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Should I transplant my money tree?
Similarly one may ask, do I need to transplant my money tree?
You can repot a Money Tree every 2 years or as needed. Some plants do better slightly potbound, but this isn't 1 of them. The pot size or type doesn't matter. Just make sure you go up a pot size or 2 & that it's proportionate to the size of the plant.
Beside above, where should I put my money tree? Placement of a Money Plant
- It should come as no surprise that the money area, or southeast area of your space, is the best place for a money plant.
- The health area (or east area) is also welcoming of a money plant, as the element linked to the area is wood.
Correspondingly, how do you transplant a money plant?
Start by watering the money tree, and then allowing the plant to stand for one hour before repotting. Now it is time to remove the plant from the pot. First, hold the pot with one hand. Next, place the palm of your other hand on the surface of the soil with the trunk between your thumb and first finger.
How often should I water my money tree?
Money trees should not be over-watered; according to GFlora.com, 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.