Money does not grow on trees, right?

Money does not grow on trees, right?
January 05 14:28 2016

Money does not grow on trees is an old term that will discredit these trees that you have not seen before.

These mystical trees contain untold desires and dreams of foreigners. I’m sure that many of us had no idea that such a thing exists.

It seems that money really grow on trees! Well, not exactly, but this one interesting thing that you have not seen up to now, which refutes the term.

Money

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In some of wooded areas in the UK, People use to stop by to hammer coins in the trunks and branches of trees for decades – maybe for centuries.
Like in modern era for beautiful wishes, this mystical trees contains untold dreams and desires of foreigners.

Money grow on trees

Money

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Money

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So far, more examples of this practice anywhere else in the world not found.

This practice could date all the way back to the early 1700s, where gold coins would stick into trees by people in Scotland, in hope a mother of nature would remove their illnesses.Likewise, if someone stole the coins from the three, it was considered that in turn become ill. So these coins until now, still remain in the trees as a symbol of good wishes.

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