The best way to tell if your money tree needs water is by checking the top inch of soil. If it’s dry, it’s time to water your money tree. During spring and summer, water more frequently, but in fall and winter, reduce the frequency.
Money trees thrive in high humidity. If you live in a dry area, consider placing a humidifier near your plant or misting the leaves of your money tree regularly. Too little humidity can cause the leaves to yellow or droop.
Good drainage is essential for money tree care. Ensure the pot you choose has holes at the bottom to prevent overwatering. A well-draining soil mix, perhaps with a touch of peat, will keep your money tree happy and healthy.