Baldwin Park, Ca
|My money tree is dying - and i don't know what to do
Answer from NGA
October 29, 2009
|Pachira Aquatica; commonly referred to as the money tree, is rumored to bestow good luck to its owners so let's hope we can restore yours to good health. In general, your money tree needs well draining soil. Planting it in a cactus soil medium works well. Make sure that there is an abundance of drainage holes in the container. Your plant will grow well in indirect moderate sunlight or in full shade. The most important thing is not to overwater. You'll only need to water once every seven to ten days. Use liquid fertilizer during watering every other time the plant is watered. Hope this information helps!
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