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Non-native Plants:

Origin: Mo'orea Island (off the west coast of French Polynesia)

This climber is commonly known as Money Plant at it juvenile stage. It is widely sold in plant nurseries and cultivated due to its nice-looking waxy leaves as well as the ease of taking care of it. When allowed to reach its maximum growth potential by climbing up a tall support, such as a tall tree, its large matured leaves will look very different from that of the potted form. Some people still think that that Money Plant and Epipremnum aureum are 2 different type of plants. For more interesting information on its confused identity, you may read the posts by The Exotic Rainforest and In Defense of Plants.