N’Joy Money Plant
N’Joy Money Plant has large, glossy, variegated heart-shaped leaves which can brighten any indoor space. 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. The leathery, shiny-surface, leaves are arranged alternately on 5-8 cm (2-3 inch) long leaf-stalks.
They also can be encouraged to use their aerial roots to support themselves in a water vase.
Did You Know? In Taiwan a popular folk story is told of a poor man who prayed for relief from his penury. One day he found a money plant behind his home, which he believed was an answer to his prayers.
His care and nurturing of this plant yielded seeds, nuts and more plants which he sold and hence brought an end to his troubles.
It has since been given as a gift in the hopes of bringing prosperity to the recipient.
what is the Growth Medium?
Soil or Cocopeat is the best medium of growth. (For buying the cocopeat and want to know the usages of cocopeat. then click on cocopeat
what are the Care Instructions for N’Joy Money Plant?
Water require : Twice a week
Light require : Indirect or curtain-filtered sunlight. Bright filtered light throughout the year is best for these plants.
Feed require : Liquid fertilizer once in 2 weeks Native
can we gift this plants?
yes. this is the best plant to gift bring prosperity to the recipient.
what is the Region?
North Australia, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, India
what is the Common Name(s)?
Devil’s Ivy, Pothos, Hunter’s Robe, Ivy Arum, Money Plant, Silver Vine, Solomon Islands Ivy, Taro Vine.
what is the Botanical Name?
Scindapsus Aureum ‘Gold’, Epipremnum Aureum, Pothos Aureus
Family name: Aracae.