According to the money tree legend, a poor, hard-working old jeans one day came to an unusual plant in the fields. Since he had never seen such a thing, he decided to dig. The small tree was difficult to break down, but he managed to get home. At home, he found that the tree grew elastic and without any problems. He decided to study a lesson from the plant and decided to be stubborn, flexible, and not give up what he was doing. Soon it became a great entrepreneur
The Real Story of the Money Tree Plant
The real story behind the wicker cash is not so romantic, but no less impressive. The story goes back to the 1980s. Under a tajofon, a Taiwanese truck driver could not drive the vehicle. So, she stayed home and helped her wife's haircut in the beauty salon. I wondered why they did not comb with a couple of money tree plants? He took and planted five plants. It was an instant hit, extremely popular throughout Asia. Nowadays, the wicker cashmere plant has become one of the most popular indoor plants in the world.
Pachira aquatica or money tree
Pachira aquatica or money tree grows in tropical wet wood, Central and South America, and grows in these marshes. The popular names of this plant are wood, guiana chestnut, chestnut bean and cow mother.
The plant extends up to 18 m in the wild. It consists of palmate leaves that are bright green as well as speckled foliage and green bark. The flowers are very spectacular, and contain long and narrow petals that resemble a banana shell at the opening, to visualize the yellowish yellowish cartilage of hairlike. Cultivation of money grows an edible nuts suitable for growing large cinnamon plants. Nuts are generally light gray with a white stripe.
They taste like peanuts and eat in raw or cooked form. It can also be based on bread making. It is possible for the leaves and flowers to eat as well. It is beautifully grown with tropical decorations in areas that are damp and frost-free. The money tree is more durable and adapts perfectly to all the different conditions
It requires large amounts of sunlight, but exposure to direct sunlight is harmful in the summer months because the leaves are prone to sunbathing. The term "money" is used for this plant in East Asia. In Japan it is used in the form of ornaments. This plant is a symbol of fortune, and in finance, it is most often encountered with red ribbons or other decorative business houses.
The importance of the plant to its followers A feng shui. The five letters symbolize the five elements of feng shui: wood, water, earth, fire and metal. Some people say that if the plant is located near places where money is held (or where wealth is needed), prosperity and wealth follow. The plants are referred to as "Bringer of Good Fortune" in Asian cultures, especially when given as gifts. A new proverb has been created to describe the engagement trees: "The five fortunes come home, richer every single moment."