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Money plant is also called as Scindapsus aureus grown in homes in India. Epipremnum aureum is another name that is synonymous. Besides "money plant," other commonly used names for this plant are "pothos," "silver vine," "devil's ivy," "and "Solomon Islands ivy."
The plant belongs to the Araceae family, which contains more than 100 genera. The plant is called a money plant because its leaves (round, flat, heart-shaped, dark green, and plump) resemble coins. It is a perennial and may be grown as either a trailer or a climber. Young plants bear three- to four-inch-long heart-shaped leaves. This plant is grown mainly indoors. Hence its a popular Indoor plant in households and offices.
Money Plant in Feng Shui and Vastu
Feng Shui principles regard money plant as one of the best plants to purify air polluted with synthetic chemicals from furniture and cleaning solutions. It energizes the home by filtering air and increasing oxygen inflow. Feng Shui experts recommend keeping one plant near each computer, television, or WiFi router. Placing a money plant in front of a sharp corner or angle reduces anxiety and stress. It also helps avoid arguments and sleep disorders.
After all, sentiments and moods play a great role in energizing people and encouraging them to work relentlessly to achieve goals.
Vastu experts say plants activate positive energy in our day-to-day lives. They recommend planting money plants inside the house as they bring good luck. They do not recommend growing them outside in the garden.
Vastu experts recommend planting money plants inside the house as they bring good luck. They, however, do not recommend growing them outside in the garden. Dried leaves should be plucked off from the wine to draw the luck related benefits since dry leaves make the plant less attractive. It has been gathered from the experience of growing money plant as indoor plant that soil less plants should be grown inside the house as growth of it gets retarded in the open. Vigorous growth of plant, however, takes place when planted in the tilled soil with proper watering and nutrient application.