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How often should I be watering my money tree?
Last Updated: 03/11/2011
We recommend watering the tree whenever the soil looks dry. Depending on the local climate conditions, this may be once a week or once a month. However, the plant can still do well without much water at all. The best way to gauge its needs is by looking at the trunk and stems. If they start to get wrinkly then it needs more frequent watering and if they are squishy to the touch then cut back on watering.

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