The Money Tree, scientifically known as Pachira Aquatica, graces many homes as a sought-after indoor plant, tracing its roots back to the lush regions of Central and South America.
The foundation of any plant’s health lies in the soil it’s planted in, and the Money Tree is no exception. The ideal soil for Money Trees offers excellent drainage capabilities, which is pivotal in preventing the dreaded root rot—a prevalent issue that many Money Tree owners face.
Potting Mix: Typically, a potting mix is soilless and is made up of a blend of organic and inorganic materials like peat moss, perlite, vermiculite, and sometimes bark. Potting Soil: As the name suggests, potting soil contains actual soil, often combined with other organic materials like compost or manure.
- Yellowing Leaves - Stunted Growth - Root Rot - Drooping or Wilting Leaves - Mold or Fungus on Soil Surface