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Model #262768

Green 5 in. Money Tree Plant in Ceramic Pot

  • Features braided trunk that combines 5 plants into 1
  • Requires watering with 2 ice cubes once a week
  • Pre-potted money tree suitable for indoor growing
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Product Overview

Bring a little luck into your life with this Money Tree Plant. It comes inside a white ceramic pot. The pot measures 5.5 in. H x 5 in. top diameter x 3.5 in. bottom diameter, and the plant stands 14 in. - 18 in. tall. Long-lasting and easily maintained, Just Add Ice Money Tree Plants are a great green foliage decor element that looks great in any space.
  • Money trees are popular with holistic health and Feng Shui practitioners, who believe the plants create positive energy
  • Water with 2 ice cubes, once a week
  • Dimensions: 5 in. x 10 in. x 15 in.
  • Ornate braided trunk combines 5-plants into 1
  • Known for easy care and strength
  • Money trees are great congratulatory and good luck gifts
  • Chinese legend has it that the money tree can bring money and good fortune to people

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
15 in
Mature Width (in.)
10

Details

Additional Characteristics
Air Purifying,Cat Safe,Dog Safe,Prepotted
Average Shipping Height (in.)
16
Best Time to Plant
Spring to Summer
Blossom Color
Green
Botanical Name
Money Tree
Common Name
Money Tree
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Light Requirements
Low Light
Mature Size
Large
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Returnable
180-Day
Water Requirements
Low Light
Water Requirements
Once a week

Questions & Answers

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How do you stop your cats from eating the money plants? Is there a way to stop them from biting the leafs to death?

Asked by Jbe October 11, 2020
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I think that pet stores still carry a spray that is distasteful to cats to keep them from biting/eating things. Sometimes I put hot sauce on my fingertip and rub a smidgen of it on the edges of my plant’s leaves where my cat bites it.

Should you remove the twist tie after delivery?

Asked by shop September 23, 2020
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I would NOT remove it personally. Mine is about 5-6 months old, and still intact. It looks fine, and is unnoticeable.

Does the ceramic pot have a drainage hole in it?

Asked by Kim May 18, 2020
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No. It is a solid pot.

Is this a real tree for sale or is it just the seeds ??

Asked by Rico May 4, 2020
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It’s a real tree!

Is this pet friendly

Asked by Denise April 20, 2020
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Two sources stated that it's pet friendly if occasionally eaten. The ASPCA has a long list of toxic and NON-toxic plants. Exact name: www.ASPCA.org

Braiding the money tree

Asked by Jed January 4, 2020
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If you just ;leave the twist ties intact, it will continue to grow as a braided trunk. It's not possible to re-braid if you unhooked everything already.

Is this plant safe for cats?

Asked by Carla11 May 30, 2019
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Most plants are not safe for cats, or any other pets for that matter. My cats never ever touch my plants.

My money tree is losing it’s leaves, what should I do

Asked by Mstut January 10, 2019
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Remove the dead/dying leaves very carefully. Make sure you give your plant THREE ice cubes each week, preferably on the same day. Mine is close to 6 months old, and I've only lost about 3 small leaves.

Does it have to be repotted?

Asked by Genza November 2, 2018
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Capable of growing 60 feet tall in its tropical swamp habitats and 30 feet tall planted outdoors in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 10 through 12, the money tree (Pachira aquatica) also grows indoors. As a container plant, it seldom exceeds 8 feet. To perform its best as a houseplant, money tree needs occasional repotting. When roots begin protruding from the base of its pot, its growth slows or it needs more frequent watering, a money tree is ready for a larger container. Repot the money tree in spring or summer, when it's actively growing. Water it well, let it drain for an hour while you prepare its new container, and cover the work area with newspapers. Choose a pot 1 or 2 inches larger in diameter than the current one, with at least one drainage hole in its base. To prevent potting soil from washing out of the pot when you water, cover the drainage hole with a coffee filter or fine-mesh screen. Potting Mix Repot the tree with fresh potting mix formulated for moisture-loving plants. A soilless mix containing peat, pine bark and vermiculite or perlite works well. Homemade potting mix is less expensive than commercial brands. To make your own, mix equal parts peat moss, perlite and coarse (or builder's) sand. Lifting the Tree It the money tree is small, place the thumb and forefinger of one hand around the base of its trunk and with your open palm resting on top of the soil. Lift and invert the pot with the other hand so the tree slides out. Don't pull on the delicate trunk if the tree resists. Instead, bang the base of the pot lightly against the work surface to loosen the rootball until it slides out easily. Get help, if necessary, to lift a large money tree onto the work surface, and place the pot on its side before sliding it free. Examine the rootball for tangled, encircling roots or mushy, dark roots. Tease the tangled ones apart with your fingers; cut encircling or mushy ones ones with a clean, sharp knife. Wipe the knife blade down with a clean rag dipped in rubbing alcohol between cuts so it doesn't spread disease. Repotting the Tree. Pour enough potting mix into the new container so the top of the rootball is 1 inch below the rim. Center the tree on top of the mix and gradually fill in around it, tamping lightly with your fingers to eliminate air pockets. When the mix reaches the rim, water until liquid drains from the drainage holes; a mix containing peat may need watering several times before it's completely moist. If the potting mix settles more than 1/2 inch below the rim, add enough to cover the root ball while leaving 1/2 inch of space for future watering. Moving the tree to a cool spot out of direct sunlight for two or three weeks and keeping the potting mix consistently moist prevents transplant shock.

I have bought my plant inside because the temperature has dipped below 50 degrees. My plant has n...

Asked by Sunday October 31, 2018
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My plant has always been inside the home

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Plant did not look at all like what was pictured. It apparently was an full grown plant and already had started dying. Called to return it and was told to just toss it in the trash.
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Delivered in perfect condition.
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Received a dead plant with no foliage
I sent this plant as a housewarming gift, and it’s arrived as seen in the photo. literally not a single leaf in sight, just a set of chopped dead stems in dirt. I have no clue how this was allowed to be shipped out, and it’s was so embarrassing to have my friend receive it as a gift.
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Came fast and well packaged. It’s been a few weeks...
Came fast and well packaged. It’s been a few weeks since I’ve received it and still thriving!
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Very securely packaged. Lost about 1 tsp of dirt in transport. My UPS delivery person read and ad...
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Very securely packaged. Lost about 1 tsp of dirt in transport. My UPS delivery person read and adhered to the package instructions. Plant looks exactly as pictured. 18 inches from top of plant to the bottom of the container. 5 plants braided together secured with a green twist tie. I left the twist tie on hoping the plants will continue to grow twisted together. The picture below was taken 30 minutes after the plant arrived at my front door.
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so pretty and came nicely package
I love how the plant came, it came nicely package! The plant is pretty to my room and I definitely buy more!
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Love this plant. It did needed some love and care...
Love this plant. It did needed some love and care to bounce back. The box was partially damaged, but it is happy now.
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Love this little tree. Came neatly packaged and thriving. The pot is also nice. Love the low main...
Love this little tree. Came neatly packaged and thriving. The pot is also nice. Love the low maintenance.
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Adorable!
This little guy looks adorable and is the perfect size! It adds a nice green touch next to the TV on the chimney, I love it. It looks a little bit thirsty on the photo but it's because I've just received it and unpacked it. I've added 2 ice cubes as recommended.
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