Plants that bring Luck, Wealth, Prosperity and Health to your home
Usher in the new year with plants that bring luck, property and health to your home
Was last year a mediocre year for you? Perhaps what you need are some fortune plants to bring in more positive vibes and chi into your home. With the start of a new year, why not make some additions to help usher in luck, prosperity and health into your families, businesses and homes.
10 fortune plants that could change your life for the better
1. Money Tree
The money tree is one of the popular Feng Shui plants to have in your home that is known to attract wealth. There is no actual reason behind the braiding, except for aesthetic purposes and to make it look more expensive. This is a great indoor plant to have because it requires very little care and only needs moderate lighting.
2. Money plant or Jade plant
Another Feng Shui plant that is also known to attract money and good luck is the Jade plant. Do not confuse it with the money tree because they are not the same. The money plant or Jade plant is from the succulent family and has rounded and smooth-edged leaves which are plant trait that are considered lucky. The Jade plant is also popular for producing positive energy as well as new growth.
3. Lucky Bamboo
The Lucky Bamboo needs no introduction at all. They can be seen sold everywhere when it is closer to Chinese New Year. Even it’s Chinese name Fu Gwey Zhu has a symbolic meaning. Fu means good luck and fortune while Gwey means power and honour. Zhu just refers to the bamboo plant itself. But to sum it up, the Lucky Bamboo is supposed to bring balance to the five Feng Shui elements, which ultimately results in a better life experience.
4. Golden Pathos
The Golden Pathos is a popular plant to have as a simple office desk plant. It might seem a little uncreative, but it comes as no surprise that the Golden Pathos is also more commonly known as a Money Plant. Their leaves are heart-shaped and comes in various shades of green. It is believed that this plant is a bringer of good luck, happiness and prosperity. It also makes a great housewarming gift for its ability to cleanse the air and absorb formaldehyde.
5. Peace Lily
The prettiest of the fortune plants in the Peace Lily. It is a hardy plant that requires minimal light to thrive and doesn’t require frequent watering. NASA Clean Air Study also found that the Peace Lily is able to cleans all types of environmental contaminants including benzene and formaldehyde.
6. Snake plant
Other names for this popular indoor plant include mother-in-law’s tongue and viper’s bowstring hemp. In some Feng Shui teachings, it is considered a bad feng shui plant. But when they are placed in ideal positions in your home or office, a snake plant can bring strong protective energy and shield the homeowners from negative Chi.
Not only is the Aglaonema an effective air purifier plant, but it is also a popular Feng Shui plant for bringing in prosperity. They are hardy and super easy to grow while going weeks without water. If you tend to travel a lot or want to have a fuss-free plant at home, the Aglaonema would make an excellent choice.
8. Spider plant
Another Feng Shui friendly plant is the spider plant which is great at improving indoor air quality while reducing stress. This beautiful hanging plant would make a really great addition while bringing good fortune to your home.
9. Fishtail fern
This uncommon fortune plant is not only beautiful when they are at this best but they are also super effective in removing formaldehyde, xylene, airborne germs, moulds and even bacteria in the air. The Fishtail fern is one of the hardiest, low maintenance and the easiest to care for among the fortune plants. It doesn’t require direct sunlight and does really well in extremely poor indoor conditions.