Looking for a plant that attracts prosperity and money for you? Jade plant is your perfect pick!
Why a Jade plant?
The jade plant is a succulent and a renowned good luck plant to attract wealth. Let’s take a more detailed look at why most Feng Shui practitioners recommend Jade as good feng shui plants.
Feng shui is a tradition that really likes drawing parallels with nature. It talks about integration of human life with the nature so as to achieve maximum positive chi, one of the best ways through which a person can achieve the maximum benefit and unity with nature is through the use of feng shui plants.
Jade is Commonly known as Jade Tree Plant, jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant or Money Plant in Feng Shui. Generally speaking, the most popular feng shui plants are evergreen plants with round, heart-shaped, thick and succulent looking leaves. Jade plant fits well the criteria and no doubt it is one of the most popular Feng Shui cure.Jade Plant is a popular good luck charm in Asia thought to activate financial energies.
Jade presence in the house or office is considered auspicious. This beautiful succulent plant has vibrant green leaves that are symbolic of growth and renewal, closely resembling jade coins/stones, symbolic of wealth and prosperity. The Jade plant gives off nourishing “chi” the positive energy. It is a traditional gift for businesses and business owners place. A Jade Plant near the entrance of restaurants or shops, or in a southeast location brings prosperity and success. It reflects vibrant, well-rooted energy. That’s an ever-expanding energy you would like to see reflected in newfound money. The money tree plant is supposed to produce positive vibrations that will bring prosperity to the owner of the house or business.
Flowering Jade Plant reflects well on the owner and symbolizes great friendship, luck and prosperity. The green leaves signify energy and the joy of friendship, and the flowers represent the fragrance of great friendship.
Where to place a Jade Plant?
Jade plants can do a lot of good if they are put in the right place. The Jade Plant is often known as the money tree, which is why you’ll often see it in the entrance of a Chinese restaurant or store. Jade plants can be grown indoors and outdoors. It is better to keep this plant in front of the office or in the office cubicle to invite good fortune and prosperity. When placed in southeast it attracts energized monetary luck for good business or more income. According to Feng Shui practices, it encourages placing Jade Plants in east locations for family harmony, health, initiation of projects, scholarly pursuits; in southeast locations for wealth luck; in west locations for creativity or children luck; and in northwest locations for the luck of mentors, teachers and helpful people. Do not place it in bedroom or bathroom.
How to take care of Jade Plant?
Jade plants can be grown indoors and outdoor. The Jade Plant is an evergreen with thick branches. It has thick, shiny, smooth, leaves that grow in opposing pairs along the branches. Leaves are a rich jade green, although some may appear to be more of a yellow-green. Under the right conditions, they may produce small white or pink star-like flowers in early spring. These tough succulents require little care, making them a smart choice if you're a novice, but they are attractive enough to capture your attention if you're a houseplant expert. given below are the care instructions for Jade plant.
Light: The important aspect of the care and maintenance of jade plants is how much sun they receive. They need full sun in order to grow properly. They need to be placed at least once in a week in full sun for healthy growth. Although Jade plants prefer full sun, but they will tolerate light shade and the dappled light too to grow well.
Water: Don’t water your jade plant on a schedule. Rather, water your jade plant when the top of soil is just dry to the touch. Be careful not to overwater your jade plant as the succulent leaves soon become yellow and start to rot. If your jade plant is losing leaves or has leaf spots, this is most commonly caused by too little water.
Soil: All succulents like Jade require well-draining soil and do well in rock gardens or pots with lots of sand and grit.
You need to boost the positive energy of your home and work environment by including live plants. Vaastu and Feng Shui both support this theory. It does really matter what kind of plants you have in your home and workplace. The humble Jade Plant doesn’t ask for much care but definitely rewards its owner. The jade in particular is a good choice for those who lack a green thumb. It looks absolutely gorgeous, and adds an element of nature and warmth to any place.
Try putting a Jade in at your office entrance or your cubicle for a much needed “money cure”! Or try placing Jade in east locations of your home for “family harmony”! May your new Jade Plant bring you lots of good fortune and prosperity!