Epipremnum aureum also called as Money Plant is also called by many other names such as Silvervine, devil's vine, devil's ivy, ivy arum, Solomon Islands ivy etc., is a French native.
It does not give any flowers or fruits rather if grows on to several feet until it is cut down.
It is called devil's vine or devil's ivy because it is impossible to kill and has caused many damages in some places.
It is often grown in Asian countries in a belief that it gives good luck, prosperity, happiness and wealth.
It hardly needs care as it doesn't need much lighting or much water and it can lay its roots in every soil it can reach.
Just a shady light is enough for this vine and watering it in an interval of about 8-10 days will be more than enough.
It can be planted in water or in the soil. If planted in water, there will be no maintenance as it grows in water.
If it grows in soil, it needs water in an interval of about 8-10 days for growing at an enormous rate.
It literally can grow in any type of soil that it is planted and it can even grow in water for many months without any problem.
It needs shady lighting as it is sensitive to heavy lighting so, keeping it inside the house or growing it under a tree or a shade would support its growth.
It doesn't produce any flower or seed as its propagation is by stems. It cannot be grown in any other ways.
It can grow up to 8 feet in height but it can go more if space exists and it can spread up to 2 feet in diameter (if it is large enough).
It has invaded every land and trees in Kurulukele Forest Reserve in Sri Lanka and caused severe damage to the ecosystem.
It doesn't need any fertilizer but you can use liquid fertilizers with nitrate content in it for better growth.
It should be trimmed properly so that it doesn't invade your place and it needs a support for growing so a stick or pole will be a good support for the rising of this vine.
Avoid this plant if you got pets as it is toxic to pets, (cats and dogs) and if eaten can result in oral irritation, vomiting, and difficulty in swallowing.