The Chinese Money Plant does not require much in the way of watering, which is why a biweekly schedule is ideal. This way, its soil is able to absorb most of the water that it receives, while leaving some moistness for the next watering session. If your plant’s soil is fully dry by the time of its next watering session, provide it with a bit more this time around.
To check the water levels of your plant’s soil, place a water meter a few inches into the soil, where it will give you an accurate indication. If you do not own a water meter, stick one finger knuckle-deep into the soil. At this depth, you will be able to accurately account for the soil’s level of moistness.