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Posted by Shirleys Flowers on October 24, 2021 | Last Updated: December 27, 2022 Uncategorized

Lucky Flowers & Plants You Should Have in Your Home

We could all use a little extra luck in our lives, so why not bring into your home a few good luck charms that are not only beautiful, but clean the air, boost your mood, and add instant style to your home as well? It’s a win-win if you ask us. The plant and flower experts here at Shirley’s Flowers share with you the best plants and flowers to welcome into your home that may also bring a little bit of luck, too.

Plants that Attract Good Luck

Lucky Bamboo in ceramic pot

Lucky Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo attracts positive energy and is considered a good luck plant in many cultures. The number of stalks the bamboo plant has defines the type of luck to bring. For example, 3 stalks draw happiness, wealth, and long life, 6 stalks focus on good luck and wealth, 7 stalks bring good health, 9 great luck, and 10 perfection.

small money tree in yellow pot.

Money Tree

The Chinese Money Tree is a popular plant due to its supposed powers of attracting money and good luck. When the plant is young, its stems are braided in order to trap good luck vibes within. Besides being lucky, the Money Tree is also a great air purifier and creates tranquility and peace in the home.

green jade plant in terraotta pot

Jade Plant

A long-lasting plant, sometimes for generations, the Jade Plant is considered lucky because of its longevity and plump, round leaves that symbolize wealth and abundance. The beautiful Jade plant is an easy-to-care-for succulent anyone would welcome into their home.

snake plant in square white pot with white stones

Snake Plant

The unusual vertical and pointy leaves of the Snake Plant are visually striking, as well as great air purifiers. Their sword-like appearance cuts through impediments and blocks negative energy allowing only positive, lucky vibes to flow through.

money plant in orange pot on counter

Money Plant

This cool variety of the Money Plant has round, flat leaves which resemble coins. Also known as the Coin Plant, it attracts wealth and good fortune and looks great on the window sill.

Flowers that Bring Good Luck

Flowers are naturally magical and wonderful – so delicate, beautiful, fragrant… a true work of art by Mother Nature. Loved by everyone and proven to boost spirits and promote well-being, the dynamic positive energy of flowers is something we want around us at all times! The below flowers, in particular, are known for being extra lucky!

Blue and Lavender Hydrangea


Hydrangeas are ornate, beautiful, and lavish florals that signify good luck and fortune. They also represent appreciation, happiness, and enlightenment.

dark pink peonies up close


The gorgeous and wedding favorite flower, Peony, is a rounded, delicate, and bounteous bloom that symbolizes luck, success, love, and good fortune.

dark pink mums in garden


Chrysanthemums carry positive energy currents that draw good luck into your home. They also symbolize longevity and harmony, too.

yellow and orange marigolds


Marigolds have protective properties that keep away evil spirits. Other cultures think marigolds represent a pot of gold and therefore attract good fortune.

purple and white Phalaenopsis Orchid


Exotic and sophisticated, orchid plants are historically associated with fertility, prosperity, luxury, and luck. They also signify abundance and can enhance career success.

dark pink blooming azleas


Pretty pink Azaleas are cheerful and uplifting. Place them near the entryway of your home to attract good fortune and positivity into your home.

As if there weren’t reasons enough to fill your home with beautiful, natural plants and flowers, just for their beauty and health benefits alone, you get the added bonus of attracting good luck with the above varieties as well! If you could use a little more luck in your life, or want to add the beauty of fresh flowers and plants to your home, peruse our catalog of fresh, seasonal blooms now to find the perfect gift for yourself or someone else.