20-30 ft. tall, 20-30 ft. wide (stays small indoors)
Medium sun, bright indirect works well
Requires constant moisture, don't allow to dry, well draining
Neutral to mildly acidic
Summer, doesn't flower indoors
Zone 8b-11; grown as a houseplant in all climates
Rainforests of South and Central America
Toxicity / Pet Friendly
These plants have no known toxicity to humans or animals.
The symbolism of this intertwined trunk goes back generations and makes a gorgeous modern houseplant. Our Money Trees are 5 trunks braided together to form a lush plant. The images don't do justice as they were just starting to fill in when we photographed the plant. The plant is said to lock in all good things and provide peace to the home it is in. A gorgeous elegant plant that brings good vibes only. Easy to care for and maintain.
Also known as the Guiana chestnut or saba nut tree it is a hardy native South American plant that is easy to grow if you just avoid overwatering it.
Available in the following packaging based on your preference:
Nursery Pot - Standard plastic 4-inch or 6-inch planter pot that can be placed inside a larger pot or left as is until it outgrows it.
Selene Planter - Porcelain 6-inch pot ceramic marble planter with drainage hole and matching rose gold ceramic tray. The planter measures: 7.5" x 6.5" x 6.5" and weighs approximately 3.7 lbs. We recommend placing your plant inside the nursery pot to make it easy to water and transplant.
Lyfe Teacup Planter (approx 5") - This plant comes packed in our monogrammed, glazed terracotta planter with a matching drip tray saucer.
Our plants are shipped from our indoor greenhouse in South Florida. Please note all our plants are one of a kind and if you want to message us we can send you a picture of the exact one you will receive. The product image here is intended to be the best representation of what you can expect to receive but yours may have slightly less or more growth depending on the crop we have when your order is placed. Any lifestyle pictures are meant to demonstrate how a fully grown or more mature plant looks for you to get a sense of it in your space.