19th October 2018
Do you need a money tree?
We have a family money tree that was taken from a cutting that belonged to my late grandfather. His plant reached the grand age of 35 before he sadly died and after that the plant disappeared.
My grandfather took an interest in money trees after his visit to Hong Kong, where we lived in my childhood. In Hong Kong money trees are found everywhere and they are associated with prosperity, good fortune and yes, you’ve guessed it money!
Over the years my money tree has grown to be quite a gigantic kitchen window sill plant. It provides succulent shoots for anyone who wishes to have a share of the plant, and the belief it will bring them good energy and luck. I recently took a shoot for my office, after all that is where positive energy needs to truly be harnessed to help my clients and me continue to prosper.
In reality we all know a plant is not going to be the forerunner of good fortune. We need hard work, determination and business knowledge but I still love the idea and the connections with the past that my plant offers, and what’s not to love about having a lucky charm.
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