In Asia, the Pachira Aquatica is believed to be a symbol of a successful business.
The height of our plants are measured from the ground to the top.
Please note that the delivery height may vary 10%.
The diameter of our plants is the diameter of the nursery pot. We recommend a decorative pot with a diameter that’s larger.
All orders are shipped with PostNL and have a personal Track & Trace.
Orders are usually processed within 48 hours on working days.
We don't charge shipping costs.
|Country||Delivery time (in working days)|
|The Netherlands||1 - 3 days|
|Belgium||1 - 3 days|
|Germany||2 - 5 days|
|Luxembourg||2 - 5 days|
|France||3 - 6 days|
|Austria||3 - 7 days|
You have the right to return products within 14 days of receipt without giving any reason.
Please note! Living and perishable products, such as plants, are legally excluded from this right of withdrawal.
Therefore, indoor plants can't be exchanged or returned.
Refunds will be credited back to the original payment method used for the purchase.
If you have any other questions, please contact us at: [email protected]
Toxic to pets
The Pachira Aquatica originates from South America, where it's grown in the field. When planted in nature, the Pachira can grow into a twenty meters high tree. Not so manageable for a living room, right? Luckily it doesn't grow as enormous when the plant is growing inside your living room.
The Pachira Aquatica is also known as the Malabar chestnut and the Money Tree. In Asia, this plant is believed to be a symbol of a successful business.
|With or without pot?||With decorative pot|
|Decorative pot||Zinc pot|
|Pot colour||Off white|
|Height in cm||38 cm|
|Pot size in diameter||13 cm|
|Linnaeus name||Pachira Aquatica|
|Attributes||Air-purifying, Easy to care for, Green, Non-toxic / pet-friendly, Small|
|Watering||Requires water every 2 weeks. During the summer once a week|
|Best location||Grows best with medium light. Can't withstand full sun|
|Plant nutrition||It is best if you add plant nutrition once every month during the summer|
|Repotting||Preferably once every 2 years|