Money Plant Marble Queen Pothos – Plant
Water weekly when top inch of soil begins to dry
Height: 6"Pot Size: 4"Branches: 2
Bright Indirect Sunlight
Very Low Maintenance
Indoors, Office Spaces, Table Top, Bright Bathroom, Living Room, Hanging baskets,Low Light Indoor Plants
SKU: CMP99 Categories: Hanging Plants, Indoor Plants, Low Light Indoor Plants Tags: final, newformat
According to the NASA Clean Air Study, Devil's Ivy is one of the best air purifying plants that helps improve the air quality by cleaning out toxins like formaldehyde and benzene fumes
Believed to bring along prosperity and wealth into your home.
The Devil's Ivy will look great from a hanging basket. They can also grow along a moss stick.
It can grow up to a height of 2 - 3 meters.
Your Money Plant N'Joy does well in medium to bright indirect sunlight, and can grow under fluorescent lights as well.
If exposed to bright, indirect sunlight, your Devil's Ivy will have more yellow variegation in its leaves. Low sunlight will cause it to lose its variegation. Keep away from direct sunlight as it may burn the leaves.
Your Money Plant N Joy is highly drought tolerant. Therefore, let the top two inches of soil dry out before watering. This will be approximately once a week in summer & twice a week in winter.
Your Pothos loves humidity. So consider misting it once a week, or more if the environment is very dry.
Your Monstera Peru Plant grows well in barky mixture soil. However, you can also use any soil with a pH of 5-7.5 to grow your plant.
Your Money Plant N'Joy does not require any fertilizers and can thrive in your home for months.
When fertilizing, feed your Devil''s Ivy with a 20-20-20 mix during the growing season. This will produce a vigorous growth. Avoid fertilizing during winter.
Your Money Plant N'Joy is mildly toxic and not suitable for spaces with pets and children.
Do not use a large pot for growing this plant
Blackened leaves or stems or leaf spots - Indicates overwatering - Ensure the soil is only moist and not soaked
Leaves on the bottom turning yellow - Could be due to overwatering or underwatering - As a pothos plant ages, the oldest leaves eventually yellow and die off. So it could just be the natural progression of your plant. Also your Money Plant N Joy may have a nutrient deficiency, so try adding a half strength liquid fertilizer in with your next watering
Leaves shriveled, yellow & brown edges - Indicates plant is underwatered - Cut the affected leaves at the base of their stems, as this will ensure new growth and increase the frequency of watering.
Money Plant N'Joy, otherwise known as Devil's Ivy is amongst the easiest indoor houseplant to grow. The heart shaped leaves are large, glossy and variegated with unique white patches. It's ability to tolerate neglect for long periods of time makes it the perfect and easiest choice for frequent travellers and inexperienced plant enthusiasts.