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Feng Shui Fa Cai Money Tree Lucky Decoration

Feng Shui Fa Cai Money Tree Lucky Decoration

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Our handcrafted, realistic design is made of quality resin and gem stone. The leaves and branches can be easily expanded and arranged in whatever way you like - perfect for any home decor.

To bring you luck and wealth, we've added a yellow crystal that comes from a Money Bag with the Chinese character ‘Choi’ meaning 'wealth' on it. This Feng Shuii decoration makes for the perfect gift for your friends and family as no two pieces are exactly alike! Bring a touch of fortune into your home with Feng Shui Fa Cai Money Tree Lucky Decoration!

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Lucky Feng Shui

What's Money Tree Deco?

The Chinese Money Tree, also known as Pachira Aquatica, is a plant species native to Central and South America that is often used as a decorative plant. In Chinese culture, it is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to its owner, which is why it's sometimes referred to as the "Money Tree."

Chinese Money Tree deco could refer to the practice of incorporating this plant into interior design or home decor. It's often displayed in homes, offices, and other public spaces as a symbol of good fortune and wealth. Additionally, some people may use the term to refer to a specific style of decoration or aesthetic that incorporates Chinese motifs or design elements.

Why Money Tree Is Golden?

The Money Tree is not naturally golden. However, it is often sold with golden-colored leaves or braided golden stems. This is because of its association with wealth and prosperity in Chinese culture, where the color gold is also symbolic of good fortune and riches.

The golden leaves on Money Trees are usually created by spraying the leaves with metallic gold paint, which gives them a shiny, metallic appearance. The braided stems, on the other hand, are achieved by training several stems together and braiding them to create a single, thick stem.