Rapunzel and Penny both like their leaves misted to boost the humidity. Susie is tough and doesn’t need it.
All three of them are happy to dry out completely before they’re watered again.
Penny likes somewhere bright, but not in direct sun. Rapunzel and Susie are fine anywhere.
Propagation is very simple. There are a few different methods, so learn how to get started by following our guide.
Rapunzel (Golden pothos, 30-40cm)
Susie (Snake plant, 35-45cm)
Penny (Chinese money plant, 20-30cm)
Nursery pot size
Rapunzel - 15cm
Susie - 12cm
Penny - 13cm
Clay grey 16cm (internal diameter)
Dipped stone 13cm (internal diameter)
Clay black 13cm (internal diameter)
About this set
Propagation is a way of turning a healthy adult plant into several new plants. Whether by cuttings, division or offsets, it’s an easy way to create new plants to pass on to friends. Learn all about how to do it here, then get cracking.
This set without pots includes:
Rapunzel - Popularly known as the golden pothos, she has mottled leaves and thick, bushy growth. She doesn’t mind deep shade at all, but will grow even more quickly in brighter light.
Susie - Her long, slender leaves earned her the common name snake plant. She has a sculptural shape that works in any interior. And she really will live anywhere. She hardly ever needs watering and she’ll work with whatever light you have, from shade to sunshine.
Penny- Everybody loves Penny the Chinese money plant and her cute round leaves. She stays compact, so would be great for a bedside table or bookshelf. She likes a bright spot, but out of direct sun.
Secateurs - You’ll need these smart little cutters to snip your plants. The blades are good and sharp, so you can get a really clean cut. An essential bit of kit for every grower.
The set with pots also includes:
Clay pot - Clean lines and hard-wearing materials make this an indoor plant pot built to last.
Dipped pot - Warm colours and contrasting textures make these hand-finished pots real eye-catchers.