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Repotting Tips for Money Trees, Orchids and Anthuriums

As children grow, they need new shoes for those larger feet, and your plant babies are no different! Repotting your money trees, orchids and anthuriums allows more room for the roots to grow. New soil also gives your...

Why Money Trees Make Great Houseplants

Right around this time of year, people start thinking about the year ahead and any changes they want to make in their lives or resolutions they wish to follow. Sometimes resolutions get a little lofty and hard to keep,...

Money Tree Plants: What To Do When Part of the Braided Trunk Dies

Money trees plants are just that — trees. These miniature trees are extremely adaptable to most growing environments and are easy to care for. However, things can still go wrong. One of the main hurdles home growers...

How and When to Repot a Money Tree Plant

In its native habitat, a money tree plant can grow up to 60 feet tall. An indoor money tree sticks to a more manageable 6 to 8 feet, which means you’ll need to repot it a few times to keep it healthy. According to lore,...