Braided Money Tree

How to Braid the Braided Money Tree

If you are looking for a plant to add to the décor of your home or office, the Braided Money Tree plant is a fun and inexpensive option. Many people mistakenly believe that this plant’s branches and leaves naturally grow to entwine themselves in a type of braid, but this isn’t the case. You have to braid the Braided Money Tree plant, but the branches are hardy enough to easily withstand this.

You will want to begin braiding the Braided Money Tree plant while it is still young. To do this you can follow these easy steps and you can easily braid the branches to create a novelty plant, which is also beautiful.

As the Braided Money Tree continues to grow you will likely have to replace the stakes with taller ones; additionally, you will need to replant the tree in larger containers as it matures. The Braided Money Tree will grow to a height of 3 to 6 feet tall, but you can stop the plant from getting taller by keeping it in a smaller container, which will restrain the roots and keep it from getting taller.

The main thing to remember with this tree is to take the braiding slowly, if you move too fast and braid the branches too often you can stress the plant, causing it to become unhealthy.



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