Money Plant in a tall ceramic pot with a gift bag!
Plants are available for delivery only in Bangalore, India.
Pot size : 5.5" tall; 4.5" wide
Money Plant : Scindapsis or Money plant is an easy to grow, hardy indoor plant. It has attractive green or neon green or marble white and green leaf variations. It is a very good air purifier and cleanses the surrounding off toxins. Available in creeper version as well as a miniature versions that can be placed on workstations. If put on the ground, they make excellent ground covers too.
Light : Well-lit places where it receives filtered sunlight is a good spot for Money plants. In case the sunlight is less, the stems elongate and the spread may be more, and will also start looking lanky.
Soil : A good mix of regular loamy sandy soil. It should be well drained.
Watering : Likes the soil to dry up a bit between watering. Always test the soil for moisture before watering. Once in 2 days is ideal for all round the year except summers (daily).
Humidity : Average humidity is good. It likes watering on its leaves.
Feeding : A general NPK feed every month is needed to be luscious and green
Re-potting : Repot when over time it fills the pot and the plant kind of overflows ... preferably during spring.
Propagation : Very easy to propagate via stem cuttings, either place them in water or in sandy soil. Both have a good success rate.
Speed of Growth : Quick grower. Small plants can fill the pots in a matter of a year.
Height /Spread : Creeping species need to be trained well. Cut away run-away elongated stems, and maintain the spread the way you need. Untrained, money plants can grow upto 3' height and spread in a year.
Greener tips : This guy needs to be shaped to look good. Cut run-away shoots and train per your requirement. Informal pinching always helps.
The product photograph is indicative in nature. We try and adhere to the picture as much as possible, however the actual product may vary in shape or design as per the availability.
A flat rate of Rs. 150 is applicable for delivery of plants (in Bangalore only).