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Money Tree Plant
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Money Tree Plant
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Money Tree Plant

The Money Tree bonsai, also known as the Pachira plant, is a traditional symbol of good luck and good fortune; legend has it that an industrious farmer prospered from braiding the young trunks of this beautiful green plant. And indeed, the unusual trunk gives this lush green ornamental its unique appeal. Each stem typically features five to seven leaves along one stem creating a delightful mini-umbrella shape--but it's deemed good luck to discover seven leaves on any stem! This easy-care bonsai is the perfect choice for the novice. And, offers the recipient your hope for luck and prosperity.
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The Money Tree bonsai, also known as the Pachira plant, is a traditional symbol of good luck and good fortune; legend has it that an industrious farmer prospered from braiding the young trunks of this beautiful green plant. And indeed, the unusual trunk gives this lush green ornamental its unique appeal. Each stem typically features five to seven leaves along one stem creating a delightful mini-umbrella shape--but it's deemed good luck to discover seven leaves on any stem! This easy-care bonsai is the perfect choice for the novice. And, offers the recipient your hope for luck and prosperity.

  • Braided Money Trees are a popular favorite bonsai
  • With five to seven beautiful glossy-green plume-like leaves on each stem
  • Many believe the leaves, which resemble an open hand, symbolize the five fundamental Feng Shui elements: metal, wood, water, fire and earth; if a space is not balanced, a money tree will help create harmony by adding the missing element
  • Bonsai's trunk has been expertly trained and braided; continues to grow as plaited
  • A hardy, easy-care indoor bonsai which survives in both direct sun or low light, with occasional or frequent watering--indoors or out
  • Bonsai measures 14"H x 9"W
  • High-fired ceramic container measures 6"L x 4"W
  • Planter size and color may vary

 

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