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Posted by bagoys on December 14, 2020 | Last Updated: December 27, 2022 Flowers Gifts Plants

πŸ€ 7 Plants and Flowers that Bring Luck & Fortune into Your Home

It never hurts to take a few extra safeguards to ensure this new year is better than last year, right? So why not boost your good luck quotient by bringing in flowers and plants which are known for their luck-boosting qualities? The experts at Bagoy’s Florist, have put together a good-luck list of plants and flowers that will attract wealth, good fortune, love, and well being.

Plants that Bring Good Luck

Lucky Bamboo in ceramic pot

Lucky Bamboo

Bring good fortune and harmony to your home all year-round with a Lucky Bamboo plant. Beautiful and ornate, the stems of the bamboo plant twist and turn creating unique designs so no two plants are alike. The number of stalks in a Lucky Bamboo plant determines the type of energy it will attract. For example, two stalks attract luck in love, 3 in health, wealth, and happiness, 7 good health, 9 great luck, and 10 perfection.

small money tree in yellow pot

Money Tree

Along with bringing good fortune and money into your home, the leaves of the Money Tree purify the air making it a great addition to any home. Made up of 3-5 individual trees, they are braided together when the stems are still flexible to capture good luck within their folds

green jade plant in terraotta pot

Jade Plant

The Jade plant is well known for its good luck and good fortune attracting properties. It’s wonderfully unique looking and easy to care for plant that can last for decades. Take good care of your Jade plant, and it will take good care of your family for generations.

Flowers that Bring Good Luck

Blue and Lavender Hydrangea


Including hydrangeas in flower arrangements invite good fortune into your home. Purply hydrangeas are particularly lucky as they symbolize abundance and prosperity.

dark pink peonies up close


Beautiful, lush, and fluffy, Peonies symbolize good luck, fertility, love, and success. are widely recognized as fortuitous blooms and are popular for marking the start of a new year.

dark pink mums in garden


Chrysanthemums are treasured across Asia and are known for being good luck flowers. They are also a symbol of longevity in China. Gold and yellow Chrysanthemums are particularly lucky.

purple and white Phalaenopsis Orchid


The gorgeous and exotic Orchid plant is believed to attract love, deepen friendships, and soothe the soul. In Ancient times, the orchids were associated with fertility making them a great gift for new parents.

Objects that Bring Good Luck

gold elephant figurine with trump up


A gently animal known for being wise, loyal, and steadfast, elephants are also considered symbols of good luck. They also represent strength and wisdom in many parts of the world.

Iron horse shoe on wooden table

Horse Shoe

Fend off evil spirits by placing a horseshoe above your entrance. Also, when placed upright, like a β€œU,” then the horseshoe will also catch good luck vibes. The horseshoe is well-known for its protective and good luck properties. Just don’t hang it upside down or all the luck will run out.

single gold fish swimming in tank up close


The humble goldfish is revered in many cultures across the globe as bringing good luck, wisdom, peace, longevity, power, wealth, and prosperity. They are often placed in bowls within the home or in a pond outside a home to attract good luck. Goldfish figurines or dΓ©cor can do the same thing.

If you need to enhance your good luck this year, pick up one of the above good luck items or a beautiful bouquet of lucky flowers to add positive energy and good fortune to your home.