These plants not only have a fancy name but also have a high economic value that brings great income to the growers.
The first is the dollar tree – a tree variety that grows a lot in the commune of Ta Nung (Da Lat, Lam Dong), hearing its name give off a “money smell”.
The “dollar tree” (biological name Pulverulenta baby blue) comes from Australia, a large tree trunk with many branches to create shade. Dollar trees are planted in many gardens, homes, schools, parks, hospitals…
The leaves are round and silver like American coins, the branches are thick and symmetrical, look like strings of money strung together, with a delicate aroma.
There are two types of dollar trees: one with large leaves and large trunk, and the other with small leaves and small trunk. For small leaves, traders buy them at a price of 100,000 – 130,000 VND/kg, in high season the price can be up to 170,000 VND/kg.
With its high economic value, growing a “dollar tree” is a major source of income for many households in Dalat.
Apart from the dollar tree, diamond grass is also a “money-scented” crop that helps farmers “catch silver.”
It is a succulent soft-bodied plant, with many small purple-pink knots, the plant often growing underground or stuck in rock holes.
Diamond grass is sold on e-commerce sites at a very high price – around 5 million VND/kg. In particular, grass after drying can be sold for almost 20 million VND/kg.
Diamond grass can be used to treat a number of ailments such as headaches, dizziness, constipation, poor digestion, convulsions in children, stomach ache…
Money money is one of the feng shui ornamental plants that many people love because it brings good luck and meaning to homeowners.
A money tree native to Central Africa, this is a shrub (shrub) tree with green leaves, stubby stems, knotted roots, does not require strong light, so it is easy to grow indoors.
The name of the tree is money needle, which makes people think about money and wealth. Both the words “money money” refer to money, so growing plants at home will bring good luck to the owner. Therefore, this variety is very popular among Vietnamese consumers.
According to Water, Air & Soil Pollution magazine, the money tree has 3 times the air purifying ability of other houseplants, helping to remove gases harmful to human health such as xylene and carbon dioxide…
With a 15 – 30cm tall tree for a table, the price ranges from 70 – 100,000 VND/tree. For a clump of money over 1m high, it costs around 400 – 800,000 VND/pot.
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