Growing houseplants can provide a variety of benefits - including health & wealth. Many studies have shown the positive effects houseplants can have on mental health and physical well-being, as well as tangible air purifying qualities. While the lucky nature of these plants is not be scientifically proven, it might still be worth giving a try! After all, plants are green and green is $$$!
If you're feeling in need of some extra luck, consider growing these 7 houseplants in your home. Place them in a meaningful spot in your home to boost their good qualities!
1. Money Tree
According to feng shui, the Money Tree is considered to bring good fortune and wealth. The 5 (or more) fingers of the each leaflet are thought to capture positive energy.
2. Lucky Bamboo
Bamboo has long been a symbol of good fortune. The amount of stalks the plant has provides differing meanings. For example - 2 stalks represents love and 3 stalks represents happiness, wealth, and long life.
3. Golden Pothos
Golden Pothos is a plant that is thought to attract wealth and reduce feelings of anxiety. With it's deep roots and vibrant growth, Pothos plants exude positive energy.
The Jade plant is associated with money and fortune because of its small, coin shaped leaves. Jade plants are often given as gifts to new homeowners to invite wealth and success.
5. Chinese Money Plant
The Chinese Money Plant is considered to attract money and fortune to it's owner. The round, coin-shaped leaves provide a focal point for meditation and visualizations of wealth.
6. Rubber Tree
Also called "Wealth Plants", a Rubber Plant is considered to attract good fortune and wealth. The large round leaves are symbolic of prosperity and positive energy.
7. Rabbit's Foot Fern
This fern gets its common name from the fuzzy rhizomes which resemble a popular good luck charm - Rabbit's Feet. A Rabbit's Foot Fern with several rhizomes is associated with positive energy and luck.
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