10 Best Feng Shui Plants for Your Home

Plants in pots with a white background.

The goal of feng shui is to balance the components in your home so that energy may flow freely and auspiciously throughout the room. To encourage and attract the energy of riches, success, and good fortune into your home, you may include houseplants in your designs using the feng shui principles. In order to pull the best kinds of energy, choosing healthy plants with soft or rounded leaves is crucial when selecting houseplants for feng shui. These particular plants are regarded as lucky. On the other side, you should avoid plants that are in poor health, dead, prickly, or pointy. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry. In the rest of this article, we’ll review some of the best feng shui plants for your home and where you should place them.

Plant #1: Boston Ferns

Feng shui experts believe that Boston ferns, with their supple, flowing tendrils, are lucky plants with the ability to create and absorb positive energy. Since bathrooms are typically the most humid rooms in the house and direct sunlight is usually not an issue with all windows covered, these plants are an excellent choice if you’re looking for a plant that will thrive in the bathroom. They demand frequent watering, a humid atmosphere, and filtered sunlight.

Plant #2: Citrus Tree

Citrus trees are said to be very lucky. Even though they are unlikely to blossom and produce fruit when cultivated inside, all plants that bear fruit are seen as prosperous and auspicious in feng shui. According to their position on the Bagua map, plants like citrus trees may assist in fostering abundance and development. These citrus plants increase positivity and thus are perfect for keeping inside the house.

The optimal amount of daily direct, bright sunshine for citrus plants is over six hours. Therefore, you should probably place this plant near a window, balcony, or interior patio.

Plant #3: Orchids

Orchids are the most perfect feng shui plants for your home. They energetically attract love since they add beautiful color and peace to any area. They are particularly useful bedroom plants since they foster serenity. Orchids are a lovely method to boost feng shui and frequently exhibit the bedroom colors in feng shui. Place them in the bedroom’s relationship corner of the relationship section of the house for optimum effects.

Close-up of white moth orchids.
Orchids are beautiful and bring calmness and serenity into a home.

Plant #4: Philodendron

The traditional philodendron plant is a good feng shui plant for attracting love since it has quick-growing tendrils and requires little upkeep. The plant’s delicate, heart-shaped leaves might activate the marriage and relationships section of your environment. It is believed that a pair of complementing plants might highlight an equal, balanced relationship you’d want to bring in. You can even own two to boost the effect.

Plant #5: Lucky Bamboo

According to feng shui, lucky bamboo is a lucky indoor plant that can bring positive energy into your new home. When settling into your new home, you might already feel its effects. Lucky bamboo balances the five elements and is a sign of good fortune. The wealth corner of your house or the wealth corner of any room is where you should put it. Which aspects the plant provides the greatest luck will depend on how many stalks it has.

Plant #6: Money Tree

The name “money tree” actually comes from feng shui principles, which promote the idea that the plant would attract luck and good karma to its owner and the surrounding area. This plant does well in dim light, requires only sporadic watering, and is ideal for apartments and other tiny places. According to some opinions, its presence has also been shown to lessen tension and anxiety.

A money tree plant
Attract peace and prosperity with a Money Tree plant.

Plant #7: Peace Lily

Peace lilies are simple to maintain and do a great job of purifying the air in your house or place of business. Their installation in an office space can enhance air quality and repair energy imbalances. They feature a lovely white blossom and thick foliage.

Due to their sensitivity to fluoride, peace lilies should only be grown in fluoride-free water. Use filtered or rainwater as much as you can. During the spring and summer, fertilize every six weeks.

Peace lilies in front of a blue wall.
Peace lilies are very fragile, so you should be extra careful with them.

Plant #8: Snake Tree

The snake plant is not only among the easiest plants to care for, but it is also reputed to increase good vibes. It’s one of the best feng shui plants for your home. This plant is also known as Sansevieria and “Mother-in-Tongue” laws by certain people. Snake plants are lucky when put in the right spot.

This plant can survive even in the presence and absence of intense light. But be careful not to expose your plant suddenly to intense light if it has already become acclimated to low light. To prevent stressing out your snake plant, you should do this gradually. As this plant isn’t frost-hardy, be sure to additionally shield it against sharp temperature decreases, 50°F (10°C) or lower.

Plant #9: Jade Plants

The jade plant is a good choice if you want a compact indoor plant that requires very little maintenance and has a favorable feng shui aspect. This particular houseplant is quite well-liked for indoor environments. It features thick circular leaves that resemble succulents and tiny white or pink blooms in the shape of stars.

Depending on the goal, you can position jade plants in various ways. Place it in eastern areas if you wish to attain family peace, health, project initiation, and intellectual endeavors. Find an eastern location if you want good luck with money. Place your jade plant in the western areas if you care to succeed in your creative endeavors. Just make sure you avoid bathrooms so as not to attract negative energy.

Plant #10: Pothos

Pothos plants are great air purifiers, making them ideal for neglected areas of your home, like the top of a kitchen cabinet or the bathroom. They are perfect interior hanging plants since they frequently have long, green tendrils. These plants require very little upkeep, gaining the moniker “Devil’s Ivy” among negligent gardeners since they are practically unkillable. These are excellent for novices. Their smooth, rounded leaves encourage harmony and gentleness throughout your room and are one of the easiest feng shui plants to maintain.

Aloe Vera plant in a pot.
Although we didn’t get to it, Aloe Vera plants are also great feng shui plants for your home.

In Conclusion

These are only some of the best feng shui plants for your home. Of course, there are many other lucky plants out there, like the Calathea plant and Aloe Vera, for example. Research more feng shui plants and have fun choosing the perfect ones for you.

Louise Olson
Bio: Louise Olson is an experienced content writer and full-time plant mom. She works for Verified Movers, where she specializes in content related to moving and packing. In her free time, Louise knits and trains for her next marathon.

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