11 plants that attract money and bring home fortune


Did you know that there are houseplants that attract money and luck? Discover their names and start growing them today.
People work hard to get rich. They end up spending money to earn money, investing it in various projects to get good returns. All these efforts are really important to get rich, but outside of these conventional ways, can you grow plants that attract money? Here are 11 to try!

Some of the best lucky plants to attract money

1. Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus verticillatus)

Plants That Attract Money

Plectranthus, commonly cultivated as a good luck plant, is a perennial plant belonging to southeastern Africa. It is also known as gossip spur flower, Swedish ivy, silver plant and creeping charlie. Although it is mainly used as a houseplant, it is one of the best plants for attracting money into your home.

Swedish ivy can be easily grown indoors in hanging pots or as a ground cover outdoors. If you grow it as a houseplant, place it at a height that allows its branches to spread easily. Remember not to place the plant in direct sunlight, as this can burn the leaves.

2. The silver tree (Pachira aquatica)

Also known as Guyana chestnut and Malabar chestnut, it grows naturally in the tropics and in Central and South America. Characterized by its green webbed leaves, smooth bark and elongated flowers, it is believed to bring luck. Pachira is also important in Feng shui for attracting money. It has five leaves per stem, and the number five is precious to practitioners because it symbolizes the element.

Patchouli is easy to grow because it does not require much light and grows in partial shade and moderate temperatures. It is advisable not to fertilize this houseplant regularly during the first year.

3. Lucky bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana)

Lucky plants for business

You can find lucky bamboo everywhere, in gift stores and supermarkets. In many Asian countries, it is believed that lucky bamboo brings luck and money to the home.

It is easy to cultivate and take care of this dracaena. It grows only in water – remember to always keep the roots covered with water. All in all, lucky bamboo is a perfect houseplant that thrives on neglect

4. Sacred basil (Ocimum tenuiflorum)

In the Indian subcontinent, the sacred basil is of considerable importance. It is one of the most powerful medicinal herbs and is commonly cultivated in the open air at the entrance to Indian homes. According to Hinduism and Buddhism, it brings health, wealth and prosperity. In addition, it also acts as a repellent for mosquitoes.

It is also possible to grow sacred basil indoors if you place it near a south or west facing window and keep the soil dry.

5. (Ruta graveolens)

Lucky indoor plants feng shui

The Ruta graveolens is a strong smelling grass from southern Europe and bears the names of Reine de Grasse, Sorcière and Ruda. It is believed to have many magical and medicinal properties that protect you, bring you luck, money and prosperity..

You can grow it on the street, in a sunny spot on your balcony or indoors, near a southwest facing window, in well drained soil.

6. Jade plant (Crassula ovata)

In Feng shui, plants that produce round or circular leaves can bring good luck. Jade has this characteristic and is therefore usually offered as a gift when opening new businesses.

The jade plant is a perfect succulent houseplant that can live for decades with proper care. Water only when the soil is dry, and be sure to provide several hours of direct sunlight.

7. Clover plant (Oxalis regnelli)

Feng shui plants for wealth

In Irish folklore, St. Patrick gathered clovers from the grass to demonstrate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity since each leaf represents the Holy Spirit, father and son. For this reason, the clover is a lucky plant.

If you grow clover indoors, place the plant near a window that receives some direct sunlight. Also try to maintain soil moisture levels by watering the plant regularly, but only when the topsoil is dry..


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