#11 Aloe Vera
Aloe vera keeps the air clean, can be made as a refreshing drink, and according to Vastu, brings health benefits and luck when kept in the North or East direction.
#12 Golden Pothos
The heart-shaped glossy leaves of golden pothos fit every home decor and bring luck and happiness. According to Feng shui, it attracts wealth.
#13 Jade Plant
Jade is a dense plant with oval-shaped leaves that resemble jade stone. It is considered as a symbol of good luck and wealth due to its evergreen nature.
#14 Carmona Bonsai
This flowering bonsai tree produces pretty white blossoms in summer. It is considered auspicious and growing it brings good luck, charm, and prosperity to homes.
Popular as fu gui hua in Mandarin, which translates to wealth plant. The swollen stem of the plant represents wealth, luck, and fortune.
The Aztecs in the Mesoamerican culture of Mexico regard blooming cactus very lucky. It symbolizes positivity and brings good news to the owner.
Sage helps to keep the bad spirits away. It is also believed that burning sage leaves in the house helps in keeping bad luck away from the family.
#18 Bonsai Banyan
Considered a religious plant in Indian culture, growing banyan tree bonsai indoors, on your porch or patio can bring positivity and good health to the family.
#19 Shamrock Plant
Plants from the Oxalis genus are considered lucky as it signifies the Holy Trinity in the Irish tradition. You can grow Oxalis triangularis indoors easily.
#20 Paper Plant
One of the most commonly found plants in Japanese homes, it is considered lucky because its leaves are always in odd numbers (7 or 9) and in Japan, odd numbers are considered fortunate.