Money tree

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Money tree may refer to:

  • Money tree (myth), a Chinese myth
  • The conceptual negation of the idiom "money doesn't grow on trees", the origin of which may be the story Pinocchio
  • An offering given to the Buddha in temples, particularly in the Thord Gathin festival


  • Jade plant, also referred to as "money tree"
  • Pachira aquatica, commercially sold under the name "money tree", also known as Malabar chestnut, Guiana chestnut, provision tree, or saba nut
  • Theobroma cacao, because its beans were used as currency
  • Lunaria, also referred to as "money plant", because the seedpods resemble a large coin


  • The Money Tree, a children's book by Sarah Stewart
  • The Money Tree, a 1996 adventure book by Sam Mills
  • My Huge Money Tree, a children's book by Yonit Werber
  • The Money Tree: The Young People's Illustrated Guide to Saving, Banking, and Investing, a book by Viki Radden
  • The Money Tree Myth: A Parents' Guide to Helping Kids Unravel the Mysteries of Money, a book by Gail Vaz-Oxlade

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  • Moneytree, a Seattle-based business
  • The MoneyTree Report, a PricewaterhouseCoopers investment quarterly
  • The Money Tree Incorporated, a bankrupt Georgia-based business