Plant must be present in any home, especially the ones that brings you good luck. Beside being attractive and improving the air from your home, some plants are known to attract luck, prosperity and happiness.

Lucky Bamboo

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Lucky Bamboo, as it names says, it’s believed to bring good luck into your home. In Feng Shui techniques it is know for thousands of years for bringing peace, health, love and luck in any home.

It is also a perfect plant for people who don’t have time to care for plants, as it need low-maintenance. It only needs some purified water, from time to time, and some light, but not to much, so it fits well in shady rooms or homes.

Money Plants

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Money Plant is another plant commonly used in Feng Shui homes. It is said that, in order for the “luck” to work, you need to grow three to five braided plants. This plant is also believed to reduce stress and anxiety if placed in front of a sharp corner of your house. More than that, Money Plant purifies the air inside your house.

Jade Plants

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According to the Feng Shui rules, Jade Plant brings good luck in any home it is grown. Placing this plant near the entrance of your house or office to bring prosperity and success. So, it’s an ideal plant to keep inside our home or even inside your office.

Basil

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Basil is not only an aromatic herbs, used in kitchen. It is also known for bringing good luck in any home it is grown. It is said that Basil brings love, wealth, luck, and happiness in your life. Also, if you keep the plant inside, and you are watering it daily, it is said that it helps you achieve financial success in your life.

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Andreea G.

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A gardening enthusiast, winter love, enjoys every bit of writing about DIY projects especially when flowers involved. A great cat lover, owns a lovely snowball named Musette.

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