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Posted by Ah Sam Florist on December 11, 2020 | Last Updated: January 7, 2021 Flower Gifts Flowers

🍀 7 Good Luck Plants & Flowers to Start the Year Off Right

We could all use a little extra luck in our lives, right? So why not bring luck into your home with a fresh green plant or beautiful flowers? Adding a bit of nature, freshness, and a pop of color are reasons enough, but if you select a plant or flower that also happens to be a good luck charm, then all the better. The experts at San Mateo’s best florist, Ah Sam Florist, have selected the top seven plants and flowers that attract extra good luck and fortune.

Bamboo

Lucky Bamboo

Not only a great piece of home decor, the lovely and cool bamboo plant is also believed to bring love, wealth, and happiness. It’s a nice indoor plant that is easy to care for and is known the world over to also bring peace, luck, positivity, and focus. Just make sure to not select a bamboo plant with four stalks as that number is bad luck in Chinese numerology.

Money Tree

Money Tree

A great air purifier and a wonderful addition to any home, the Money Tree is believed to bring money and good luck to your home. Their stalks are braided together when the plant is young with 3 or 5 braids being the luckiest.

Hawaiian Ti

Hawaiian Ti

A popular plant in Hawaii, though originating from Southeast Asia, the Ti plant comes in a variety of colors from pink, green, purple, and burgundy. They are believed to have mystical powers and when grown inside the home, are said to bring good luck and fortune to all who reside within.

Jade

Jade

With lush, round, fat leaves, the jade plant is believed to attract prosperity and success. It’s a popular plant to give to new business owners. If properly taken care of, a jade plant can thrive for decades.

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum

In China, mums are offered to elders as a symbol of good luck and longevity. Gold mums are considered extra lucky as they represent wealth and longevity.

Peonies

Peonies

The gorgeous, lush, and large peony is believed to represent love, luck, fertility, and success, which is why it’s also a popular flower used in weddings.

Hydrangeas

Hydrangeas

The full and bountiful blooms of hydrangeas are why they are known to represent good luck and good fortune. Place a vase of beautiful hydrangeas in your home for a beautiful pop of color and to enhance your fortune.

If you want to improve your luck this year, or know someone who could use a little extra luck, then send them a beatiful bouquet like Peony and Rose with hydrangea and peonies, florals that are known to be lucky.