Find Lucky Plant For Your Zodiac Sign (Rashi)!

For centuries man has observed the plant cycle and how it impacts the humans. According to astrologers planets, constellations, people and plant are made of the same ‘elements, i.e. fire, air, water, and earth and the energies. All these establish that there is a connection between the Universe and nature and therefore plants and humans. Plants not only protect the environment but works to reduce or maximize its good or bad effects on people. They also have the capacity of changing the planetary conditions affecting a person. This article gives you the names of a few plants associated with the zodiac signs or rasis and how they aid them to bring positivity and good luck.


Fire sign, planet Mars. The plants are often thorny and prickly with spicy or bitter flavor. The plants used for this sign are blood purifiers, adrenaline gland stimulants and high in iron.

Plants: Red Sandalwood, Red roses, Tiger lily, Tapioca, Calendula, etc.



Earth sign, planet Venus. Plants for Taurus are gorgeous flowers with enticing fragrance. Plants are there to help calm the bull and harmonize the system.

Plants: Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Parijat, Carissa, Fuchsia etc.



Air sign, planet Mercury. Plants are ferny or have fuzzy leaves with subtle odor. They require plants that strengthen their nervous system, lungs and respiratory system.

Plants: Ferns, Mint tree, Mulberry, Anthurium, Fig, etc.



Water sign, planet Moon. Soft, moon-shaped leaves with lots of moisture content are the plant of their sign. Plants that aides their digestive system and the subconscious, and mood swings are recommended.

Plants: Lilies, Water Lilies, Mahogany, Nicotiana, Acai etc.




Fire sign, planet Sun. Plants are large with golden or orange color. Plants aiding in the cardiac system along with those that strengthen the spine, heart and blood pressure are recommended.

Plants: Hibiscus, Sunflower Tree, Passion Flower, Ashoka tree, Lemon tree etc.




Earth sign, planet Mercury. Plants with finely divided leaves with subtle odor are used that has high potassium content and helps in calming the nerves and reduces stress.

Plants: Amorphophallus, Catnip, Eranthemum, Aloe Vera, Blackberry etc.




Air sign, planet Venus. The plants are with gorgeous flowers with a nice fragrance. Plants that bring balance between the endocrine system, kidneys, and the bladder are recommended.

Plants: Jasmine, Juniper, Camelia, Magnolia Orchid etc.




Water sign, planets Mars and Pluto. Thorny plants often red in color and can grow in hard conditions. Plants that balance the hormone and urogenital system and colon are recommended.

Plants: Baobab, cacti & succulents, Dragon fruit, Jujube, Fire Bush etc.




Fire sign, planet Jupiter. Pleasant odor plants of a conspicuous size that aide in that strengthening the thighs, lower back and spine are used.

Plants: Sage, Cinnamon, Thistles, Peony, Jamul etc.




Earth sign, planet Saturn. Plants with few flowers and unpleasant smell are associated with this sign. Plants with high calcium content are recommended as the planet gives the body structure of a human.

Plants: Palms, Neem Tree, Bel fruit, Ginko, Desert Rose etc.




Air sign, planet Uranus. Plants of this sign grow in unusual places and have uncommon colors. Plants that aid blood circulation and relax the nervous system is recommended.

Plants: Birds of Paradise, White Pothos, Ivy, Eucalyptus, Coffee etc.




Water sign, planets Jupiter, Moon and Neptune.  Pisces plants often grow near the ocean and are hard to find and those with antibacterial qualities and strengthen the immune system are used.

Plants: English lavender, Coconut palm, Mangroves, Erythrina, Aquatic plants etc.





10 Best Plants To Bring Good Fortune To The Business

In Indian tradition there is Vastu Shastra, literal translation is ‘science of architecture’. The science is concerned with arranging the interiors of a house or a building in a manner that brings in positive energy and ousts the negative and the dark energy. Similarly in Chinese architectural system guidelines are there that intends to provide harmony with nature by arranging the living environment. Feng Shui attracts chi, the positive energy by balancing the yin and yang. The invisible energy of chi is believed to bind all living things together with the earth and cosmos and by bringing in its positivity it harnesses health, wealth and prosperity. One way of harnessing chi is by using certain plants. Here are 10 best plants that bring good fortune to the business.

  1. Money Plant (Pachira Aquatica)

This is a popular Feng Shui plant that is used in homes and business places to attract money. Pachira is native of Central and South America and belongs to Malvaceae family.


  1. Money Plant (Crassula Ovata)

Crassula harmonizes the human existence with his/her surrounding and produces positive energy. The plant’s round, smooth-edged and clustered leaves make it a favorite among the Feng Shui experts as such a plant structure is believed to be the best for attracting money and good fortune. Crassula is native of South America.


  1. Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Braunii)

For more than 5000 years this plant has been the symbol of luck and fortune in Asian culture. In Feng Shui bamboo is believed to create harmony between the five elements, i.e. earth, wood, fire, water and metal and brings in positivity.


  1. Golden Pothos (Epipremnum Aureum)

Popularly known as the money plant in India is a native of French Polynesia. The leaves are shiny and have different shades of green. As per Feng Shui, the plant brings in wealth and is commonly believed to bring luck, happiness, and prosperity.


  1. Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

Feng Shui considers it, as a fortune plant is a native of tropical America. This plant exudes positivity. In a study conducted by NASA, Spathiphyllum has properties that purify and cleans the contaminated air. It is a shade loves plant but needs little bright light too.


  1. Snake Plant (Sansevieria)

This is a popular houseplant that is considered to bring in good luck. Native to Africa with many different names like mother-in-law’s tongue, viper’s bowstring hemp etc. the plant improves indoor air quality by removing toxic elements.


  1. Aglaonema

This plant is native to South Asia and has many hybrid species that have different growing habits. While in Feng Shui this plant is believed to bring luck, NASA’s study has shown it removes indoor air pollutants.


  1. Spider Plant

Native to South Africa, this is more like a herb plant than a tree. Requires less maintenance and is believed to bring in good luck and fortune. The plant reduces stress and removes pollutants from the air.


  1. Fishtail Fern

The plant is native to Australia and New Guinea is one of the hardiest plants in the list and requires very little maintenance. The plant brings in good luck and fortune in the house.


10.Lemon Balm

The plant improves overall wellness, boosts mood and reduces stress. Native to Central Asia, lemon balm is an effective air purifier too. Can be grown as both indoor and outdoor plant that requires very little maintenance.



So if you want to tap into your good fortune, get one of these plants and put it in your house or business place and witness the difference.



Add a Splash of Natural Color with these 5 Plants!

Want the Mesmerizing fragrances and aesthetic look of Real Flowers? Go for Indoor Flowering Plants.

Flowers are the most creative and beautiful home décor materials .They come in infinite varieties and colors to suit varying tastes, climatic conditions and backgrounds. Traditionally , gardens are set up outside of any premises , but with changing scenario people have been falling in love with the idea of having a green and colorful corner inside their premises .This concept of Indoor flowering plants not only add the beauty to the Interiors but also comes with vast benefits of having plants around. Here is top 5 picks of Indoor Flowering Plants:

Areca Palm is a leafy green plant which is easily sustainable in any area having indirect sunlight, thus ideal to be used as Indoor Plant. It should be kept in small container so as to limit its size .It should be watered enough to keep the soil moist and some intervals should be there to make it little dry before next watering in winter. This plant is highly useful in eliminating xylene and toluene from air. It should be protected from direct sunlight, since that will make the leaves turn Yellow.



English Ivy is another option for making your Interior look colorful and vibrant. This plant need to be placed around window as it needs bright  light to look fresh, and in absence of that might attract pest.Watering should be done with due care , and soil should be let dry  for some time before watering it further. This beautiful green plant helps in cutting down airborne fecal-matter particles. It also aid in filtering formaldehyde which is often found in some household cleaning substances.


Aloe Vera is very useful plant with an extensive bunch of benefits. It filters out formaldehyde and benzene, commonly found in paints, cleaner and other toxic substances. It is used in treating various skin related problems. It should be kept in warm and dry conditions, so watering should only be done when the soil seems to be dry and not routinely. It should ideally be placed in a sunny window to survive; complete shady surrounding will kill the plant.


Indian Basil is commonly known as Tulsi. This plant needs no introduction, as it is not only grown but worshipped traditionally in Indian households. It can be planted in a simple pot, needs regular watering and a sunny surrounding to thrive. It has a lot of medicinal properties, and is very commonly used in tea in winters to avoid cold and cough. Also it filters the air and increases the air quality.


Spider Plant is another beautiful green beauty which derives its name due to its uniquely shaped leaves, which dangle in the same way as spider on web. The soil should be well drained and should not be soggy for fresh looking spider plant. It eliminates benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene, which is nothing but a solvent commonly used in leather, printing and rubber industry.


Above were some of the Indian flowering plants that will add some color to your garden.




Go Green This Diwali: Gift These 10 Unique Plants

Diwali is beginning of something auspicious, something new and for some cultures rises of the good over the evil. So this Diwali lets do something unique, let’s start saving the planet, all it takes is 1.35 billion people to plant a single tree. Instead of gifting material goods when you visit your friends or relatives’ houses go green gift a plant. This good wish gift for the Diwali will reflect your thought, warmth, and care. Gifting a bag of firecrackers and sparkles do have an excitement factor but it is for the moment and also is going out of trend. Gifting a plant is the ‘in-thing’, it’s unique and adds more value to not only the person’s life but the environment too.

In this festive season, the surroundings are already quite loud and polluted with the lightings, crackers and loud music. Hence returning to home after a hard day at work that has greenery, serenity and removes the toxicity of the air is the place to be. So instead of buying and gifting crackers that causes air pollution gives something that helps in purifying the air.


Here is a list of 10 plants that you can gift as a Diwali present:

  1. Peace Lily: This is a sturdy plant that produces white flowers that are long-lasting.
  2. Money Plant: Can be placed indoors, in the balcony or can be hanged too from a pot. A sturdy plant that is believed for bringing luck.
  3. Roses: It is a beauty by its own right and brightens up anywhere it is placed.
  4. Jade Plant: A sturdy plant is known for bringing good luck.
  5. Syngonium: It is a good air purifying plant.
  6. Snake Plant: Another sturdy plant that requires minimum maintenance but is a great air purifier.
  7. Dianthus: A lovely flowering plant that looks great in balconies and terraces.
  8. Dahlia: Another plant with beautiful and colourful flowers that can be placed in the garden, terrace or balcony.
  9. A mix of kitchen plants: It can be a mix of different kinds of herbs that are used in the kitchen.
  10. Aloe Vera: Medicinal, sturdy and requires very little maintenance, can be placed anywhere.


Since Diwali is also the time for many to celebrate the Lakshmi why not give gifts that attract wealth. There are many plants according to Vaastu Shastra that helps in bringing good luck, wealth and prosperity when they are kept at home.

There are several kinds and categories of plants that can be gifted. There are several plants that can be gifted for either indoors or outdoors. Categories they can be selected from are flowering plants, succulents, foliage, medicinal, seasonal, ornamental and tiny plants. Depending on to whom you are gifting you can decide whether to give garden, table, porch, terrace or balcony plants. But do remember that while many admire Bonsai for their beauty and size, some consider them to be unlucky too.

So at this auspicious occasion gift the item that is a living, breathing thing that will grow in front of your friend, relative, colleague or family member’s eyes. While out of 390,900 different types of plants we listed only 10 you can surely consider the rest for gifting.



Best 10 Bathroom Plants To Clean Germs, Bacteria And Airborne Pollutants

A bathroom is one place in the house that needs to be kept clean and tidy all the time, as it is the perfect place for a host of germs to breed in the humid low-light environment. While bathrooms are the perfect place for plants but you can face quite a few challenges keeping those plants alive due to temperature variation and poor ventilation. A bathroom faces more temperature variation than a normal place, be it getting too hot and humid while showering with hot water or get too cold when left for a long time. So one needs to be sure about the plants they put in the bathroom that can sustain such changes in temperature. Here are the best 10 bathroom plants that clean germs, bacteria, and airborne pollutants and they survive.


  1. English Ivy


Native to Europe is one of the most popular plants that remove airborne chemicals and other pollutants. It requires a cool and moderate humid environment with a temperature between 5 and 25 degrees to thrive.


  1. Golden Pothos


Also known as the money plant is native to French Polynesia is a popular houseplant in India. Quite a hardy plant that can survive in low light but goes into dormant in temperature low than 10 degree Celsius but never dies.


  1. Boston Fern


Can be found in swamps and a humid forest is efficient in removing indoor bacteria. One of the hardest plants that can survive in extreme conditions and poor lighting. Thrives in temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Fishtail Fern


Native to New Guinea and Australia is easy to care plant that does not require bright sunlight and does well in poor indoor light and conditions. Thrives in temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Kimberly Queen Fern


Native to Australia us a popular houseplant as it requires practically no maintenance. To thrive it requires moist soil with a temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Lemon Balm


Native to Central Asia helps with mental wellness, improves mood and reduces stress. Can survive under artificial light with a temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Snake Plant


Native to southern Asia that not only removes the air pollutants but even during the night releases oxygen. Does not require frequent watering and can survive in the arid environment and thrives in temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Bromeliads


Native to tropical America is hardy and drought tolerant. Exotic plant with different shapes can survive in temperature between 15 and 30 degree Celsius.


  1. Peace Lily


Thrives in a temperature between 10 and 20 degree Celsius removes airborne chemicals and other air pollutants. Can survive with the dry soil of 1 inch.


  1. Spider Plant


   Native to southern Africa is a popular houseplant and requires watering in every couple of months. Can survive in a temperature between 15 and 22 degree Celsius.


With these plants, you can turn your bathroom into a calm, germ-free space with spa-like feeling.  Bathroom plants not only gives the environment an exotic feel but fills it up with oxygen while removing the polluting agents and excess moisture, which is the best space for mold to grow.



10 Best Vastu Plants To Attract Good Fortune

A significant change in the mood, the balance of your house and garden can happen if you design it according to Vastu Shastra. The science of architecture is an ancient Indian tradition that helps in bringing in good fortune, health and prosperity to a place and in that study plants are included too. In this traditional study, the property is not only beautified with the positioning of things in the right direction and right spots but they harness the good energy while bars and blocks the negative energy. So while putting plants in your house while feeling close to nature try to get plants that would not only give you serenity but also good fortune.

Here are 10 best Vastu plants that attract good fortune.


  1. Tulsi


This aromatic herb is worshipped in India and found all around the year. Belongs to the species of basil is an aromatic perennial plant. The holy basil is native to India and has multiple health benefits.

  1. Jasmine


Native to Australasia, Oceania and subtropical regions of Eurasia can be found in 200 different species. The flowers of the plant have gorgeous fragrance and are often used of ornamentation. Jasmine is used for worshipping Lord Shiva in Hinduism and symbolizes various emotions.

  1. Plumeria


The flower of this plant has vivid color and has over 300 species. Mostly found in tropical regions of Mexico, Polynesia, Central America and other warm-temperate regions. The flowers have an immense fragrance.

  1. Aloe Vera


Has the most positive energy among all the Vastu plants. The plant is native of Sudan but grows in almost all climates. Aloe Vera is well known for its healing properties and purification of air.

  1. Money Plant


Most used plants in an Indian household can reduce stress, anxiety and even insomnia. Studies in NASA has revealed it has properties to purify air form the pollutants caused due to electrical radiation unlike any other plant

  1. Peace Lily


The plant is native to America and Southeast Asia’s tropical regions are well known for promoting wellness, positive energy and mental serenity. According to Vastu the plant has the capacity to discard negative and discordant energy and has protective vibration.

  1. Peony


Bright color, fragile flowers that symboliz optimism, new life, spring, and love are the trademark of Peony.  By placing them in the garden you can attract true love and romance. It is believed they also help in fostering meaningful relationships. Peonies are native to Europe, Asia, and Western North America.

  1. Parijat


Considered a divine tree with tales of romance about its origin. The plant is native to South Asia and Southeast Asia has many medicinal properties. The plant is believed to bring serenity, good luck, and peace in the house.


  1. Lotus


Lotus is native to Asia and can be found in many varieties. The plant and the flower are believed to strengthen mortality, and purity and is recommended to be placed at the entrance to attract enlightenment and wealth.

  • Kadam / Kadamba


Kadam is a tropical evergreen tree native to South and Southeast Asia. The tree is considered to be auspicious in Vastu and bars negativity from outside and attracts positivity and good fortune.


So next time when you buy a plant for your house consider these plants to attract and harness the good fortune with these natural beauties.





Did You Know That Plants Can Talk To Each Other?

We always considered plants to be our silent partners in this world of noise and sound. But wait a minute! According to a new study from Western Australia plants have been talking all along. The study shows remarkable new evidence that suggests they are neither deaf nor dumb; rather along with their feelings and reactions they produce a series of ‘click’ sounds from their roots to communicate with each other.

Researcher Monica Gagliano, who discovered that plants can talk is of the opinion that their communication is essential for the survival of the inter-flora community. Gagliano along with professor Stefano Muncaso of the University of Florence decided to undertake the study of seeing if plants could talk. They studied a young bunch of corn plants and eavesdropped on their roots. The things that they discovered was remarkable, i.e., the plants emit sounds regularly that is audible to the human ear, as the range is of 220Hz.

Since it was already a known fact that plants react to sunlight and use chemicals to communicate with each other in case of danger, Gagliano and Muncaso conducted a test. To the corn plants, they were studying the researcher introduced another new specimen of corn plants that were suspended in water. After a few days they found that towards the talking plants the listening plants were leaning.


What do Plants Talk To Each Other About?

There are many things they discuss and it is interesting and it has been found that they competitive too. Here are some things that the plants talk to each other about:


Increase your growth: Study has shown that plants secrete chemicals in the soil when planted in a crowded environment signaling the neighboring plants to grow aggressively so that they are not left behind in the shade.


Canopy shyness: It has been witnessed that plants alter their growth strategy when leaves and branches of one plant brush against another plant. Matured and older plants restraint their growth in such a condition experiencing ‘canopy shyness’ while the younger ones spurt their growth and expand rapidly.


They pick up cues: A study has shown that a plant boosts its growth in a stressed environment and leaves its chemical reaction behind informing its next generation. The study planted a new plant in the same soil after removing the original plant that was under stress and despite removing the stressor the new plant shows the same growth pattern. A plant that has not been grown in the stressed environment does not show that growth spurt.


W-waves: Plants warn each other about impending chopping down to its neighbor by emitting electric pulses called W waves.


Warning about aphid attacks: Plants also warn one another with fungi that is thread-line filament connecting the roots about possible aphid attacks.

Plants have a complex communication system that researchers and scientists are learning about in the recent times. According to Gagliano, they are like animals but their communication becomes more interesting because they cannot move. Scientists hope that with time and their eavesdropping they get to learn more about what the plants talk about and how we can communicate with them.