for those who don’t have much time to keep up with their plants. It can also survive without frequent watering, so if you’re away from home often, this is a great option.
The money tree (or Epipremnum aureum) is another good option if you’re looking for a plant that requires little care. This one grows well indoors and out, but it does not like to be overwatered. The variegated variety of this plant has yellow leaves with white stripes on them, while the green version has green leaves with white stripes on them.
Money plants are popular houseplants that you can purchase at The Green Corner. These plants have become popular due to their ability to grow in water and beautiful green leaves resembling money. They are easy to take care of, but there are a few things you will need to consider before purchasing them.
Money Plants have been used for hundreds of years as indoor plant because they are easy to care for and can survive for long periods without much sunlight. In fact, some people believe that having money plants around your home will bring good luck and wealth! Money plants are also known as Indian money trees or Malabar chestnut trees. You can find them in many different colours including green, red or yellowish-green, with white spots on the underside of their leaves. They can also be found growing wild along streams or rivers in Southeast Asia, where they grow naturally from seeds dropped by birds who eat the fruit from these trees.
Money plants can go really tall!
The Money plant can grow up to ten feet tall and produce aerial roots that hang down. The leaves are long and broad. Money plants need adequate water, but they do require good drainage and plenty of sunlight. They are low-maintenance plants that can be grown indoors or outdoors.
Caring for your money plant is easy as 123!
These plants prefer a semi-shady location with high humidity levels. If your home isn’t naturally humid enough for this plant to thrive, consider adding extra misting to your home’s environment.
They do well in a potting mix that includes peat moss or sphagnum moss as part of its composition. This helps retain moisture and prevents overwatering issues from occurring too quickly. Allow the top surface of the soil to dry up between watering the plant. We recommend watering it once a week or whenever necessary. Overwatering your Epipremnum can cause water beds, resulting in root problems.
Fertilise your money plant with a slow-release fertiliser. We always recommend following the manufacturer’s instructions whenever you fertilise.
The best place to purchase a money plant is at a nursery where they’ve been grown in pots under controlled conditions so you can be assured of quality. This is where The Green Corner comes in! With just a few clicks on TheGreenCorner.com.sg, you can get your very own money plant delivered straight to your doorstep!
FAQs about Money Plant:
1. How often should I water my Epipremnum Aureum Money Plant?
The rule of thumb for watering is to always touch the top two inches of the soil. If the top 2 inches of the soil are dry to the touch, it is time to water your plants. Ensure that the soil is thoroughly watered and make sure that some water flows through the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Pour away any access water in the saucer and do not allow your plant to sit in water as this may result in root rot.
2. When is the right time to repot my Epipremnum Aureum Money Plant?
If you bought your plant recently, allow it to adapt to its current environment for 1 week or 2 before repotting. Repotting is unnecessary unless there are signs that the plant requires a repot. For example, the roots are growing out of the pot. This indicated that the plant has been in this pot for a period of time, and its roots have grown well. If you would like for the plant to grow taller and bigger, repot it to a bigger pot with a bigger opening of about 2cm to 5cm.
3. What soil mix should I use for my Epipremnum Aureum Money Plant?
Use a gritty soil mix that retains moisture while still having good drainage. If you are making your own potting mix for your plant, we recommend using 2 parts of soil or peat moss 1 part of pumice and 1 part of perlite. This soil mix ratio allows the soil to have good drainage while still being able to retain some moisture for your plant.