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This tropical wetland tree is commonly known as a “money tree” and is from the mallow family of Malvaceae. Pachira Aquatica is native to the swamplands of central and south America but is a popular ornamental plant worldwide. The money tree was listed in a NASA study as one of the most effective filters of airborne contaminants, so it makes a great addition to the home or office.
Pachira Aquatica is known by a multitude of names. You may have heard of this plant referred to as water chestnut, guiana chestnut and malabar chestnut, but it's most commonly known as a money tree.
Money trees are popular around the world and are famous for their fascinating trunks. These plants are native to central and south america and can be found growing in swamp lands from Mexico to Colombia.
Taking care of your Pachira Aquatica is easy. These plants only need to be watered 1-2 times per week. Money trees benefit from an occasional misting, but make sure not to overdo it. Once per month is plenty to keep your Pachira Aquatica happy.
Pachira Aquatica is an incredibly effective air filter and is capable of filtering airborne contaminants. This plant also happens to be pet friendly and 100% non-toxic.
If you're looking to freshen up your home or office, Pachira Aquatica is a fantastic choice.