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Money Tree

in august Planter

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The Money Tree is paired with our August Planter, a ceramic pot measuring 4.5" tall and 5" wide. Your plant height may vary slightly. It comes potted in our potting mix to increase plant health, longevity, and growth. The August features drainage holes and saucer. It is named after Augusto Weberbauer (1871–1948), a German botanist that began his career studying Peruvian seagrass. This houseplant is pet-friendly!

Planter Size

Small: 4.5" H x 5" WSize Guide

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We guarantee our plants up to a year from purchase date.

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Plant Care

  • BRIGHTNESS Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Medium to Bright
    • Bright, indirect light to dappled sun. Prefers dappled sun.
  • SUN EXPOSURE Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Indirect to Direct
    • Bright, indirect light to dappled sun.
  • WATER Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • About every 1-2 weeks
    • Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings.
  • HUMIDITY Icon Dropdown Arrow
    • Normal to Humid
    • Normal to higher humidity. Increase humidity if leaf edges crisp.
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Plant Origins

Neotropics (Tropical Americas)

Plant Bio

Pachira is a genus of evergreen tropical trees native to the neotropics. They belong to the family Malvaceae, the cotton and hibiscus family. This plant seems to come to the houseplant world in a fog of mystery. Known by many names — money tree, water chestnut, guinea nut, and so many more — this plant seems to have found its way into every plant shop around. As is typical in horticulture, poor records are kept, so no one really knows when this plant came into commercialization. Like any plant that’s bred for commercial or ornamental purposes, one of the key features of a wanted plant is a plant that is prolific, easy to grow, and tolerant of varying conditions. These plants are actually quite weedy in the tropics, often being grown as erosion-control trees.

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