Money plants are evergreen perennials.
Light : Direct sunlight can scorch the leaves, while too little light causes the leaves to yellow and wilt. If placing the plant in a window, rotate it regularly to get even light exposure. This plant does best in indirect sunlight or partial shade conditions year-round.
Water : Please pour 100-150 ml water in 2-3 days in the pots with a height range of 4 to 6 inches. Watering depends on the light condition and also on the indoor temperatures. Water only when the topsoil feels dry, you can touch the soil by your finger and check. For those who are looking for watering perfectly, dry topsoil signifies the money plant is ready to get watered. Let plants dry out only in the top two inches of soil before irrigating. If the plant dries out to the roots, growth will retard and the overall health of the plant will suffer. Don’t overwater money plant. The overwatering can cause root rot.
Humidity : Mist the plant every week once. This plant prefers normal household humidity during the summer months. It should be given additional misting every two-three days if the air humidity is exceptionally dry. Or the plant is in an air-conditioned space.
Fertilizer : Pothos aren’t heavy feeders, feed the plants with organic manure once in 6 months when using Rolling Nature potting mix. For normal soil feed bi-monthly, with any balanced houseplant organic manure.
Pruning : No pruning is required, but it can be done to shape or control the size of your plant. Cut back to a leaf that is about 2 inches from the base of the plant, to keep new growth coming in. Remove yellow leaves that are ageing.
Re-Potting : If the money plant has robust growth, and it seems to outgrow the pot, it is time to re-pot. After a year you can re-pot in a container 1 or 2 sizes larger, with fresh soil and manure. It helps to trim the plant back at this time also.
If the plant is damaged, it will be replaced free of cost.