Judging by many of our traditions, Southerners will always hedge our bets for a happy and successful life. From eating a big bowl of Hoppin' John on New Year's Day to burying a bottle of bourbon before the wedding day, we don't mind putting in the effort to bring on good tidings for the future. As take-charge as we are superstitious, why risk it when it's something that is relatively no trouble to do?
In the spirit of being ready to try any easy task that promises karmic reward, it's helpful to know that even plants can make a potential difference. There are certain lucky house plants and flower types that are particularly known for bringing good luck, fortune, and prosperity to the home, and you don't need to have a green thumb to test out the theory.
Here are 13 good luck plants to hopefully bring success and serendipity to your home, or to give as a gift to others.
01 of 13 Money Tree Plant
This plant is known for its symbolism in Asian culture and said to bring good luck, financial success, and prosperity. It is also proposed to bring positive energy, or “chi” in Feng Shui, in the home.
How To Grow And Care For A Money Plant 02 of 13 Jade Plant
This resilient succulent is always nice to have around and easy to keep alive in the home. Due to their small, coin-shaped leaves, they are associated with money and good fortune.
03 of 13 Orchid
Known for being harder-to-grow than some other house plants, orchids make you work for their approval, and it’s said that the favor is returned in good fortune for the future.
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