Many plants around us are known for their medicinal properties whereas some are known for attracting happiness, good luck and love. Are you looking for a few new plants to perk up your home or office?
We offer six pretty feng shui-friendly plants that can bring health, wealth, prosperity and good fortune.
Rubber plants can be beneficial in any spot, but it is believed to be especially auspicious in the wealth area or even the front hall of the residence – much like the jade plant. The round leaves of the plant is known to represent money or prosperity.
According to Feng Shui, plants with rounded leaves bring wealth and fortune. The Jade plant is known as the Japanese money plant and is said to bring prosperity and financial success. Jade is a traditional gift given to new business owners and, when placed near the entrance, is thought to bring prosperity and success. No reason this shouldn’t work for the home too.
Pachira money tree is a plant commonly used in Feng Shui and also believed to bring the grower good luck.
Interestingly, money trees are often braided together, but in order for the “luck” to work, you’ll need to have three to five braided plants, steering clear of the unlucky number four.
It is not only a popular culinary herb for growing in the garden or pot, basil is also said to bring with it love, wealth, luck and beauty. Additionally, basil is thought to contain antidepressant, antiseptic and antibacterial properties, and may repel flies too. It is also thought to help people to achieve financial success with little effort.
Peace lilies get their name from the white leaf at the top that resembles a white flag waving in surrender. They remind us to let go of the stress that can build up in our day when the pressures of jobs and family mount. Peace lilies are great for offices to create a sense of calm during a hectic day or in bedrooms to provide a sense of tranquility and restful sleep. As a gift, peace lilies are a sign of good will. Their glossy spiked leaves speed of the flow of good energy in your home, particularly in narrow hallways or small doorways.
Mother-in-law’s Tongue (Sansevieria Trifasciata) or Snake Plant
It converts carbon dioxide into oxygen at night and also known as “The Bedroom Plant,” . This plant is known for bringing good health at home with good luck. Thus it’s an excellent gifting option for dear ones.
The good thing is that you can grow these plants in your home. These plants are not big enough, and do not occupy much space.
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