5 Lucky Indoor Plants That Bring Positivity and Prosperity

Health and Wellness, Homemaking.

They say that you won’t lose anything when you follow superstitions. Many would often like to attract positive energy to their homes for good luck and fortune. With the Philippines’ diverse Asian culture, it is not surprising that people practice feng shui in their homes.

When using condo designs for luck, the most common belief is the use of natural elements within the household— including indoor plants. In many cultures, many believe that these plants bring good energy and fortune to the dwellers.

In this article, we’ve narrowed down some of these lucky indoor plants that you could choose from, their benefits, and how to take care of them for long life and luck!

Lucky Indoor Plants in the Philippines

  1. Money Plant
  2. Jade Plant
  3. Lucky Bamboo
  4. Peace Lily
  5. Snake Plant

1. Money Plant

Neon Pothos Plant in White BackgroundPhoto courtesy of Karolina Grabowska via Pexels

Commonly known as the Devil’s Ivy, money plants have a vine-like plant appearance with heart-shaped leaves. Depending on the weather it is commonly light green with hints of yellow. This lucky indoor plant usually hangs in a room and is said to bring happiness and luck to the dwellers.

2. Jade Plant

A Pot of Jade Plant on a Round StandPhoto courtesy of Ekaterina Bolotsova via Pexels

This is one of the most common lucky indoor plants in the Philippines, which is often seen in homes or even businesses alike. This plant has a longer life span than others mentioned here due to its capability to be low maintenance. Despite its need for minimal attention, the plant can easily grow and take on the appearance of miniature trees. This plant however must be kept away from children and pets as they could be quite toxic.

3. Lucky Bamboo

Another one of the most popular lucky indoor plants in the Philippines that can be seen everywhere. Based on Chinese culture, the number of bamboo stalks is tied to how lucky you could be. If your plant has 3 stalks, that symbolizes happiness, wealth, and longevity for the household but also represents the past, present, and future.

You’ll rarely see 4 stalks in a lucky Bamboo pot as it’s a double-edged sword that can symbolize stability, strong, or power but is also deemed unlucky sometimes, especially if it emits negative energy. All the rest of the number of stalks however is fine.

4. Peace Lily

Person Wearing Gardening Gloves Holding a Clay Pot with Peace Lily PlantPhoto courtesy of Karolina Grabowska via Pexels

If you’re finding your household in constant conflict with one another and the energy is not as positive as it was before then perhaps this plant is for you. The Peace Lily is known to bring good fortune and harmony to the household as this plant is believed to have strong protective and cleansing vibrations.

Be careful as this plant is more inclined to filtered light or partial shade. Despite its sensitivity, it only needs to be watered once a week. The soil in its plot may need to be kept moist.

5. Snake Plant

Photo of Green Snake House PlantPhoto courtesy of Fabian Stroobants via Pexels

Commonly referred to as “mother-in-law’s tongue”, the snake plant could also resemble of an actual snake skin because of its evergreen color and pattern. This lucky indoor plant is beautiful, easy on the eyes, and is a very low-maintenance plant as it requires minimal watering. These plants are effective against allergies and are believed to attract money, good energy, and prosperity depending on the placement.

Tips for Caring Indoor Plants

Apart from serving as decor in your home, indoor condo plants help improve the air quality at home, and taking care of them encourages a routine that helps reduce stress. To keep the longevity, here are some tips for taking care of these lucky indoor plants:

  1. Choose which plan works best for you and your lifestyle. Some of these plants don’t require a lot of attention while some thrive in sunlight and daily watering.
  2. Know how much you could commit to taking care of these plants. This commitment includes cleaning their surroundings, placing them in ideal areas, and giving them extra care such as repotting and watching out for signs of diseases.
  3. Know where to place these plants. Consider its environment such as the light, temperature, humidity, and even its soil.

Incorporating Lucky Indoor Plants as decor

You may need to consider the size, space, and the amount of natural lighting in your home. You may also need to consider the overall aesthetic and vibe of your home when it comes to choosing a plant you want to decorate it with.

There are plants whose texture, color, and style fit certain aesthetics of one’s dwelling. Aside from this, one should also consider the container of the plants. Other ways to decorate your plant inside your home is by putting them on shelves, and by grouping them together. You can also consider incorporating some feng shui practices when it comes to the placement of these plants to maximize the luck and prosperity it supposedly provides.

For more information about how to incorporate lucky indoor plants in your residence, check out our ideas and suggestions for condo living here!


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