Paddy
Paddy
Paddy
Paddy
Paddy
Paddy - Houseplants delivered UK
Paddy - Houseplants delivered UK

Paddy

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Did you know?...Paddy is rumoured to bring luck and prosperity to his owners making him the perfect gift or plant to have. According to practitioners of feng shui Money Trees create positive energy in living spaces. Finally, if your tree has 7 leaves on each stem that's supposed to be double as lucky. (Decorative pot sold separately)

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Height (including nursery pot) 40cm; pot diameter 12cm.

Big Height (including nursery pot) 60-70cm; pot diameter 17cm.

Health Benefits- Has been known to create positive energy

Pet safe- Mildly toxic when consumed

 

Lighting for your Money Tree

Paddy likes a sunny spot. He will be happy in front of an east/west facing window with bright indirect sunlight but he will also tolerate light shade. It is best to avoid direct sunlight. Patrick thrives under fluorescent light, so he is great for office environments.

Watering your Money Tree

In the summer from March to September keep Paddy's soil moist, we recommend watering twice a week. Watering Wednesday and Soak Sunday. To make sure you're not overwatering put your finger into the top of the soil, if the soil is wet do not water, if the soil is dry, it's time to water.
In the winter from October to February reduce watering to once a week or less. Use your finger to test the soil moisture before watering.

Houseplant watering guide

Humidity for your Money Tree 

Paddy likes humidity. To increase humidity you can use a Humidifier, place Paddy next to other houseplants or you can fill a saucer with pebbles and water, place Paddy on top of this.

Fertiliser for your Money Tree

Once a month in the spring and summer will be great.

Repotting your Money Tree

Repot every other year in the spring. 

Money Tree care problems

  • Yellowing leaves usually occurs from overwatering/soggy soil.

  • Leaves turning brown and crisp, usually from low humidity.