Lucky Plants That Bring Luck To Your Home

Lucky Plants That Bring Luck To Your Home

Lucky Plants That Bring Luck To Your Home

The plant has been celebrated for centuries for its possession of health and various other benefits. There is no doubt that it is therapeutic to have a plant inside your house.

On top of health and wellness benefits, some plants had been believed to spread luck to the environment they settled in. That’s why in many cultures, exchanging certain types of plants as a gift is promoted and considered auspicious.

Goodluck plants for home are a crucial channel to flow the positive energy inside the home and freshen up to environment inside.

Good Luck Plants To Bring Luck To Your Home

Some lucky flourishing plants inside your house.

1. Lucky Bamboo

Lucky bamboo is called lucky for a reason. They are a popular gift during the Chinese spring festivals and lunar new year. It is a gift of prosperity and wealth.  Lucky bamboo is associated with feng-shui. In Chinese culture, each arrangement of this plant has a special number of stalks. Each with its specific meaning:

Three for happiness, longevity, and wealth

  1. :Five for wealth
  2. : six bring luck
  3. : seven for good health
  4. : eight for growth and
  5. : ten for completion.

Despite being named bamboo-this plant belongs to a family of “dracaena”. Keeping this lucky charm inside is easy because they can grow in very low light conditions too. Most people choose to grow it in water. If you are one of them, remember to change the water every two to four weeks.

In addition to this, adding some small drops of fertilizer when changing the water will promote its growth to the fullest.

You can also transplant it into the soil. Make sure to plant it in well-drained soil. Make a small effort to grow lucky bamboo to bring luck to your family and home.


2. Money tree

The money tree is called pachira aqatica and is also known as Malabar chestnut or Saba nut. It is another common plant that is believed to bring the grower Goodluck. Money trees are often braided together. Little do you know that money plant is also commonly used in feng shui. For to bring luck to you you will need to one three to five braided plants. Also left must be five or more fingers to spread the luck.

Money trees are native from Mexico to northern South America that can get up to 60feet tall in their natural habitat but when you plant them in small pots it remains small and ornamental size.

Growing this lucky buddy inside may require you to provide enough humid environment by placing a humidifier or by placing the pot on a saucer filled with pebbles and water. Remember to fertilize every two weeks for its good growth.

3. Hawaiian Ti plant

Hawaiians believe that the Hawaiian ti plant possesses mystical power which is planted to bring luck, long life, and lasting love. For anyone growing ti plants with two stalks, it can double the luck while finding love too. It makes a stunning display plant.

Hawaiian ti is an easy-growing plant that will be grown in a blink of an eye. You can grow it in sun or shade. A well-draining potting soil does best for ti plant. And yes! only water it when the top of the soil is dry.


4. Orchid

The orchid is one of the most beautiful lucky plants. Orchid is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. Popular too in ancient Japan, the orchid symbolizes the wealth of royalty. They kept orchids in their praying places ie temples and often painted in scrolls. Orchid needs humid and warm conditions. They don’t like to be overwatered at all. Indoors place your orchid in a shady spot with bright light but not direct sun.


5. Jade plant

Feng shui lore has stated that plants with round leaves are the fortune bringer plant of the house and jade plants stand no exception. Jade plants are often taken as a first option for gifting a person starting a new business. It is believed that placing a Jade plant in the entrance brings success and prosperity. As does business place accompanied by jade grows in peace and prosperity your home would love some peace and prosperity accompanied by jade too. Don’t you think?

Talking about growing jade indoors, it is an easy and simple plant. You just need to consider a few things like using well-draining soil, which does best in daytime temperatures of 65 to 75 F. Providing enough sunlight is the basic requirement and ya! Do not commit the crime of overwatering this. It can survive being underwatered but not overwatering.


6. Shamrock plant

All shamrock-shaped plants are considered lucky in feng shui. Shemrock is associated with Ireland. In Irish folklore, all plants with three leaves are considered lucky.

A popular story is heard that St.patrick, the saint who brought Christianity to Ireland, plucked the shamrock from the grass at his feet to illustrate the the symbol of Holy trinity.

The three-leaved shamrock is meant to stand for faith, hope, and love.

My god bless you with four leaves because it is true wide luck. Get yourself a stroke of luck.

7. Snake plant

The snake plant is one of the most famous luck flourishing plants. It is also known as mother-in-law plants. This plant is attractive and exotic and deemed good luck for its ability to absorb all sorts of negative energy and poisonous gases from the air.

Snake plant is one of the easiest plants because it doesn’t hesitate to grow even in low light conditions. The only thing you need to consider is to not overwater it. Place it in the corner of your house and you’d better forget about its existence. Because you don’t want to overcare and overwater it. Leave it on its own.

Let,s list out some bonus luck deeming plant

  • Rubber plants
  • Golden Pothos
  • Peace lily
  • Parlor palm
  • Pilea peperomioides: the Chinese money plant
  • Desert rose(Adenium Obesum)

So basically having a plant inside your doors is never a losing game. Once you base your good fortune on any of these green buddies, you might find charming gaining of luck and fortune.

May you never be deprived of luck and fortune.

Happy gardening!

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