Well, I just got my new Money Tree in today. In great shape. So, I now added it to my collection. Which are doing good. I live in Kentucky and the temps are down in the 20's-30's and lower. We also just had a bit of snow. so, all of my indoor plants stay inside with my grow lights, humidifier, and a fan to help with air circulation.
I live in a one bedroom apartment with a porch. So, not alot of room. I work with what I have. Love my collection. I work nights at the hospital.
Here is my update collection along tight the Money Tree.
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I think you had 4 trees when you wrote that you should not buy more trees since there were no more space. I think I told you that you will get more. Now you have 13! I think you will get at least one more, superstitious or not.
Nice decition to shoose money tree. From what I have read very good for indoor growing.
In bonsai we strive to create a miniature of a natural tree. The braided trunks are far from a natural growth pattern. Once it starts to grow, I would separate to a forest planting. If you like the braided trunks, just keep it as is and don't call it bonsai. Not all plants in ones collection needs to be bonsai.
Yep, I love the trees, although I know I need to keep the number down due to us living. in the one bedroom apartment.
They are currently on a 4 foot table and I just bought a 6 foot table for the just in cases that I will be transferring them to. I will fold up the 4 ft table and put it away for when summer gets here and I can put them out to the porch. I also have a 2nd grow light on the way.
I am learning a lot from them.