Aloe Vera Wealth Plant
The Aloe barbadensis miller is a wealth plant with a healing gel inside it's leaves. It's no wonder that it's thought to bring luck.
It is very easy to grow and has countless medical properties. The gel can be used to sooth sunburns, scrapes and cuts.
Those in colder climates can still grow this beauty as a houseplant. Bring it outdoors in the summer months for best results.
There are many succulent plants that are considered lucky plants to keep in the home. Jade plant, or crassula ovata is one of them.
This Jade Plant is a very popular and easy to care for money plant. It is thought to bring wealth and good fortune to owners.
One tricky part of growing a jade plant indoors is that they really do like a good bit of sunlight.
Other names for fatsia japonica are glossy-leaf paper plant, money plant, false castor oil plant, fatsi and Japanese aralia. It is common to find fatsia japonica in Japanese homes. They consider this a lucky plant.
The Fatsia is an easy to care for wealth plant. It likes medium to full shade and slightly acidic, compost-rich soil. It also grows well in large containers placed on shady patios or under trees. Excessive sunlight and strong winds damage the leaves.
This plant can also be grown as a houseplant which is a positive attribute considering that deer frequently damage it. Grows best in acidic, well-drained organically rich soils but tolerates sandy and clay soils. It can tolerate a drought.
It can aslo tolerate air pollution and is moderately tolerant of salt spray. Prune it any time of year to maintain shape and fertilize regularly except when it is not growing. Place in a protected area. The leaves will brown if exposed to full sun.
Fatsia usually blooms in fall. Some people think the flowers and the shiny black berries aren't much to look at but the terminal clusters of bright white flowers offer relief from Fatsia deep shades of green in deep shade where aralia likes to grow.
Fertilize plants growing in the ground in spring after the danger of frost has passed. Use a tree and shrub fertilizer every year. Fertilize potted plants with a fertilizer designed for plants growing in containers. Be sure to follow the instructions.
Fatsia needs annual pruning to maintain a bushy growth habit and healthy, glossy leaves. Renewal pruning is best. You can cut the entire plant to the ground in late winter just before new growth begins or remove one-third of the oldest stems...
Read more at "How To Grow Fatsia Japonica"
Fatsia Japonica Cacti Plant
Flowers are costly structures for plants to produce. In the flowering money plant world, there is always a trade-off between growth and reproduction. Flowers are produced from axillary buds and usually only produce one flush of flowers.
The axillary buds of cacti are located at the base of their spines. This is where the flowers will eventually emerge. Unlike plants that can produce stems and branches, cacti must produce a new internode before they can produce more.
Think of it this way, if a cactus wants to produce 10 flowers, it must produce ten internodes to do so. Their harsh environments have forced most cacti into an extremely tight relationship between growth, water storage, photosynthesis and flowering.
Amazingly, some cacti have managed to break free from this evolutionary relationship. They have developed a strange looking structure called a cephalium. Essentially, you can think of the cephalium of a cactus as its adult reproductive position.
At some point in their development, something triggers these plants to switch to their adult forms. Axillary buds within either lateral or apical meristems switch their growth habit and begin forming the cephalium. It's not known what triggers the switch.
Things are a bit different for cacti that produce lateral cephalia. Genera such as Espostoa, Facheiroa, and Buiningia are less limited by their cephalia because they are produced along the ribs of the stem, thus leaving the apical meristem free.
There are other benefits to growing cephalia in addition to simply being able to produce more flowers. The densely packed spines and trichomes offer the developing flowers and fruits ample protection from both the elements and herbivores...
Read more at "The Cactus Conundrum"
The botanical name for this plants is cordyline terminalis or cordyline fruticosa. It is also known as baby doll ti.
This wealth plant is believed by Hawaiians to possess mystical powers. It's said to bring long life, lasting love and good luck.
A Ti money plant can grow up to 10 feet tall and up to 4 feet wide. They are used to accent home plants as well as privacy hedges.
According to feng shui, the heart-shaped glossy leaves of golden pothos attract wealth and brings luck and happiness.
This wealth plant is thought to bring prosperity and good fortune into your home or office.
Golden pothos are a subtropical species. However, fortunately for those in colder zones, the plants are easy to grow indoors.
Braided Money Plant
Many, even those of us who are not particularly green of thumb, know of the wealth plant with it's characteristic braided trunk.
It's numbered leaves have allowed the wealth plant to wind it's way into the minds of bonsai enthusiasts & houseplant lovers.
The most basic Pachira Aquatica care requirements are simply a quality soil medium and proper housing (potting) conditions.
Are you looking for new plants to add to your home or office? Maybe it's time to consider some that attract good fortune.
It matters not whether you are a seasoned gardener or putzing around, it may be time to discover lucky wealth plants.
These plants can be grown in your yard. For the colder zones, enjoy them as indoor plants.
Native to the rainforest regions of Mexico and Guatemala, this upright plant is perfectly suited to the average home or office with regard to temperature, available light and low humidity.
Since most members of the palm family are large, they generally are not useful as houseplants. However, Chamaedorea elegans is one of the few that have adapted beautifully. The plant's compact shape and ease of care have made it popular since Victorian times.
The parlor palm is a dwarf species frequently found in dish gardens and is able to live in cramped conditions when young. It is quite happy in a container that is rather small for it's size and doesn’t require a larger pot until its roots begin to mature.
Grown primarily for their foliage, parlor palms have short green trunks with bright green, fan-shaped leaves. Their attractive foliage emerges from arching fronds and gives the plant a feathery, canopy shape. Small plants take up little space.
Given enough light, a mature money plant will blossom indoors, producing sprays of small yellow flowers on tall stalks that rise above the foliage. These yellow flowers are insignificant, have little decorative effect and are easy to miss.
This money plant can be divided but it's not recommended. The heavy dieback of palm branches and slow recovery limits the success of this method of propagating. Separating the plant can be very traumatic to the roots of your wealth plant.
The amount of water the plant needs depends on the amount of light it gets. The lower the light, the less water it requires. Less water will be needed over the winter, but make sure the plant is kept moist. Parlor palms are not heavy feeders...
Read more at "Parlor Palms Victorian Times"
Peace Lily Wealth Plant
The Peace Lily is a tropical foliage money plant that produces immaculate white blooms stop the proud stems. Originally found in the tropics, the Peace Lilie plant is a wonderful house plant. They’re easy to look after and provide years of enjoyment.
As you would usually find Peace Lily Plants growing across the rainforest floor, the light they need is bright and indirect with dappled, gentle sunlight. They are more of a medium light plant but can thrive in both brighter and lower light conditions.
If you struggle with how often your should be watering your indoor plants then the Peace Lily will be a great option for you. It has a nice visual indicator when it needs water as the leaves start to droop. Diligent watering will keep the plant healthy.
If you notice the leaves on your peace lily are looking a little droopy or yellow then this could be a sign that it needs slightly more or less water. Drooping foliage that starts to flop and wilt downwards is a signal that your wealth plant needs water.
During the growing months, simply add a diluted balanced fertiliser around once a month. Follow the instructions on the packet but make a more diluted batch. Avoid adding fertiliser in the winter months as this is the plants dormant time.
Keep your Peace Lily growing at a healthy rate by repotting it when it starts to outgrow its current one. This usually takes around 1-2 years until the plant is fully grown. When repotting, choose a pot that is only slightly bigger than the current one.
Avoid letting a build up of dust collect on the leaves. Dust them every couple of weeks or wipe them over with a damp cloth to keep your money plant breathing easy. Peace Lilies are fabulous air purifying plants and are great to have...
Read more at "Peace Lily Care Guid
The orchid is a popular money plant in Japan and is considered a symbol of wealth by royalty.
Orchids are also thought to bring love and good fortune to you. It is believed that they could help you find a good life partner.
The root system is the most important part of a healthy plant. An orchid can lose a lot of root mass waiting for a purchaser.
Ficus elastica, or rubber plant, is a native to Southeast Asia. It boasts oval-shaped leaves that are a rich emerald hue.
When it comes to caring for a rubber plant, your job is pretty straight-forward. Simply give it enough light, water & warmth.
Pay attention to the soil composition of a money plant. Typically, any good, fast draining potting soil will do fine.