Pachira aquatica usually has a central trunk made up of three, five, or seven stems that are often braided together. The top of the Money Tree has the “lucky” 5 lobed leaf arrangements. When small, a Money Tree can be trained as a bonsai or used as a table plant. As the plant matures, it makes an impressive tree often reaching a height of six feet or more.
Light: Medium to bright indirect light.
Water: Water well and then allow the top 1"- 2" of soil to dry out before watering again.
Fertilizer: Feed monthly in the spring and summer when actively growing.
Care Tips: A Pachira aquatica likes high humidity. If the air in your home or office is dry, place the plant on a wet pebble tray to increase the humidity