(plural money trees)
- (non-idiomatic usage) An imaginary tree from which money can be plucked; mentioned as an impossible object — see: money doesn't grow on trees.
- (US) A miniature tree sculpture decorated with currency, often used as a raffle prize or a gift.
- (commercial name) The Malabar chestnut, Pachira aquatica.
- The jade plant, Crassula ovata.
- The cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao.
- (Chinese mythology) A kind of holy tree believed to bring money and good fortune.
- (Australia) A cheap tree sculpture, decorated with currency, used as a raffle prize because it would be illegal to offer a cash prize.