This plant is widely used in the Interiorscape industry. It is frequently used in propots, panelpots, toppers in offices and decorative displays, and as a ground cover plant in public locations, shopping centres, atriums. A native plant of Polynesia (French), it is a popular in homes in cold regions, and naturalized in tropical and sub-tropical forest around the world. Commonly seen in Australia, SE Asia, India, Hawaii and the West Indies, it is very hardy and difficult to kill and requires little care. It is mistakenly referred to as Philodendron.
There are several common names for this plant: money plant, silver vine, devil’s ivy or devil’s vine and Solomon Island ivy. Very popular are the jade, and the variegated golden and marble queen varieties.
It is efficient at removing indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, zylene and benzene.