12 Lucky Plants for Home to Bring Good Luck and Health

Last Updated: 02.01.2024
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 is an exclusive list of the best Lucky Plants for Home that will help to invite wealth and good luck for your entire family! Grow them today!

There’s nothing like having a green specimen indoors to invite a touch of nature to the room. However, there are some plants that have a positive effect! Want to know which? Here are some really Lucky Plants for Home that you can grow!

Check out the best Vastu plants for homes in India here

Best Lucky Plants for Home

1. Pachira Money Tree


Botanical Name: Pachira aquatica

As the name signifies, this is believed to be one of the best plants to attract monetary wealth to the family. Keep it in a drawing room for the best effect.

2. Lucky Bamboo


Botanical Name: Dracaena sanderiana

Lucky bamboo needs no introduction when it comes to attracting positive vibes to the place. It represents the five elements of Feng Shui, and is a cute little symbol of prosperity and fortune.

Here’s all you need to know about growing Indoor Bamboo plant

3. Peonies


Botanical Name: Paeonia

This flower attracts good luck in relationships and helps to maintain harmony, nobility, and true love. The best place to keep the plant is any southwest direction of the home.

4. Peace Lily

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Botanical Name: Spathiphyllum wallisii

This super effective air purifying plant is also great for attracting positive vibes. It signifies peace and harmonizes the energy in any room where you keep it.

Have a look at the best plants for increasing bedroom oxygen here

5. Orchid

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Botanical Name: Orchidaceae

Though it can be a bit typical to grow indoors in India, the effort will be worth it as it not only looks stunning but also attracts fortune and love to the family.

Learn how to create humidity for orchids here

6. Aloe Vera


Botanical Name: Orchidaceae

According to Vastu, keeping the plant in the North or East direction of the home brings good luck to the family. It also looks good and can be used in various ways too!

Here’s all you need to know about growing aloe vera indoors

7. Pothos

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Botanical Name: Epipremnum aureum

Also popular as the money plant in India, you may have seen it in most homes. This vining plant does best in indirect light while attracting wealth, luck, and happiness.

Check out the benefits of growing pothos here

8. Jade Plant


Botanical Name: Crassula ovata

This cute little slow grower is one of the best specimens you can have near a bright window. The evergreen leaves of the plant are a symbol of good luck and wealth.

Learn all about growing jade plant here

9. Desert Rose

Botanical Name: Adenium obesum

Not that of a common sight in India, the plant is surely a stunner when it blooms! The swollen stem of the plant represents wealth, luck, and fortune.

Here’s all you need to know about taking care of the desert rose 

10. Cacti


Botanical Name: Cactaceae

Coming in tonnes of varieties, a cactus is a must-have in a climate like India, where it will be more than happy to dwell near a sunny window. It symbolizes positivity and brings good luck.

Check out the best edible cacti here

11. Sage

Botanical Name: Salvia officinalis

Sage is one of the best indoor plants to keep negative energies away. Burning its leaves also helps in keeping bad luck away from the family.

12. Shamrock Plant


Botanical Name: Oxalis

The plant signifies Holy Trinity in the Irish tradition. It is also really easy to grow and take care of indoors and looks spectacular with its purple foliage!

Check out the best plants with red leaves here

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