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Topic: Chinese Culture: What Does A Money Plant Look Like

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Money plant is a vine? Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net Picture showing money plant that has a characteristics of a vine..
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Money plant scattered like grass on a road side.

I chanced to take a photograph of money plant scattered like grass on a road side.

Apologise for the slightly blur image as it was taken from a vehicle.

Money plant growing like grass. "Money plant growing like grass."
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Cecil Lee



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Enclosed please find pictures of money plant.

--Cross posted from Free Advice Forum --
Dear Anon (Hidden for Privacy),

1. A money plant leaf looks like `heart shaped'. I like the pattern of light green, sometimes white, beige colour on the leaves.

2. Frankly I have seen table sized money plants to huge big plants (leaves).

3. Will take a photograph for you to see.

4. Money plants are easy to grow and little maintenance required.

Do note that although it is called a money plant, it is only a name and does not automatically signify that you will get `money'.

Warmest Regards,

Cecil

On 1/6/00 10:12:16 AM, Anon (Hidden for Privacy) wrote:


>Hi Robert and Cecil,


>I've heard of "money plants"

>in Feng Shui books but I'm not

>sure what these plants
look like. Are they plants

>with round leaves

>that look like coins? I'd

>appreciate if you

>could show me a picture of the

>plants.

>

>My other question is whether

>or not these

>plants should be kept in a

>garden or inside

>a house. Commonsense suggests

>that they be

>kept inside a house. Please

>advise.

>

>Thank you.

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Side view of money leaf "Side view of money leaf"
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