7 Japaneses Indoor Plants That Bring Luck

Lucky Bamboo ( Dracaena sanderiana), althought not native to japan is commonly associated with japanese culture and is believed to bring luck, prosperity, and positive energy.

 Bonsai is an ancient japanese art form of cultivating miniature trees. It is believed to bring harmony, balance, and good fortune to the surroundings.

Money tree ( pachira aquatica ) also known as 'kan'nonoki' in japanese, the money tree is believed to attract wealth, good luck, and prosperity. Its braided trunk and lush green leaves make it a popular choice for indoor plants.

 Peace Lily ( spathiphyllum ) or ' shiran' in japanese, is believed to purify the air and bring good luck and harmony. Its elegant white flowers and glossy green leaves make it a beautiful addition to any indoor space.

Japanese Holly Fern ( Cyrtomium falcatum ) or 'Rurin - sou ' is considered a symbol of protection and good luck. Its distinctive fronds and ability to thrive in low ligt conditions make it a popular choice for indoor gardens.

 Azalea ( Rhododendron ) are highly valued in japanese culture and are associated with good fortune, prosperity, and love. they are often grown as bonsai or potted plants, and their vibrant flowers bring beauty and positive energy.

Crassula ovata ( jade plant ) is the jade plant, known as 'Fukiran' in japanese, is believed to bring good luck and prosperity. Its fleshy, round leaves symbolize wealth and abundance, making it a popular choice for indoor gardening.