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10 Vastu Plants to Grown in Your Home

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As per Vastu, plants indoors really help in weeding out negative energies and bad fortune from our homes and bring positive vibes, good luck, and prosperity. Different Vastu plants have different purposes and should be kept in specific directions for optimal use and should be taken care of for best results. Most of them are easy to take care of and they can bring that aesthetic to your home.

1. Peace Lily

The peace lily also famous as a closet plant is considered a symbol of sympathy. The plant is commonly given as a gift to those who have lost a loved one. They typically grow in spring and if you are lucky they can bloom twice a year and it can last up to several months. They also do not need direct sunlight, hence, are perfect for the shade corners of your home.

2. Lucky Bamboo

As the name suggests this plant is known for spreading positive energy, and prosperity and bringing a good look when placed in the right direction. These plants are modified to become houseplants. To thrive it needs bright, filtered sunlight with well-drained, rich potting soil and good-quality water. It can be taken care of with utmost ease and minimum space.

3. Marble Money

This is a very common plant that you can see in almost every house. As the name speaks for itself it attracts money and wealth and can help in weeding out financial obstacles. It wards off negative energy and brings prosperity and good luck. For growing it needs a regular supply of water and should be kept in a bright, warm place and a good potting mix.

4. Holy Basil (Tulsi)

Tulsi can be considered a sacred plant of the gods and is believed to be an avatar of the god Lakshmi. Therefore, you can find this plant in every Hindu household. According to Vastu, they should be grown in the north, north-eastern, or east direction, and for optimal growth, they require at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.

5. Lavender Plant 

This stunning plant has a sweet, delicate fragrance that is floral, herbal, and evergreen. It is perennial and requires sunny, hot, and dry surroundings to grow. It blooms throughout the summer season and needs a well-drained and arid climate. They can be easily grown in garden beds or pots.

6. Jade Plant

It is believed that the presence of a jade plant in your home is considered auspicious and it represents a symbol of good luck charm and will spread across financial energies. For growing water your jade plant when the top of the soil is just dry to the touch and never let your plant dry out completely. Also, they need full sun to grow properly.

7. Golden Money Plant 

If these plants are planted in the ideal direction as per Vastu they can help in bringing wealth and prosperity to your home. It can easily survive in low light, hence, perfect for indoors. The plant does best when you maintain it at room temperature. Water the plant regularly in small amounts on a day-to-day basis when it is about a height few inches. The plant matures and is ready to absorb more amount of water about 2-4 inches once every week when the soil is completely dry. 

8. Arabian Jasmine

This plant represents appreciation and good luck. They are perfect indoor plants with beautiful dark green oval leaves. These beautiful-smelling blooms appear all summer long and may continue to bloom year-round in warm climates. Maintaining Arabian jasmine is quite easy. Like other tropical plants, the Arabian jasmine requires warm temperatures, lots of sunshine, and high humidity levels.

9. Aloe Vera

The gel inside aloe vera plants can heal several troubles which is why it is considered lucky and spread positive vibes across your home. It can easily tolerate infrequent watering Plant aloe in a terracotta pot with well-drained dirt. Your best bet is to mix equal parts sand and potting soil or buy a special succulent mix.

10. Mimima Jasmine Summer Sunset Plant

The Summer Sunset Asiatic Jasmine is a beautiful and popular houseplant. Summer Sunset Asiatic Jasmine prefers full sun. They should be placed the plant in an area with bright, direct sunlight. Water the plant regularly, letting the soil dry out slightly between watering with well-drained and moist soil.

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