Plants are known to be one of the most powerful Feng Shui elements-they clean the indoor air and fill it with oxygen. In Feng Shui, it is really important to keep your indoor air fresh and clean and indoor plants are the best way to do that. Here we are top 5 Feng Shui indoor plants:
Pachira Aquatica or the Money Tree is a tropical wetland tree and is mostly very easy to be grown and be taken care of. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight. In addition, keep the soil evenly moist, not wet or dry. The most important thing about this plant is that you should put it in direct sunlight or the leaf might turn brown; since the sun will burn the leaf. This money tree is an excellent desk plant under artificial light, great for your office.
2. Lucky Bamboo
The Lucky Bamboo is considered one of the best feng shui plant as it combines all the elements together such as water, wood, and earth. If grown in an appropriate pot that combines the elements metal and fire, it is considering the perfect feng shui balanced plant. Bamboo can grow in water like cut flowers but will last for years without dirt. In addition, it is considering to bring good luck and fortune.
3. Ficus Alii
Ficus Alii is a houseplant with origin from India and Malaysia. It is sometimes also referred as the Amstel King Tree. It grows better in indirect sunlight, medium humidity, and frequent watering. Although it doesn’t look for direct sunlight, keep in mind low light will make this tree produce new leaves much more slowly than usual.
4. Lady Palm
The Lady Palm is an indoor plant that has oriental look and it usually grows very slow. It thrives in a bright place without a direct sunlight and medium humidity and little fertilizer. Keep the soil evenly moist, not wet or dry. Furthermore, it is one of the easiest indoor palms to grow. They can tolerate temperature from 20 to 100 degrees F.
Dracaena Marginata or the Madagascar Dragon Tree is an evergreen tree, very easily grown an indoor plant. It usually grows up to 6 feet tall and tolerates all kinds of different indoor temperatures. Also, it loves bright indirect sunlight and doesn’t ask for much fertilizer. Keep it into dry and warm place. Moreover, keep the soil damp, but not muddy.