5 Best Vastu Plants To Buy In The Winter

5 Best Vastu Plants To Buy In The Winter

5 Best Vastu Plants To Buy In The Winter

Vastu plants are the ones that align with Vastu Shastra, the ancient Indian science of architecture. They connect you with nature and bring peace, tranquility, and hope.

They help purify the air, reduce stress, and enhance your mood, thus bringing good health and positivity. As they say “Health is Wealth”, therefore, growing Vastu plants is believed to bring wealth and prosperity as well!

If you are looking for some vastu plants that can bring positivity, well-being, and prosperity to your place this winter, consider buying these five best Vastu plants that are low-maintenance and can thrive in low light and cold temperatures:

Lucky bamboo

The Lucky bamboo or bamboo plant is considered auspicious not only according to both Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui. It symbolizes prosperity, good luck, and fortune, and brings positivity to your house.

Grow it either in water (in an attractive glass vase) or soil (in a lovely ceramic pot) it can uplift the look of that spot instantly. Avoid direct sunlight, change its water every few days, and remove yellow leaves.

Tie it with a red ribbon and place it in a southeast direction to bring in good luck and prosperity.


Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a Vastu plant that is commonly grown for its medicinal value. It is not only good for skin and hair but has the ability to purify the air and remove toxins. It is also known to attract good luck and abundance.

According to Vastu, you can place it in the north direction of the house to attract wealth and prosperity. It is also auspicious to put it in the kitchen for good health.

Snake plant

Snake plant is considered auspicious because of its air-purifying properties. It absorbs harmful toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene from the air and releases oxygen at night thus improving the air quality. It can survive in the low light condition and needs water sparingly.

You can place it in the northeast for health and well-being and the southeast for wealth and prosperity.

Peace lily

Peace lily has beautiful green leaves and produces white flowers that are a symbol of peace and harmony. It is also an air purifier and removes harmful gases from the air. It can survive in low to medium sunlight and doesn’t require frequent watering or much care.

You can place it in the north or east direction of your house for good health and well-being.

Jade plant

The Jade plant is also known as the “Dollar plant” or “money tree” and is believed to bring wealth and prosperity. It requires bright direct sunlight and watering only when the top inch of the soil feels dry.

According to Vastu, you can place it in the southeast direction of your house to bring wealth and prosperity.

These are some of the best Vastu plants that you should invest in this winter. They are easily available both online and in local nurseries, are easy to care for, and can fit in small pots and containers, adding beauty and good vibes to your space.

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