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How to buy and maintain a money tree

Updated on September 17, 2014

Money tree

How to buy and maintain a money tree.

We are going to start out with the maintaining your money tree. Buying your money tree is as simple as making the decision of purchasing the one that produces one-dollar bills or the one that produces five-dollar bills. Then filling out the order form enclosed.

All money trees come with the paperwork required by the government to regular your plants. This is because only the government can make money legally. Thing So.

When you receive your money tree, usually 10 days after you have placed your order. It will come wrapped in burlap just like any other tree.

I suggest that you plant it a 3-gallon pot. This will give it room to grow, and can be brought in when the weather turns cold. Money trees cannot take the cold. They are not a full sun plant either. Set your money tree pot where it gets sun most of the day, but not direct sun, and not all day.


Depending where you place your money tress will determent how much water your plant will need. Usually every third day, but put your fingers into the pots and check the moister. If it dry, water it, if it feels wet hold off watering for a day or so.

Money Color:

This is something you have to watch for. The one dollars are not as green as the five dollar. Why, I don't know, they just are. If the one dollar plant gotten too much sun the bills start turning yellow?

Then no one wants to take them, become they don't look real.

This is something you have to watch for. Then no one wants to take them, become the don't look real. The five dollar money trees don't have this problem. I don't know why, but keep an eye on them.


On the one dollar money tress as long as they are small, I would pick when there is about ten dollars on the trees. When the trees get bigger, maybe around fifth dollar.

On the five dollar money trees, I think I would start when they have 25 to 35 bills. When they get larger, 50-75 bills. Your bills may be a bit damp when you first pick them, lay them out to dry, or if you want them to dry quicker, place them in the drier for no more, then 15 minutes.

These plants have to be taken care of, as it doesn't take much to kill them.

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P.S. I hear there will be a silver dollar tree coming out in the fall, that is all I have heard. Keep checking with us and I will let you know when they are available.


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