This pack contains 4 different varieties of Money plant + 4 pots. An ideal pack that can be gifted in the hopes of bringing prosperity to our near and dear ones.
Description of Money Plant
- Money plant can be planted anywhere in the home. Also, you can also plant it in water. You do not have to take care of it too much. You can keep it inside or outside of the home.
The money plant is generally known as devil's vine as itis nearly impossible to kill this plant.
Money plant is one of the best air purifier plants in NASAs air purifier plant list.
This pack contains the following items
|Money plant variegated, Scindapsus Goldking - Plant||299||1||Details|
|Money plant marble prince, Scindapsus n joy - Plant||299||1||Details|
|Money Plant, Scindapsus (Green) - Plant||299||1||Details|
|Money plant golden, Scindapsus Golden - Plant||299||1||Details|
|5 inch Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)||172||4||Details|
Benefits of this pack
- Feng Shui principles regard money plant as one of the best plants to purify polluted air. It energizes the home by filtering air and increasing oxygen inflow.
- 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.
- Plants in this pack are easy to care Plants in this pack have air purifying ability
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5 / 5 Narendra Kumar Sharma 28 August 2017
How often I need to water it?
5 / 5 Vijayalakshmi Kesharwalaa 18 August 2017
Plants are a great way to bring a little natural beauty indoors.
4 / 5 Joshi Prisy 13 August 2017
This plant can be grown anywhere in the house in?indirect sunlight.
5 / 5 srinnanti Ganguly 24 July 2017
Bit price is high but it s amazing plant, sun is not required only lighting is enough at any conditions even room light is enough for this plant.
4 / 5 Madhukar Govindaraj 20 June 2017
How often should i water it and does it come with soil or should i get my own soil?