MONEY TREE ‘GUIANA CHESTNUT’ PACHIRA BRAID
ABOUT MONEY TREE “GUIANA CHESTNUT” PACHIRA BRAID
The Pachira aquatica goes by many names: this plant is commonly called the Money Tree, Guiana Chestnut, or Pachira Braid, due to the multiple trunks that have been braided together. This plant is native to Central and South America and is hugely popular in East Asia, where Feng Shui practitioners believe it brings good luck.
This Money Tree is available in a variety of sizes to fit your needs:
The 4” pot has a combined height of 12”.
The 6” pot has a combined height of 22”.
The 10” pot has a combined height of 48”-56”.
This plant prefers moderate humidity, and bright sunlight. It does best in temperatures from 65 to 80 F.
Direct sunlight in summer can be too harsh for Money Trees, and relocating it too often can cause leaf drop.
Money Trees are excellent air purifiers and are effective at bringing luck and reducing stress, according to Feng Shui experts.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
Watering should be done infrequently and deeply, allowing the top two to four inches of soil to dry out between waterings. Water more infrequently during winter when growth slows, but misting the leaves should be done year round.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
Money Trees are not considered toxic to children or pets.
You Pay: $8.40 – $56.00