Transplanting Money Tree plant

Asked February 18, 2018, 2:40 PM EST

I recently purchased a Money Tree plant that is about 18" tall. From the research I conducted the plant seems relatively easy to maintain. I was wondering about specific plants foods for it and about what time I should transplant it including exactly how. Thank you.

Baltimore County Maryland houseplant repotting moneytree

1 Response

See the link below on money tree and care. Repot this spring with fresh medium into the next size container. A container that is too large can hold a large amount of soil that holds excessive moisture and may cause root rots. Make sure the container has holes for drainage. They do like humidity. A tray filled with pebbles and some water will provide that. The pebbles will keep your plant away from the water. http://www.guide-to-houseplants.com/money-tree-plant.html
Here is our website on repotting http://extension.umd.edu/hgic/pottingrepotting-houseplants
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