The Money Tree is a perfect indoor foliage plant to give you a tropical feel. With its braided stem and bright green palm looking leaves, it looks both like a tree and palm. … The Money Tree gets its name from the Feng Shui belief that it will bring positive energy and good luck to the owner.
Similarly one may ask, where should a money tree be placed indoors?
When placed in a pot indoors, money trees should be placed in a location where they will receive lots of bright light, more than they would need in most climates when compared to their outdoor relatives. Placing your plant near a window is ideal, where they will get at least several hours of bright light per day.
Furthermore, how often do you water a money tree indoors?
Does Money Tree purify air?
The Money Tree, scientifically named “Scindapsus aureus,” purifies air polluted with synthetic chemicals from cleaning products. It has been said by Feng Shui experts that this plant reduces stress and anxiety, and even helps prevent arguments and sleeping disorders.
Feel the top inch— if it’s dry, you should water your Money Tree. If your Money Tree goes too long without water, the leaves will entirely turn brown and may even begin to start dropping from the plant. Try to avoid this as it is a serious stressor for the plant. Money Tree leaves should be a healthy and vibrant green.
As your Money Tree grows, you will need to maintain the braid. … With average Money Tree growth, it may take a few months before you can continue the braid. But once you see about 6 to 8? of new growth, you should gently continue your braid, as you did before.
Make sure the feng shui wealth area of your house is well lit.
- Plants (They must be healthy)
- Art depicting wood, trees, or plants.
Replenish its vitals by feeding your money tree with Miracle-Gro® Indoor Plant Food on a weekly basis during the summer months, and every other week in fall and winter, when its growth slows down.