9 Types of Money Plants You can Grow Easily at Home

9 Types of Money Plants You can Grow Easily at Home

Money plant is one of the most popular houseplants because it looks amazing and is extremely easy to care for. If you're new to gardening and plants, then Money plant is a great starter plant to introduce you to the world of indoor greenery.

Types of Money Plants

1. Split Leaf Money Plant

Split Leaf Money Plant is a popular money plant that can be grown easily at home. It has large, glossy green leaves with unique holes or fenestrations. The leaves can grow up to 3 feet in length and are often used in tropical-style decorating. It is an easy-care plant that requires minimal attention and can tolerate low-light conditions.

 2. Marble Queen Money plant

Marble Queen Money plant is one of the most common and low-maintenance houseplants. It has vining foliage with beautiful white and cream-colored variegation. Like most other Money plants available, the marble queen Money plant grows well indoors and can adapt to a wide range of growing conditions. Therefore it is versatile and perfect for beginners. However, it is slightly toxic to pets and humans.

Marble Queen Money plant

3. Golden Money plant

The Golden Money plant is one of the beautiful indoor plants. You can show off these stunning climbing plants in a hanging basket or let them gracefully hang off of shelves. This plant is incredibly easy to care for. Not only is it easy to maintain, but it also serves as a natural air purifier, making it perfect for bedrooms. The plant has beautiful variegated leaves that add a splash of diversity to the all-green atmosphere, and the way it cascades down looks great when placed in high areas.

4. Neon Money plant

This type of Money plant is especially eye-catching. These houseplants are easy to care for and sure to bring life to any area of your home. This beautiful type of Money plant has bright neon-green heart-shaped leaves and a trailing foliage pattern. Ingesting any part of the Neon Money plant can be toxic to cats, dogs, and humans.

5. Marble Prince Money Plant

The Marble Prince Money Plant is a popular houseplant that is easy to grow and care for. It has attractive leaves with a marbled pattern of green and white. 

The Marble Prince Money Plant grows best in bright, indirect light and prefers moist soil. It is a fast-growing plant that can reach up to 12 inches in height.

6. Silver Money Plant

Silver Money Plant, also known as the silver vine or silver pothos, is a type of money plant that can be easily grown at home. It is a trailing vine with glossy, heart-shaped leaves that are variegated with shades of green and silver. The leaves are typically 2 to 4 inches in size and have a unique texture that makes them stand out from other houseplants.

7. Swiss Cheese Money Plant

It is an evergreen, climbing vine with large, glossy leaves and aerial roots. The leaves are deeply lobed and have a unique pattern of holes in them, giving it the nickname "Swiss cheese plant." It prefers bright indirect light and moist soil.

8. Bigleaf money plant

These plants have big leaves and sturdy trunks. If you're a beginner, a large-leafed money plant is the best choice. Planting these varieties can give your garden aesthetic appeal while also covering up any mess you don't want to deal with; they're easy to tend and demand minimal effort. The Bigleaf money plant can grow up to 8-10 feet high and requires well-drained soil.

9. Green queen Money plant

This money plant has beautiful emerald green heart-shaped leaves. The leaves of this money plant are narrow and small. They are also easy to care for, like other money plants. 

Green queen Money

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Happy Gardening!

Dr. Vandana K.