A 7" potted Money Tree Plant in our cream/white planter or cement planter.
Money Tree, also commonly referred to as Guiana chestnut, is a species of tree native to Central and South America that has become an attractive, easy-care houseplant thanks to its hardy nature.
How to care for your new Money Tree plant:
SUNLIGHT: Place your Money Tree in bright indirect light, turning it every time you water it for even growth and leaf development. They require at least 6 hours of indirect sunlight per day.
WATER: Money Trees should be watered often and regularly, each time the top inch of soil is dry. Typically watering money trees should become more frequent in the spring and summer months and less frequent in the fall and winter.
HUMIDITY/TEMPERATURE: Money Trees appreciate mild temperatures and high humidity. They like to be misted regularly all year round and prefer extra humidity during cooler months.
TIPS: Try not to move your Money Tree very often as they prefer to stay in the same spot. However, if you do need to relocate your plant, be aware that you may see some leaves drop before it adjusts to its new placement.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. The pictures shown are examples of the style.