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5 Fascinating Facts About The Money Tree Plant

Money may not grow on trees, but you can grow your very own money tree, and while your tree may not make you rich, it can be a great conversation starter — in addition to bringing more natural beauty into your home, of...

How to Fertilize Your Houseplants

Happy Indoor Plant Week! First established in 2007, Indoor Plant Week centers on promoting and increasing public awareness of the importance of live plants in interior spaces and in our lives. In a recent survey, garden...

Why Is My Money Tree Plant Losing Leaves?

  The money tree plant is believed to bring good luck and harmony to your office or home. It's the perfect size for even small spaces, helps purify the air and is incredibly easy to care for.  Even so, you might notice...

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,...

Indoor Plant Week: Get to Know Anthuriums, Orchids and Money Tree Plants

Happy National Indoor Plant Week! Typically celebrated in the third week of September, National Indoor Plant Week aims to promote and increase public awareness of the importance of plants in indoor spaces. There are ...

6 Occasions to Gift A Money Tree Plant

2020 has been a rough year, period. So when you have an occasion to give a gift, why not give one that is thought to bring luck to its owner? Money tree plants are low-maintenance, making them perfect for experienced...

Why Money Tree Plants Are Great in Your Apartment

  If you’re looking for a simple, easy way to decorate your apartment, look no further than money tree plants. The money tree plant, or Pachira aquatica, is characterized by its braided trunk. As the story goes, it got...