11 plants that attract money and bring home fortune


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.

8. Hawaiian Ti plant (Cordyline minalis)

According to the first Polynesians, the Hawaiian ti plant has magical powers. This means that growing this plant can make you lucky and bring money home.

Cultivate the ti plant in well-drained soil, as it does not like to stay in constant humidity. Do not forget either that this coloured house plant cannot resist a temperature lower than 10°C. Keep the plant in a place where the sunlight is filtered so that it continues to grow.

Note: It is believed that if you grow a ti plant with two stems, it will bring you luck and love in your life too!

9. Pothos or devil’s ivy (Epipremnum aureum)

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In many Asian countries, people believe that pothos is one of those lucky plants that bring fortune and money to the home or office. In addition, pothos can be an excellent decorative house plant that purifies the air and eliminates toxins.

It is very easy to cultivate and care for pothos, as it can develop through neglect and never requires much attention. Place the plant in full indirect sunlight and water moderately.

10. Rubber plant (Ficus elastica)

Hevea is considered a plant of good omen because its round leaves denote wealth, luck and prosperity in Feng shui. Place it on the entrance or “wealth zone” of your home or office to bring money and success. In addition, the rubber tree helps to eliminate air pollutants.

Cultivating Hevea as a house plant is not difficult either, place the plant where it receives indirect sunlight. Use well-draining soil and avoid over-watering..

11. Chinese monetary plant (Pilea peperomioides)

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Chinese money plant is a popular choice for houseplant growers who want to attract positive energy and money into their homes. It has beautiful round leaves that can add appeal to any décor.

The plant behaves well at temperatures above 13 °C (55 °F). Keep it near a clear, west-facing window, out of direct sunlight. Water the plant only when the soil is dry.

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