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Extra Large Money Tree- $130.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Low to indirect bright light
  • Pet-friendly
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Details About This Plant:

Scientifically known as the Pachira aquatica, the Money Tree is a wetland plant native to Central and South America. Although this swamp-loving plant can reach 60 feet in the wild, you can expect your indoor Large Money Tree to grow between a much more manageable 3 to 6 feet tall. With trunks that seem to swirl together, blooming into a canopy of fern green foliage, our Money Trees will make a visually striking addition to your biophilic design. But don’t take our word for it! You can get an accurate preview of what the Money Tree will look like in your space by using our augmented reality (AR) tool. Ready to pick out the right Money Tree for you? Browse through our Pafe Live photos to pick the exact Money Tree you’d like out of our current inventory. We’ll deliver your Money Tree to you in our sustainable, super secure packaging system no matter where you live in the U.S. 

Large Money Tree Benefits

The Money Tree is believed to attract good fortune and — you guessed it — money! Some say it can even promote healthier sleep, reduce stress, and decrease conflict in the home. We can’t confirm the science behind those beliefs, but research does suggest that the Money Tree is an effective air purifier. Place this adorable plant beside your bed at night, and take a deep breath. You just might sleep better and feel at ease, and you’ll definitely be breathing in cleaner air! 

Dancing in the Rain 

The Money Tree plant you get from our online plant shop is actually made up of multiple Pachira Aquaticas, tenderly hand woven together as each grew to maturity. Thanks to the Money Tree’s umbrella-like foliage, the plant’s swirling trunks appear to be dancing in the rain, adding whimsy and romance to your indoor garden.    

The Money Tree is Your Pet’s Bestie 

If you’re a pet parent looking for a non-toxic plant you can keep around your beloved fur babies, you’ve come to the right plant! Money Trees are non-toxic to cats and dogs. We can’t stop your pet from nibbling on your precious Money Tree, but we can promise you that it won’t kill your cat or dog. (We’ll send all the good vibes to your devoured Money Tree, though) 

A Plant for the Serial Over-Waterer 

Does your green thumb occasionally go black from root rot? Figuring out how much water to give your indoor plants can be tricky for lots of plant parents. Unfortunately, most houseplants can’t tolerate too much trial and error. Which is why the Money Plant is a great option for you! Money Plants kinda like damp soil (they’re native to swampland), so the occasional overenthusiastic watering session probably won’t kill it.

Extra Large Money Tree- $130.00
(price includes costly shipping & package fees)
  • Low to indirect bright light
  • Pet-friendly
Learn more ▾
STEP 1: PICK A FANCY POT!
made from fine ceramic, plant will arrived fully potted.

Original Plastic Growers Pot
(No Charge)

Buffalo- Gray Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Gentlefolk- White Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Norfolk- Black Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



Chinatown- Peacock Ceramic
+$80.00

(free re-potting)



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STEP 2: PICK THE EXACT PLANT!
we'll ship you the exact one you picked
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Details About This Plant:

Scientifically known as the Pachira aquatica, the Money Tree is a wetland plant native to Central and South America. Although this swamp-loving plant can reach 60 feet in the wild, you can expect your indoor Large Money Tree to grow between a much more manageable 3 to 6 feet tall. With trunks that seem to swirl together, blooming into a canopy of fern green foliage, our Money Trees will make a visually striking addition to your biophilic design. But don’t take our word for it! You can get an accurate preview of what the Money Tree will look like in your space by using our augmented reality (AR) tool. Ready to pick out the right Money Tree for you? Browse through our Pafe Live photos to pick the exact Money Tree you’d like out of our current inventory. We’ll deliver your Money Tree to you in our sustainable, super secure packaging system no matter where you live in the U.S. 

Large Money Tree Benefits

The Money Tree is believed to attract good fortune and — you guessed it — money! Some say it can even promote healthier sleep, reduce stress, and decrease conflict in the home. We can’t confirm the science behind those beliefs, but research does suggest that the Money Tree is an effective air purifier. Place this adorable plant beside your bed at night, and take a deep breath. You just might sleep better and feel at ease, and you’ll definitely be breathing in cleaner air! 

Dancing in the Rain 

The Money Tree plant you get from our online plant shop is actually made up of multiple Pachira Aquaticas, tenderly hand woven together as each grew to maturity. Thanks to the Money Tree’s umbrella-like foliage, the plant’s swirling trunks appear to be dancing in the rain, adding whimsy and romance to your indoor garden.    

The Money Tree is Your Pet’s Bestie 

If you’re a pet parent looking for a non-toxic plant you can keep around your beloved fur babies, you’ve come to the right plant! Money Trees are non-toxic to cats and dogs. We can’t stop your pet from nibbling on your precious Money Tree, but we can promise you that it won’t kill your cat or dog. (We’ll send all the good vibes to your devoured Money Tree, though) 

A Plant for the Serial Over-Waterer 

Does your green thumb occasionally go black from root rot? Figuring out how much water to give your indoor plants can be tricky for lots of plant parents. Unfortunately, most houseplants can’t tolerate too much trial and error. Which is why the Money Plant is a great option for you! Money Plants kinda like damp soil (they’re native to swampland), so the occasional overenthusiastic watering session probably won’t kill it.

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