Money Tree Houseplant for sale at Garden Goods Direct has a braided trunk Money Tree, Pachira aquatica Tropical Houseplant brings good luck Money Trees are loved by Bonsai enthusiasts for their braided-trunk Money Tree, Pachira aquatica has bright green leaves

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Money Tree Plant

Pachira aquatica

Native to Central and South American, Money Trees bring a tropical feel to any indoor space. This plant can reach heights of 6 feet when planted indoors. Its braided trunk is loved by bonsai enthusiasts due to its form and its ability to grow in a small container. This plant is low maintenance and hardy - perfect for plant newbies.

Growzone: 9-11

As Low As: $16.95

1. Choose Size & Quantity
Size Price Quantity
4 Inch Pot (Braided trunk) $16.95
6 Inch Pot (Braided trunk) $39.95
3 Feet Tall (Braided Trunk) $99.95
2. Choose Recommended Add-Ons
Product Price Quantity
Espoma Organic Potting Mix $16.95
Jack's Classic Houseplant Special Fertilizer $17.95

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Osmocote Plus Outdoor and Indoor Plant Food $16.95

Money Tree Plant for Sale Online

Known for good luck, Money Tree plants bring money and luck to the person who receives it as a gift. This small, tree-like plant features a braided trunk and large leaves, and it's guaranteed to add feng shui to any space. Its braided trunk brings an ornamental value to this plant. This plant handles low light, fluorescent to bright indirect, and likes to dry out some between watering.

Money Tree is loved by bonsai enthusiasts, as it already follows the form and can handle being root bound in a small container. The hand-shaped leaves have five sections and are said to symbolize the elements of creation: metal, fire, water, wood, and earth. Native to South America, this tropical tree is grown for its edible nuts.

Known for good luck, the Money Tree plant is designed to bring money and luck to the person who receives it as a gift. The Money Tree plant creates positive energy, or chi, and is commonly found in storefronts and businesses in Asia, where the plant originated. This ASPCA-certified pet-friendly plant is also known to clean air and can help purify the air in your home.

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        Growing Zone: 9-11
        Mature Height: 36 to 48 Inches
        Mature Width: 12 to 24 Inches
        Classification: House Plant
        Sunlight: Fluorescent light to some bright, indirect
        Habit: Upright, clear trunk
        Flower Color: Does not flower indoors
        Foliage: Green, smooth
        Soil Condition: Potting mix
        Water Requirements: Likes to dry out occasionally
        Uses: Fabulous housewarming gift or present for a new space or business
        This Plants Growzone: 9-11
        Money Tree Plant Hardiness Zone

        How to Care for Money Tree Plant

        Before you buy a Money Tree plant, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving.

        How do I fertilize Money Tree Plants?

        How do I fertilize Money Tree Plants?

        We recommend fertilizing your plant during the spring and summer growing months. Any all purpose, fertilizer will work for Money Tree Plants. Indoor houseplant fertilizers fall into two groups: water soluble, liquid quick release, and granular, slow release fertilizers. Jack's Classic Indoor plant food works well as a powder, quick release fertilizer that is mixed with water to quickly provide nutrients to a plant that has been in a container for an extended time.

        What is the best light for Money Tree Plants?

        What is the best light for Money Tree Plants?

        Money Tree Plants prefer low, fluorescent light to some bright, indirect light. Due to its tropical nature, it enjoys moderate to high humidity. Avoid placing your Money Tree in direct sunlight which results in leaf-scorching. While this plant grows well in low-light, cool drafty air and hot dry air will lead to leaf loss.

        How do I water Money Tree Plants?

        How do I water Money Tree Plants?

        Money Tree plants prefer to dry out occasionally between watering, and don't like to sit in water or dry out for too long. This plant is tolerant of infrequent watering. During the winter months, this plant requires less watering.

        What is the best soil for Money Tree Plants?

        What is the best soil for Money Tree Plants?

        Very tolerant of all soil types, Money Tree Plants can be planted in regular potting mix. Even a bonsai mix would work, as some enthusiasts keep this plant as a bonsai for its stout trunk and leafy foliage. Be sure to plant this tree in a pot with drainage holes to prevent root rot. To repel pests, we recommend adding neem oil to the soil.

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