Copper Coin Plant/Hydrocotyle vulgaris/Lucky Plant/Money Plant/Marsh Pennywort – House Plants/Aquatic Plants/Hydroponic Plants - G & J Florist
Copper Coin Plant/Hydrocotyle vulgaris/Lucky Plant/Money Plant/Marsh Pennywort – House Plants/Aquatic Plants/Hydroponic Plants - G & J Florist
Copper Coin Plant/Hydrocotyle vulgaris/Lucky Plant/Money Plant/Marsh Pennywort – House Plants/Aquatic Plants/Hydroponic Plants - G & J Florist
Copper Coin Plant/Hydrocotyle vulgaris/Lucky Plant/Money Plant/Marsh Pennywort – House Plants/Aquatic Plants/Hydroponic Plants - G & J Florist
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Copper Coin Plant/Hydrocotyle vulgaris/Lucky Plant/Money Plant/Marsh Pennywort – House Plants/Aquatic Plants/Hydroponic Plants

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Hydrocotyle vulgaris, also known as marsh pennywort, common pennywort, water naval, money plant, lucky plant or copper coin, is a small creeping perennial aquatic herb native to N. Africa, Europe, the Caucasus and parts of the Levant.

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A low maintenance plant, it prefers to grow in humus, reliably moist soils under a full sun or part shade, indoors or outdoors, though it can tolerate full shade as well. It may also be grown as an aquatic plant in mud at the side of a pond or water garden in up to 2 inches of stagnant water. Despite its habitat in water, over watering may still cause root rot.