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Combo of Good Luck Air Purifying Money Plant and Jade Plant in Ceramic Pot

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"Money plant one of the most common household plant. The money plants contributes in increasing the finances of the house. Money plant should be grown where there is less sunlight or in shade.

Ideally a money plant should be kept in the south-east direction of the house. Since this is the direction of Lord Ganesha, it is said that it brings in health, peace and prosperity in the house.

Jade plant succulent houseplants, which makes them fairly resilient and easy to grow indoors- plus they are long lived. They live for a very long time, often being passed down from generation to generation and reaching heights of three feet or more when grown indoors.

CARING TIPS FOR MONEY PLANT : Money plant should be grown where there is less sunlight or in shade. Do not water them every time. let the soil dry and then water. They can grow up to 10 feet if you grow them in soil. If leaves started turning yellow then stop watering for few days.

CARING TIPS FOR JADE PLANT : Choose a wide and sturdy pot with a moderate depth, as jade plants have a tendency to grow top-heavy and fall over.Use a soil that will drain thoroughly, A 2-1 ratio of potting mix to perlite is ideal. Alternatively, use a pre-made succulent or cacti potting mix.After planting a jade plant, don’t water it right away. Waiting anywhere from several days to a week before watering lets the roots settle and recover from any damage."

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