The bonsai money tree plant is one of the best sizes for feng shui application and reflects the Chinese tradition of miniaturization that was once a status symbol for the upper elite society.
You may realize that the restricted growth of a bonsai plant is desirable since if left unchecked, the pachira aquatic plant can grow up to 50 feet in height.
Consider covering the floor in magnolia petals and placing a few small bonsai plants near the entrances to the pagoda for a natural yet beautiful look.
The pachira aquatic tree, however, tends to grow enormous and so bonsai (pronounced as bone-sigh) methodaquaticsed to make it usable as a house plant.
But, small potted plants, bonsai trees, terrariums, and container water gardens are all possible to have in care facilities, and easy to maintain.
Note, however, that only two colors are available with this style, a retro orange/red brown combination and a bonsai blue/margarita green finish.
The popular braided bonsai pachira aquatic tree plant was actually the brainstorm of a Taiwanese truck driver, who was also a gardener.
The ambitious truck driver's enterprise flourished and the bonsai pachira aquatic tree became the accepted authentic money tree.
Place large bonsai trees near the front of the pagoda, and bring in magnolia trees to flank the pagoda if your budget allows.
If couples enjoy the Asian accents of lucky bamboo but don't want to overdo the effect, they may also consider bonsai trees, origami figurines, or miniature Chinese takeout wedding favor boxes in their décor.