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Brussel's Bonsai

Model # DT-1024MT

Internet # 100651252

Braided Money Tree (Indoor)

$29.99 /each

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Sending wishes for a Happy Birthday or similarly festive occasion. This Braided Money Tree is a traditional symbol of good fortune and communicates your feelings in a time-honored way. Easy to grow in bright light, this bonsai is a good choice for novice growers.

  • Includes 8 in. humidity tray, deco rock and proper care brochure
  • 4 years old
  • Meticulously braided by Chinese
  • Thought to bring prosperity to all

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Container Size (in.) 
6 in 

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Age (years) 
Blossom Color 
No Blossoms 
Botanical Name 
Pachira aquatica 
Common Name 
Bonsai 
Hardiness Zone 
Light Requirements 
Medium 
Returnable 
90-Day 

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Fertilize with what?

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November 28, 2015
What do I fertilize my Braided MoneyTree with? How much? How often?

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Fertilize and water twice a month
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A quarterly dose of timed-release fertilizer is the easiest way to feed your money tree, but a twice-monthly dose of half strength water-soluble fertilizer throughout the spring and summer will also provide the nutrients your money tree needs.
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A quarterly dose of timed-release fertilizer is the easiest way to feed your money tree, but a twice-monthly dose of half strength water-soluble fertilizer throughout the spring and summer will also provide the nutrients your money tree needs.
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Is this plant safe for pets such as chameleons?

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No
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No, this plant is toxic to chameleons if ingested.
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how do i take care of my money tree plant? And does it stay indoor

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Yes, this is an indoor tree. It comes with a proper care brochure for water and light.
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My Braided Money tree has brown spots on the leaves and all the leaves drop of soon after. What is the problem? They start out green when they start growing but only about a week later they seem to die and fall of. They do get discolored and look very weak. How does one care for this type of plant?
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Howdy CoolDog,
The Pachira tree (Money Tree) is sensitive to over watering and can develop brown spots on the base of its leaves if it is kept too wet.
On the other hand, they does not respond well to drought: Brown spots can occur on the tips of leaves if its conditions are too dry.
Another common culprit is "spider mites"(Tetranychus urticae) and a miticide such as Neem Oil would be needed to rid Read More
Howdy CoolDog,
The Pachira tree (Money Tree) is sensitive to over watering and can develop brown spots on the base of its leaves if it is kept too wet.
On the other hand, they does not respond well to drought: Brown spots can occur on the tips of leaves if its conditions are too dry.
Another common culprit is "spider mites"(Tetranychus urticae) and a miticide such as Neem Oil would be needed to rid your plant of these.
Lastly, a fungus could be attacking your plant in which case a fungicide would be needed such as Daconil.
Happy Gardening,
Coach Dave
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really Nice Plant This was a very nice plant I kept it awhile before giving it as a gift. Its pricey but I loved it. March 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by never buy it again.... I bought this 12/22/2015 and got it 12/29/2015. Now it's dead! It's totally not worthy. February 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Like my plant Great I like my plant came fast and packed so carefully it looks good on my shelf February 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not ship The tree came three days late and was dead when it arrived. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Plant, Good Quality Received in very good condition. I highly recommend this product. January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice plant and pot The plant is very nice, very beautiful for indoor. It was well braided. The only thing that I didn't like is that the packaging is a little small for that plant and two of the leaves were broken, but the plant was fresh and in good condition. Received it sooner than expected, for me was just on time, because I ordered one for present. December 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's still alive... And flourishing This was an impulse buy just prior to checkout. It was priced around $15 and I thought what the heck I'll try to spruce up my drab apartment and if I kill it, it was only $15 (I'm notorious for the untimely death of my plants). That was around April, it's January now and my plant is not only still alive, but flourishing. This is the only plant I've ever kept alive for this long and it frequently goes without water for loooooong periods of time, like weeks. During the summer, I noticed it wasn't happy, so I moved it to the balcony and the leaves quite possibly tripled. Coincidentally, I also got a huge promotion around this time (maybe legend is true...). Overall, a great plant. The only downside with it right now is that it's at a weird weight/width ratio with tons of leaves, so it makes placement in the home a little awkward. January 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great plant so far my plant is still alive and growing, looks beautiful. May 12, 2015
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