Do you love plants? If yes, then please read on. Plants are awesome – they will purify the air in your home, protect you from dust, radiation, chemicals, etc. And, the best thing about them is that plants will bring positive energy into your home. Many people around the world are interested in Feng Shui principles for interior design. What’s Feng Shui – Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese technique that examines the interaction of people and their environment that has been practiced for thousands of years.
Did you know that the words Feng and Shui actually mean “wind and water”, signifying the invisible powers in heaven and the flow of energy of the Earth? It strives to help you bring balance and harmony into your surroundings by applying the principles of the natural flow of energy. The Feng Shui technique is based on the principle that all living and non-living things exist in the realm of the endless Universe that pulses with chi, or the life force. “Chi” is a good, uplifting, renewing kind of energy that benefits our health. Plants and flowers can be very important in attracting the Chi energy to work for your benefit.
This is really amazing – many Feng Shui experts around the world say that all evergreen plants radiate good energy that positively affects all areas of life, especially the area of business. And they also say that one of the most popular plants, for which is believed that it can bring good luck, wonderful friendships and material wealth is Crassula Ovata, also known as Jade Plant, Lucky Plant, Money Plant, Pink Joy and Dollar Tree. You will love this plant, not only because it is beautiful, but because it is very resilient and easy to look after.
You should also know that this evergreen plant is native to Africa, but it has become a very popular and well-loved houseplant all over the world. Its beautiful jade-green leaves are oval-shaped and resemble coins. Its leaves are thick, glossy and smooth and they store water. This amazing plant can produce small white or pink flowers that resemble stars in early spring. Note: depending on the level of sunlight, the leaves can get a pretty red color on their edges.