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5 Money Plants to Grow at Home

Updated on May 20, 2017

In addition to oxygen and visual appeal, some plants can bring money and well-being to the house. Here are some money plants that you should have in your apartment or house so that your family always has money.

Money Tree

A plant called money tree you probably know very well - for many years it’s considered a symbol of prosperity and material well-being. It’s a pleasure to look after it - this plant is very unpretentious. You only need to plant the money tree in a suitable pot of its size and don’t worry about transplanting it if there’s no need for it. It’s believed that if the owner of the money tree doesn’t look after it, and the plant withers, then they shouldn’t wait for wealth in the near future. Therefore, it’s important to take care of it and sometimes even talking to it.

Bougainvillea

Another plant, which has long been considered a symbol of prosperity, is called bougainvillea. It’s more demanding than the money tree, but for its well-being, it’s worth taking care of it. Bougainvillea should be watered abundantly, monitor the temperature in the house (the heat doesn’t do good to it) and spray it a lot - it likes high humidity. As a gift for taking care of it, it will please you with flowers.

Pachira Tree

Pachira is a money tree that can be kept in an apartment. It looks like a braided maiden braid, which is adorned with a lush tail of leaves. Pachira can become a wonderful element of decor, and bring good luck all at once. This plant loves diffused light and requires that it gets periodically sprayed with water. The rest of care is very simple when it comes to the pachira tree.

Bamboo

Not everyone knows that bamboo symbolizes prosperity and well-being of the family, who undertake a task of growing it in their home. Its thick stems have great strength, which is transmitted to the owners of bamboo, so they can easily get rich. It should be closely monitored - in no case should you give the dirt in which the bamboo grows to dry out.

Zanzibar Gem

Another popular plant that brings riches is called a zanzibar gem. It’s interesting that this plant doesn’t only bring money to your home, but also luck, as well as happiness in a woman’s private life. It is said that if a flower blooms on it - a woman will meet someone in her life and will be happy with him. Zanzibar gem should be watered moderately and try not to put it where the direct rays of the sun can fall on it.

Remember:

It’s important to remember that a money tree can’t be sold - because then both the buyer and the seller will be faced with financial difficulties.

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      Thank you!

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      Magicality LM 12 months ago

      Funny stuff ;).

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