Lakshmi Kamal Plant Benefits

Last Updated: 19.10.2023
Sakshi Kasat
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Sakshi Kasat, an indoor gardener and content creator from Indore, India, transitioned from teaching to follow her gardening passion during the pandemic. She's an expert in indoor gardening, with over 150 articles published. Her favorite plant, the Peace Lily, reflects her mission to inspire others. In gardening and writing, she finds pure inspiration and contentment.

Here are some awesome Lakshmi Kamal Plant Benefits that will surely tempt you to add this evergreen succulent to your plant collection!


Lakshmi Kamal has a rosette of fleshy, grey-green leaves that have pointy maroon tips. The plant also gives colourful flowers once it is full-grown. It is native to Mexico, where it originally grew on shady rocks, and now it is famous worldwide for its stylish looks and ease of care! Have a look at the Lakshmi Kamal Plant Benefits!

Botanical Name: Graptopetalum macdougallii

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Lakshmi Kamal Plant Benefits

1. Makes For a Great Indoor Plant

Lakshmi Kamal plant is a beautiful and hardy succulent that grows well in shade and indirect sunlight. It makes such a popular houseplant because of its toughness and ability to grow well in a wide range of climates. 

Besides, it’s a perfect work desk addition. According to a study, keeping plants near your workspace can improve your concentration, creativity, and productivity.

2. Easy to Grow and Propagate 

You can get a Lakshmi Kamal plant from a local nursery or easily propagate it from a mother plant.  All you need to do is pluck a healthy leaf, let it dry for a day or two, and plant it in succulent soil. You’ll see the plant starting to grow in a few weeks’ time!

3. Has Religious and Spiritual Benefits


The Lakshmi Kamal plant signifies life and renaissance. It is said in Bhagavad Geeta that each human must perform their duties without any attachment, just like the Lakshmi Kamal plant. The plant’s leaves are close to each other, and they together form a rosette. But even if we divide one leaf from the plant and put it in soil, it propagates itself into a new plant.

It is also represents to be a form of Goddess Lakshmi – the goddess of wealth. Keeping Lakshmi Kamal plant in house is believed to bring wealth and prosperity.

According to Vastu Shashtra, if a Lakshmi Kamal plant is kept in the northeast direction (Ishaan Disha) of the house, it can remove all of the architectural ‘Vastu dosh.’

4. Easy to Care

The plant thrives well in the tropical Indian climate, so it won’t need much attention and maintenance. It also has the ability to adapt to a wide range of temperatures. It thrives in the shade just as well as it does in bright, indirect sunlight. And since it’s a succulent with leaves that can store water, it doesn’t need regular watering.

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