How to transplant a braided money tree plant replanting a money tree. Remove the braided money tree plant from its container and place it in the new pot.
Replant the plant along.
How to transplant money tree. The most common method for propagating money trees is via cutting. Be careful about choosing a pot for the money tree. A couple of fun facts before we get into the transplanting.
Stop your choice on a small and low pot such a pot is most. Place the money tree plant near a west east or south facing window covered with sheer. First hold the pot with one hand.
While soil propagation is generally more successful water propagation is a fun way to watch your tree s roots grow. Caring for money tree plants. My little money tree before the repotting.
From shiny hand shaped leaves to pretty braided trunks the money tree is a can t miss indoor plant. Money tree plant goes by a host of names including malabar chestnut saba nut bombax glabrum monguba and french peanut. When sold in the houseplant trade it goes by money tree.
Fill the pot the rest of the way with soil. You can take the usual store mix for succulents and cacti if you use traditional soil. Money tree cuttings can be rooted in water and transferred to soil or directly into soil.
Drill drainage holes in the bottom of the container if there are none. Braided money tree plants are usually sold as a lucky bonsai in a small decorative flowerpot. The root ball wasn t pot bound but it needed a bigger base.
Now it is time to remove the plant from the pot. Mix together equal parts of potting soil peat moss vermiculite and sand and pour 2 inches of soil over the pebbles. Stages of the money tree transplant prepare the soil for replanting.
It s said to bring good luck and is a popular plant for using with feng shui principles. Many money tree lovers aspire to have several in their homes. Start by watering the money tree and then allowing the plant to stand for one hour before repotting.
This plant when growing in its environs has various common names like malabar chestnut and french peanut.