Money Tree/Braid



The Money Tree, or Pachira aquatica, is a popular indoor plant with a unique braided trunk and palmate leaves, believed to bring good luck and prosperity, making it a charming addition to homes.

Light Requirement: Thriving in bright, indirect light, place the Money Tree in a location with filtered sunlight. It can tolerate lower light conditions but benefits from exposure to moderate to bright light for optimal growth.

Watering Requirement: Allow the top inch of the soil to dry out between waterings, and water thoroughly. The Money Tree prefers slightly moist but well-draining soil. Be cautious not to overwater to prevent root rot.

Mature Height: With a tree-like growth habit, the Money Tree can reach varying heights, commonly growing up to 6 feet (180 cm) indoors. Regular pruning can help manage its size and shape, and it often responds well to being braided for decorative appeal.