Chinese money plants will do best in a bright, indirect spot in your home and can even adapt to lower light as well. Light shade may encourage darker leaves and the plant will spread out more. The stem and leaves will eventually start to grow in the direction of the sun. To prevent the plant from becoming slanted, you should rotate the containers.
Let the soil dry out in between waterings, with more watering required in warmer, sunnier weather and less in the winter. If the leaves start to look slightly droopy, that’s a sign that the plant needs water. Do not let the plant sit in water.
They are quite hardy but must be kept above 7℃, a period of cool temperatures may make them more likely to produce their tiny white flowers on pink stems.
The Chinese money plant prefers well-draining potting soil. A pot with some sort of drainage is necessary, a layer of gravel in the bottom of the pot or drainage holes.