Welke's House of Roses

Welke's House of Roses

Posted by Welke's House of Roses on December 14, 2020 | Last Updated: January 11, 2021 Flowers

12 Good Luck Flowers and Plants

With a new year comes the excitement of what may happen and the hope that itโ€™s good. Improve your chances by having plants and flowers in your home that are known for their good luck properties. Besides already providing health-boosting benefits such as purifying the air and reducing stress, some fresh plants and flowers can boost your luck in love, wealth, fortune, and health as well. Check out these 10 super lucky plants and flowers put together by the experts here at Welke’s House of Roses.

Plants that Bring Good Luck

Lucky Bamboo in ceramic pot

Lucky Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo is known for attracting positive energy into the home and is a common good luck plant in many countries. Representing all-around good fortune, the number of stalks a bamboo plant has determines which area of your life is attracting good luck. For example, 3 stalks focus on happiness, wealth, and long life, 6 on good luck and wealth, 7 on good health, 9 great luck, and 10 perfection.

small money tree in yellow pot

Money Tree

The Chinese Money Tree is believed to bring money and good luck. With a trunk that is braided while the plants are young and pliable, good luck vibes are trapped within the braids. This plant is also a great air purifier creating tranquility and peace in the home as well.

green jade plant in terraotta pot

Jade Plant

Considered a lucky plant because of its longevity and round, thick leaves, which attract wealth, the Jade plant is a beautiful green succulent that fits in any space in your home.

snake plant in square white pot with white stones

Snake Plant

The unique vertical and pointed leaves of the Snake Plant are not only striking but purify the air better than most plants. Also, due to their sword-like appearance, the leaves are believed to cut through obstacles and negative energy allowing only positive, good luck vibes to flow through.

money plant in orange pot on counter

Money Plant

Also known as the Coin Plant, this variety of money plant has delicate, flat, and rounded leaves that attract wealth and good fortune.

Flowers that Bring Good Luck

Flowers have a natural, dynamic energy about them that makes them desired in the home year-round. Known to boost spirits and promote well being, you can never go wrong with fresh florals in your home. The below flowers, though, are known to be especially lucky, though.

Blue and Lavender Hydrangea

Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are lush, beautiful, and bountiful florals that symbolize good luck and fortune. They also represent gratitude, happiness, and enlightenment.

dark pink peonies up close

Peonies

Itโ€™s no surprise that Peonies, with their full, delicate, and bountiful blooms, symbolize luck, prosperity, love, and good fortune.

dark pink mums in garden

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are said to carry strong positive energy currents that attract good luck into your home. They also represent longevity and harmony, too.

yellow and orange marigolds

Marigolds

Marigolds are said to have protective qualities that shoo away evil spirits. Other cultures believe marigolds represent a pot of gold and are symbolic of good fortune.

purple and white Phalaenopsis Orchid

Orchid

Exotic and elegant, Orchid plants have long been associated with fertility, wealth, luxury, and good fortune. They also symbolize abundance and can enhance career success.

dark pink blooming azleas

Azaleas

Pretty pink Azaleas are bright and cheery and when placed next to your front door, they will attract good luck and positivity into your home.

Pick up a beautiful bouquet of lucky flowers or a good luck plant to not only improve your luck this year, but also to spruce up your home, purify the air, boost your spirits, and promote overall wellbeing.