Pachira Money Tree
Product name: Pachira Money Plants Tree
- Pot Size: 12 cm Pot
- Contents: Plant, Plastic Pot
Pachira aquatica or Guiana Chestnut is a tropical tree that thrives in wetlands and swamps. Known for its beautiful braided trunk and smooth large leaves, Pachira plants are a stunning indoor plant that also keeps the air in your house clean and purified.
Pachira Money tree is one of the popular gifting options as it's said to bring good luck and prosperity to its owner. This tall, slender, and majestic indoor plant will make your guests go “awe!”
▶️ Benefits of Pachira Plant
Pachira plants are one of the effective indoor plants for air purification. Absorbing harmful pollutants from the air, the Pachira plant is your best buddy for organic air purification.
✅ Decorative Touch
The Pachira money tree with its long, slender smooth trunk and waxy luscious leaves will provide your house with extra aesthetics. Perfect to sit on your tabletop displays, Pachira plants can add a decorative touch to any space.
✅ Attracts Wealth & Good Fortune
As the name suggests, the Pachira money tree is the symbol of good luck, fortune, and prosperity. This plant is often gifted as a housewarming present and brought widely during New Year's to bring good luck to its owner.
▶️ Quick Care Tips for Your Pachira Plant
☀️Light: The Pachira plant prefers bright, indirect sunlight. Harsh sunrays can scrotch its beautiful foliage. Give them a fairly sunny spot for healthier growth.
💧Watering: Watering your Pachira plant in the mornings is preferred. Make sure the soil is dry in between waterings. Using a well-draining pot is essential in order to prevent water-logging and root rot.
🪴Soil: Use well-draining and loamy soil for your Pachira plants to thrive.
🌡️Temperature: Pachira Money Tree prefers the indoor temperature of 12-24°C.
🌱Fertilization: Feed your Pachira plant once a month during its growth season from spring up until autumn.
✂️Pruning: Pruning is essential if you want to keep your money tree (Pachira aquatica) in good shape. You can prune it throughout the year to remove dead or browning leaves and branches.
However, it's best to do major pruning during spring and summer when the plant is actively growing. This way, you can maintain its size and shape and ensure that it remains healthy and vibrant.
🐜Pests: Aphids, scales, and mealybugs are the common pests in the Pachira Plant. To save your beautiful money tree from these pesky insects, make sure to provide your plant with a good drainage pot. Treat insects immediately with neem oil.
🐱Pet-Friendly: Pachira or Money tree plants are non-toxic to pets and humans. Your furry friends and Pachira can be best buddies!
▶️ Significance & Symbolism of Pachira Plant
The Pachira money tree is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to its owners. According to Chinese Feng Shui, Money tree leaves look like hands that capture fortune and luck.
This plant’s exotic trunk has a vast record that dates back centuries. The tree has many myths attached to it, adding to its rich history.