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Posted by Chuck Boyd on December 14, 2020 | Last Updated: January 8, 2021 Flowers

The Luckiest Flowers & Plants for Your Home

A new year is upon us, so let’s press the refresh button and start this next year with some much-needed good luck and good vibes these plants and flowers can bring into your home. Not only will these gifts from nature boost your mood and purify the air, but attracting a little bit of luck to your home is a definite added bonus! Here is Boyd’s list of the top lucky plants and flowers.

Plants that Bring Good Luck

Lucky Bamboo in ceramic pot

Lucky Bamboo

Lovely to look at and delightfully ornate, Lucky Bamboo plants make a wonderful addition to anyone’s home. The cherry on top is that it is also widely believed to attract good luck, fortune, and peace into your home as well.

small money tree in yellow pot

Money Tree

Aptly named, the Money Tree is said to attract money and good luck to your home. The stems of 3-5 trees are carefully braided together when they are young, creating folds that trap good luck.

green jade plant in terraotta pot

Jade Plant

Jade plants can last for decades, so it’s considered a lucky plant because of its longevity and because it has round, thick leaves, which attract money and good fortune according to the principles of Feng Shui.

snake plant in square white pot with white stones

Snake Plant

For protective energy in your home, get yourself a Snake Plant (also known as mother-in-law’s tongue.) The vertical, sword-like leaves can slice through obstacles and negative energy with passion. Additionally, Snake Plants are great air detoxifiers and produce oxygen at night, helping you sleep.

money plant in orange pot on counter

Money Plant

Also known as “Coin Plant,” Pilea peperomioides have shiny, round leaves that resemble coins. Place this ornate, pretty plant anywhere in your home to attract money and good fortune.

Flowers that Bring Good Luck

Flowers naturally have a dynamic and positive energy about them, which is why they are desired in the home year-round. Proven to boost spirits and promote well being, you can’t go wrong having fresh florals in your home, especially ones that bring a little extra luck with them.

Blue and Lavender Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are considered good luck flowers in several cultures because of their big, bountiful blooms. They also represent prosperity, spiritual enlightenment, and abundance.

dark pink peonies up close

Peonies

It is not surprising that Peonies, with their full, gorgeous, and bountiful blooms, represent luck, prosperity, love, and good fortune.

dark pink mums in garden

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are believed to carry positive energy currents, which attract lots of good luck into your home. In Aisa, mums represent longevity, good fortune, and peace.

yellow and orange marigolds

Marigolds

Some cultures believe Marigolds have protective qualities that ward off evil spirits. Others believe marigolds symbolize the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow and, therefore, attract good fortune.

purple and white Phalaenopsis Orchid

Orchid

Orchids are beautiful and exotic plants that have long been symbols of fertility and abundance. They are also are said to bring harmony, luck, and good fortune to your home.

dark pink blooming azleas

Azaleas

Vibrant and dazzling, Azaleas attract positivity, cheer, and good luck to the home. Place them near the front entrance to enhance the area and enhance the look of all who enter.

It’s always a gift to have fresh florals and plants in your home, but knowing some of them can improve your luck makes them twice as nice. Select some gorgeous good luck flowers for you or a loved one today!