Money Tree Plant Just $7.99 at ALDI

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Welcome prosperity with a money tree!

Head into your local ALDI where you may find these Money Tree plants for just $7.99! These would make a great housewarming gift.

The leaves of the Money Tree are thought to represent the five elements of Feng Shui, bringing balance to your home and inviting wealth and prosperity. They grow to 3′ – 10′ tall and provide perennial indoor foliage.

Here’s what to look for…

Money Tree Plant
Just $7.99

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Comments 21

  1. Denise

    Woohoo!!Is this guaranteed to yield 20’s? Lol

    • Sara

      Why stop at 20’s? I would hope for 100’s.

  2. Ashley

    They can also purify air polluted with synthetic chemicals! Love money trees!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s right, Ashley!

  3. leeezard

    We had a pair of money trees for nine years and it only died because we went out of town without someone to water it. I miss my money trees. Maybe I should get some more

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Sounds like they lasted a long time! Time for more 🙂

  4. Katerrina

    Just bought 2 at Sam’s Club in Chandler, AZ
    for $6.81 each

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Katerrina! We’ll be sure to look for those!

  5. Adaysleeper

    I always had a problem with the water becoming stagnant and smelly and I wasn’t able to keep the braid going as they grew. But that’s just my experience.

  6. Mary

    I want one!!!!!!!!! Thanks

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are welcome, Mary!

  7. Glitzy

    How is the upkeep with these trees? I’ve been on the hunt for some greenery pieces in my home. I just need something that is basically kill-proof #plantkiller✋😋

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Glitzy. They are not something that you would want. There is a moderate amount of care involved including soil and watering. You could try a Philodendron. They are pretty easy to take care of and hardy.

      • Glitzy

        I’ll look into that one too. Thank you so much!!!

    • Ashley

      Glitzy- try a snake plant! They are really hard to kill! It takes a lot to make them even look a little wilted and even then you could wait another month, then decide to water and it would come back. They are really resilient!

      • Glitzy

        Ill have to check those out! Thanks for the tip 🙂

    • Laura

      I used to be a plantkiller too, but but I now have 15 thriving houseplants! My issue was overwatering. I basically loved them to death. Now I water less than once a week, and they’re all going great. Keep trying, it’s so rewarding to have beautiful green plants in the house!

      • Glitzy

        That’s might be my issue i over water probably

  8. Alena

    I don’t have luck with Aldi plants. They all die in couple months after purchase. I have plants from Lowe’s that do just fine so I’m not sure what the issue is with Aldi plants

    • Anna Rose

      Same here… but I still keep buying them! Except for a palm-tree type plant and a poinsettia from this Christmas. With Lowes I can return them cuz of the 1 yr guarantee. Dont even need receipt if bought with myLowes card.

  9. Judy Trac @ lipscomb

    Will I have a lot of money if I buy this tree

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