5 Plants That Will Bring Luck to Your Space this Lunar New Year!

Written By: Ashley Prybycien

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New Year, Lucky You!

Happy Lunar New Year! Let’s face it, plants add so much life to a New Year! So we’re all about new year, new plants! Since 2021 is the year of the Ox it represents strong, reliable, fair and conscientious, inspiring confidence in others just like plants do! Let’s celebrate Lunar New Years with not just luck but some style as well. These are some plants that won’t exactly grow money on your trees but will add value, and hopefully give you the confidence and reliability you can count on in your space!

5 Plants That Will Bring Luck to Your Space this Lunar New Year!:

Money Tree

1. Money Tree

Probably the most popular Feng Shui plant, the money tree is said to bring good luck and fortune wherever it goes. It's also super easy to care for, and can bounce back if you neglect it a little. This tropical indoor plant helps to purify the air and will thrive best in sunny spaces. This bonsai version makes a great starter plant and is a fantastic housewarming gift. 

Chinese Money Plant

2. Chinese Money Plant

We can't promise that the Chinese money plant (pilea peperomioides) will bring you good fortune, but we can say it'll add instant style to any room. As well as being one of the most popular plant choices for Feng Shui, it's also famous with fans of Scandi design — It's Norway's favorite sill plant. It's also easy to care for and fun to grow. What's not to love?

Peacock or Prayer Plant

3. Peacock Plant 

Watermelon colors of dark red on the bottom and variegated green and yellow on the top make their foliage stand out. Officially called calathea roseopicta, these Brazilian beauties have earned the nickname prayer plants. This is because they raise and lower their leaves throughout the day, as if they're worshipping. A medium-care plant, it thrives in humid environments.

Dracaena Collection Red Leaf

4. Dracaena Collection Red Leaf 

The name Dracaena means female dragon, it’s derived from the Greek 'drákaina'. This refers to the resin of the draco variety, which is bright red and from the names such as dragon tree and dragon's blood plant come. Our red leaf Dracaena collection features four types of bright and bold dragon plants all in one pot. The collection includes two Bicolor, one Green Stripe, one Florida Beauty and one Sanderiana. With variegated yellow spots and vivid red stripes, rounded leaves and spiky foliage, it certainly makes a statement. Best of all, it's easy to care for and purifies the air.

Flamingo Flower

5. Flamingo Flower

Get your color fix with flamingo flowers. The pop of red will bring any room alive! This year-round bloomer is a tropical treasure, instantly bringing vacation vibes to your home with its bold blooms. They change color through the year, ranging from vivid scarlet to pretty pink and rich purple. It can survive in low light, but medium to bright indirect sunlight will keep it happiest.