Fathers Day Money Trees

Father's Day is almost here!

We are still in the process of Blooming, especially now because things have been pretty crazy these past few months, we thought that all the incredible fathers, grandfathers, uncles, stepfathers, and godfathers could use a little extra luck and a lot more wealth even if it is just superstition! 

And if anything, you give a fantastic and natural air-purifier.

We curated this unique collection with our fathers and husbands in mind.  The bases are masculine and clean and will fit any style room.  We added moss and rocks to give it an earthy feel.  The tree is bonsai sized, small enough to add some life to a room but not too bulky.  There are different sized bases so you can choose the perfect Father's Day gift.  We also kept in mind that dads are so busy with their families and jobs that they don't always have time to care for a plant, and this tree is low maintenance.

While we can't guarantee the tree will attract wealth, we can ensure it will freshen up his home or office and make that special dad happy.  Happy Father's Day!!!


How do I care for my tree?

Bright, indirect light is ideal, but avoid placing your money tree in direct sunlight, which could scorch leaves. Prune the growing tips of your money tree to keep it houseplant-sized. Money trees should not be over-watered; watering two to three times a month is sufficient. It is permissible to allow the top layer of soil to dry out to about an inch in between waterings. Waterings should be infrequent but thorough.  Do not let trees sit in standing water.

What's the best place to put my tree?

In terms of placement, many businesses keep a small money tree near their cash register. Within the home, the most common location to promote wealth in the southeast corner.

Don't be alarmed if your tree drops some leaves when it first arrives.  It is just getting used to its new home.

How big does do the trees get?

A braided money tree plant can be anywhere between one and eight feet tall.  That is why we suggest you trim the tips to keep it small.

Are there any health benefits to owning a money tree?

Yep! The money tree is also highly-rated as an air-purifier. A famous NASA study of indoor plants on air quality lists the money tree, whose scientific name is Pachira Aquatica, as one of the most useful filters of harmful pollutants. A Money Tree Helps Freshen Up Your Home.

In terms of placement, many businesses keep a small money tree near their cash register. Within the home, the most common installation to promote wealth in the southeast corner.


It has been said the Money Tree may reduce stress, anxiety, and may also help relieve sleeping disorders.