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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.

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

You probably know money trees are legendary for bringing luck and prosperity, but did you know the braided money tree trunk is said to lock in good fortune? The braided trunk on money trees is actually composed of...

6 Occasions to Gift A Money Tree Plant

Practitioners of feng shui often turn to money trees as a means of creating positive energy and balance in their homes and office spaces, making them a practical gift for many occasions.

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...

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...

Need A Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift? Try A Money Tree Plant

How can you show your appreciation for the father in your life who means everything yet insists he wants nothing? Whether it’s your husband, dad, grandpa or someone who’s like a father to you, men can be tough to shop...