Pachira is a commonly found houseplant called a money tree. Usually, has a central trunk made up of three, five, or seven stems that are often braided together. Also called water chestnut, Guiana or Malabar chestnut, or saba nut.
Planting & Care
Light: prefers bright sunlight and will even grow in full shade.
Water: happy with regular, deep watering
Fertilizer: Fertilize only during the spring and summer growing period
Temperature: normal temperature between 16-24° C.
Potting: need repotting every three years or so if it has outgrown its pot.
Pruning: Prune to remove dead branches. Or control the plant’s size by cutting off