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Lucky chestnut



Location:

sunny

Watering:

Rare

Toxicity:

Non-toxic

Origin

The home of the lucky chestnut is in Central America from Mexico to northern Brazil.

Care

As a tropical plant, the lucky chestnut needs a lot of sunlight, but it must not be left out in the sun. The leaves can burn. The indoor plant does not flower and grows less quickly than its wild counterpart. The plant needs plenty of water every three weeks. Note: You can really wait until the soil has dried out.

Fun fact

In Asia, the lucky chestnut is considered a symbol of happiness and prosperity.

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