The Content Of The Article:
- Lucky Bamboo
- Dwarf pepper (Peperomia obtusifolia)
- Money Tree (Crassula ovata)
- Money tree (Pachira aquatica)
- Cyclamen (Cyclamen)
The lucky clover (Oxalois tetraphylla) is the best known lucky charm among the plants and is missing at the end of the year on any New Year's Eve party. But there are many more plants that promise happiness, success, wealth or a long life. We introduce you to five of them.
The lucky bamboo or lucky bamboo is not really bamboo - it just looks that way. The botanical name Dracaena sanderiana (also Dracaena braunii) identifies it as a dragon tree species and assigns it to the family of asparagus plants (Asparagaceae). The very robust and easy-to-maintain plant is both spirally wound as well as rising straight up, individually or in groups commercially available. Lucky bamboo is considered a lucky charm worldwide and promises prosperity, joy of life and energy. He should also ensure a long and healthy life.
Dwarf pepper (Peperomia obtusifolia)
The dwarf pepper brings luck into the house and drives away evil spirits
When it comes to plants as a lucky charm, the dwarf pepper (Peperomia obtusifolia) must not be missing. He is regarded in Brazil as the lucky charm par excellence. The plant is native throughout Central and South America and can also be kept here as a decorative houseplant. It requires little water and a bright, serene location. But beware: even if the name suggests, the dwarf pepper is not edible.
Money Tree (Crassula ovata)
Nomen est omen: The money tree promises money blessing
The money tree (Crassula ovata), also called lucky or penny tree, helps the owner to financial blessings and financial success. The plant originating from South Africa is often kept as a houseplant. It grows up to a meter high and forms after about ten years tender white-pink flowers. Especially beautiful is the variety 'Tricolor'. The leaves of this money tree are yellowish-green inside and have a red border.
Money tree (Pachira aquatica)
The lucky chestnut is not only an attractive room tree with its picturesque growth and striking trunk, but also promises riches
According to the teachings of Feng Shui, the hand-shaped and five-membered leaves of the lucky chestnut (Pachira aquatica) are interpreted as an open hand that collects money. Anyone who keeps the decorative and easy-care room tree at home can soon be happy about financial luck. Incidentally, in the beautifully braided, thick trunk, the lucky chestnut can store water and therefore only has to be watered a little.
The houseplant classic cyclamen is a real lucky charm
Cyclamen is one of the most popular indoor plants. No wonder, it blooms just in the dark autumn and winter months and sprayed with its colorful flowers joie de vivre on the windowsill. But what few people know: Cyclamen is also considered a good luck charm and a symbol of fertility and energy.