How do I take care of a chinese money tree plant?

I bought a ‘money tree’ – one of those Chinese plants that is supposed to bring you good luck. Unfortunately, I’m terrible with plants, an frequently end up losing the poor things soon after I buy them. So, does anybody have any tips for taking care of a money tree?

2 Replies to “How do I take care of a chinese money tree plant?”

  1. Its really hard to answer your query. Because ther are so many other factors involved in redevelopment of any property – like –
    1. The land Area available
    2. The size of the land(length, breadth or width)
    3. Location of the land according the Zoning of the Municipal Corporation Bye-laws.
    4.Depending upon the approach Road width of the land
    5. The F.S. I. available of the land
    6. Is there any possibility of using TDR or Superbuiltup area concept
    7. The proportionate area of the other Society members according to which everyone is going to be benefitted……
    8. and many more.

    So consult with the Authorities.

  2. The money tree also known as a jade tree is succulent which cannot tolerate over-watering. It is found in hot, dry areas which experience a huge drop in temperature at night. Though it rarely flowers indoors, but if given the right conditions, like the cacti, it can produce tiny star like flowers which are white/pink in colour. As a houseplant, they resemble miniature trees and require good light to grow though you should not expose a young plant to full sunlight. Because yours is fully grown direct exposure to sunlight shouldn’t hurt. Allow the soil to dry completely in between waterings and do not spray mist the plant. Under-watered succulents will have ‘crinkled’ leaves and over-watered ones will start to turn soft and yellow and start to drop. Because your leaves are crinkled and drooping you may need to water it more. Use a fertilizer specially formulated for cacti/succulents. This plant propagates easily with leafs planted with the bottom end in soil. This plant like all succulents is prone to mealy bug attack!!!.

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