Money plant is one of the few plants which can be directly rooted in water. It is the most popular houseplant which can be grown both indoors as well as outdoors. Money Plant is also known with other names such as Golden Pothos, Ivy, etc. It’s very easy to propagate your money plant from cuttings. To propagate your money plant, get a healthy stem and cut a 4-5 inch below the root node. Make sure that you keep some of the leaves on the stem at the top. You can now place the stem cutting in any medium of choice to propagate it. You can grow your money plant in soil as well as in water.
How to grow money plant in water?
It will be preferred to grow the money plant in the transparent jar, as you can easily check on the development of roots. Fill the jar with fresh and clean water. These plants do perform well in tap water. You can add fertilizer in the jar before adding the plant into it. This will encourage the better growth of the plant. After doing all these procedures you can add the money plant into the jar and make sure that there won’t be any leaves at the bottom of the stem and see that the nodes are soaking in the water.
How to take care of Money Plant?
Taking care of your money plants is quite easy once it starts growing well in the water. You need to place the jar in the bright place and always keeps a sight at the water. If you see any algae growing in the water, immediately change the water. You can change the water once in a week when it becomes turbid and frequently add water to maintain the level.
Within few days you can see new roots growing from the nodes. Till the roots are developed do not place the plant in the sunlight.
Provide the plant with any liquid fertilizer once in a month.
Once followed all the steps accordingly, you will find the growth in your money plant within few days.
Interesting fact about money plant
One of the interesting facts about money plant is, it also has seeds. Although we have never spotted any seed in and around the plant. The plant produces seeds that grow inside the pods. The seeds eventually enlarge and burst thus falling on the ground.