Six Top Plants That Bring Good Luck and Fortune


Six Top Plants That Bring Good Luck and Fortune -- The benefit of plants in your house or workplace is clear; major research has proved that plants are capable of absorbing pollutants from the air and cleaning it in this way, as well as making you happier just by looking at them.  Some plants also provide extra benefits such as good luck and good fortune. Like these "Six Top Plants That Bring Good Luck and Fortune" below!

Citrus Trees


Citrus trees are stunning plants that may be grown in containers and pots with little extra care. Citrus trees of all sorts are said to be fortunate to have it. Particularly since many citrus fruits are round and gold, like gold coins. The more fruit your tree produces, more lucky it is. Citrus trees are famous Chinese Spring Festival presents.

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana)


This one is tough since it isn't actual bamboo. Dracaena Sanderiana is the scientific name for lucky bamboo. They are usually root and leafless, and can be straight or spiraling. They are commonly used in flower arrangement. The bamboo plant has long been associated with good fortune in Asian culture. The Chinese name it 'Fu Gwey Zhu,' and it has three symbols that represent Fu (Luck and Fortune), Gwey (Power and Honor), and Zhu (Bamboo).

Jade Plant (Crassula Ovata)


Crassula Ovata, also known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant, or money tree, is a succulent plant famous for its thick, fleshy, glossy, smooth leaves that grow in opposing pairs. When exposed to direct or full sunshine, the leaves change color from dark jade green in the shade to crimson on the edges. Their branches become thicker with age. Despite the fact that it may not provide extra income, the jade plant is a wonderful home plant that many people remember fondly from their childhood.

Money Tree (Pachira Aquatica)


The Pachira Aquatica, sometimes known as the Money Tree, is clearly the top plant on the list. A perfect present for anyone starting their own business. This good luck and prosperity plant is even more powerful in Feng Shui when planted in the 'wealth corner' of your home. 

The universal wealth corner is located in the southeast corner of any room, house, workplace, or garden. To locate this Feng Shui riches corner, stand in the center of your home using a compass. The north is considered the secondary wealth corner in Feng Shui.

Golden Pothos  (Epipremnum Aureum)

According to Feng Shui, the money plant, in addition to providing good luck and money, also balances human existence with the environment. That, and the clustered smooth and circular golden leaves (representing cash) imply good fortune! The Epipremnum Aureum is also recognized for its deep roots and vigorous growth. The money plant oozes nice energy. 

Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica)

According to Feng Shui, the Ficus Elastica species attract money, prosperity, and good fortune. Rubber fig, Indian rubber bush, and rubber bush are some other names for this indoor good luck tree. The Ficus Elastica has spherical leaves that are thought to represent money and wealth. When the plant is placed in the home, it promotes fortune, plenty, and a rise in riches.

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