|Soil Type||Indoor Potting Mix, Well Drained|
|Mature Height||5-6 Feet|
|Mature Width||2-3 Feet|
If you’re on the search for a low-maintenance tree with a vibrant look, the Money Tree is a wonderful choice! Though this grows a different type of green than money, the tree itself is fabled to bring good luck and fortune to those in its possession.
This tree’s trunk is braided, creating an interesting shape for this full-canopied plant. The glossy green leaves add some gorgeous color, and since the trunks are secured, you won’t have to do anything to keep their shape. It does it for you!
It’ll liven up any space in your home, and its compact size makes it perfect to add to your home office or indoor garden! Plus, it requires little sunlight and watering, making it a no-fuss addition.
The Money Tree is easy to transport or change container size. It accommodates small or big containers and can grow up to 6 feet in size! It’s a great patio plant that can be brought indoors during colder weather.
Whether you give it as a gift for prosperity or add it to your own home, the Money Tree is a low-effort, lovely plant you’ll be sure to love. Order yours today!
Is the Money Tree pet-safe?
Yes! It is non-toxic to animals and humans alike.
What are some benefits of the Money Tree?
It is an excellent plant for those with allergies and asthma, and it also is great for purifying the air indoors!
The Money Tree enjoys bright light during the winter. For spring and summer, it does well with indirect light and a bit of dappled shade. However, be sure to keep it away from drafty areas as the Money Tree prefers warm temperatures.
When you're repotting or planting your Money Tree, select a container that's twice the width of the shipped container and one that has drainage holes.
Water lightly, keeping the soil consistently moist but not soggy. Put your finger in the soil to check your tree's level of moisture. Until you have a full inch of dryness starting from the top of the soil, there is no need to water the plant.
During the spring and summer, use a water-soluble houseplant fertilizer that has been diluted to half-strength. Withhold fertilization during the fall and winter.