Money Plant Golden has large, glossy, light yellow heart-shaped leaves which can brighten any indoor space. The leathery, shiny-surface, leaves are arranged alternately on 5-8 cm (2-3 inch) long leaf-stalks.
They can be trained up a totem pole, string, moss stick, or be made to spill over the edge of a table or shelf. They grow well in a hanging basket to display their attractive foliage. They also can be encouraged to use their aerial roots to support themselves in a water vase.
This is the ideal plant for offices, shopping centers, hotels and other public areas as they are easy to maintain in low light and are efficient at removing indoor pollutants.
Medium: Soil Pot Description: Round Plastic Pot Basic
Care: Water: Twice a week Light: Indirect or curtain-filtered sunlight. Bright filtered light throughout the year is best for these plants.
Feed: Liquid fertilizer once in 2 weeks
Native Region: North Australia, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, India Common Name(s): Devil’s Ivy, Pothos, Hunter’s Robe, Ivy Arum, Money Plant, Silver Vine, Solomon Islands Ivy, Taro Vine Botanical Name: Scandalous Aureus ‘Gold’, Omnipresent Aureus, Pothos Aureus Family: Aracae