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Top 10 Most Auspicious Feng Shui Flowers in the World

Many people enjoy cultivating flowers. While flowers can beautify the environment, one must not cultivate them blindly. Choosing the right flowers can enhance one’s luck and Feng Shui. So, which flowers are best for home Feng Shui? This article ranks the top ten flowers in the world for enhancing Feng Shui. These include Perennial flowers, […]

Many people enjoy cultivating flowers. While flowers can beautify the environment, one must not cultivate them blindly. Choosing the right flowers can enhance one’s luck and Feng Shui. So, which flowers are best for home Feng Shui?

This article ranks the top ten flowers in the world for enhancing Feng Shui. These include Perennial flowers, Dragon Fruit flowers, Mangosteen flowers, Clivia, Roses, Lilies, Rhododendrons, Tuberose, Orchids, Narcissus, Peach Blossoms, and Xiankelai. Let’s explore them together.

1. Perennial Flower

The Perennial Flower is a succulent potted plant with a long flowering period and high ornamental value. In terms of Feng Shui, it symbolizes vitality and prosperity. It is associated with health, longevity, and wealth. If there are elderly people at home, it can also symbolize their increased lifespan and fortune.

Keeping it in the living room or bedroom has numerous benefits. In the living room, it can purify the air, and in the bedroom, it can contribute to a healthy sleep for the family members.

2. Dragon Fruit Flower

Also known as Dragon Bone Flower, this is a cactus type potted plant. The Dragon Fruit Flower is another plant symbolizing vitality in Feng Shui.

Its unique appearance, with a straight and upright stem resembling a dragon’s spine, symbolizes power and has a strong resistance to external evils. The thorns on the plant symbolize the ability to suppress evil spirits, and its color can influence the energy of the house.

Additionally, it can absorb harmful substances like formaldehyde and benzene. In my opinion, it’s particularly suitable for friends who have recently renovated or moved into new homes.

3. Mangosteen Flower

The Mangosteen Flower is a perennial herbaceous plant. Its stems and leaves resemble a mini version of bamboo, and it doesn’t grow taller than a foot. The flower crown is as large as a one-dollar coin and comes in white, pink, red, and purple colors.

The flowers are single-petaled with serrated, oval-shaped petals. Six petals tightly form a circle, with two stamen resembling butterfly antennae in the middle.

According to Feng Shui, the Mangosteen Flower promotes scholastic luck and indoor cultivation can help enhance and improve the owner’s thinking ability.

4. Clivia

Clivia, a member of the Amaryllidaceae family, is highly ornamental. In Feng Shui, it represents the spirit of humility and indomitable pride, symbolizing a noble gentleman. When it flowers at home, it suggests prosperity, and if it blooms early, it signifies upcoming good fortune.

In addition, Clivia can purify the air at home, absorb formaldehyde, eliminate toxic gases, making the living environment fresher and healthier.

5. Roses

Roses, a type of shrub from the Rosaceae family, are known for their vibrant and diverse beauty. Despite their beauty, they’re recognized for their thorny stems, symbolizing resilience and inviolability, hence the name “thorn rose”.

Roses have a delightful scent, robust vitality, and are easy to propagate and cultivate. As potted plants, they not only embellish the balcony scenery but also have the ability to ward off evil spirits. The thorns on the stem symbolize their ability to suppress negative energies.

They are particularly suitable for homes with many women, as they are attractive, practical, and easy to maintain.

6. Lilies

Lilies are perennial herbs. Since the bulb of the lily is formed by overlapping scales, it represents “a hundred years of good unity” and “agreement in all matters”.

Hence, lilies generally symbolize harmony and a hundred years of good unity. They are also known as the flowers of wealth and are usually kept indoors.

Not only do they have the Feng Shui function of attracting wealth, but they also beautify the environment and purify the air, making them suitable for potted cultivation.

7. Rhododendron

Rhododendron, also known as Azalea or Mountain Pomegranate, is an evergreen or usually green shrub. It blooms large flowers in various colors, with dense, prickly leaves.

It’s easy to plant and renowned for its high ornamental value. In May 1985, the Rhododendron was named one of China’s top ten famous flowers.

It’s also one of the twelve types of wealth-attracting flowers and a great plant for dispelling negative energies. If properly maintained at home, it can significantly enhance Feng Shui.

8. Anthurium

Also known as Red Palm, the Anthurium is a vibrant plant, with a golden flower sequence symbolizing wealth, prosperity, and good fortune.

The fleshy golden flower sequence in the middle signifies the attraction of wealth. Keeping it indoors can have a wealth-attracting Feng Shui effect. If the family faces difficulties, placing one in the living room can help dispel unpleasant negative energies, bring good luck, and gather energy to create a festive and thriving Feng Shui situation.

Reminder: the juice in the Red Palm is toxic, so care must be taken during cultivation.

9. Orchid

Chinese people have always considered orchids as symbols of nobility and elegance, ranking them alongside “plum, bamboo, and chrysanthemum” as “The Four Gentlemen”.

Their elegant qualities can enhance the sophisticated ambiance of a home. Apart from beautifying the home, cultivating orchids can also adjust the Feng Shui.

The elegance of the orchid can ward off negative energies, filling the house with noble positivity, preventing negative influences and ensuring the family lives a safe and healthy life.

10. Narcissus

The Narcissus, also known as Chinese Narcissus, is a variant of the multi-flowered Narcissus and is a perennial herb in the Amaryllidaceae family.

Narcissus is generally grown in water, but it can also be potted and placed on a balcony to enhance the surroundings. In terms of Feng Shui, the Narcissus is elegantly fresh and can help individuals overcome disasters and difficulties, resolving various adversities.

Cultivating Narcissus at home for an extended period can also stimulate good fortune, with substantial enhancements to wealth, career, and health prospects.

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Founder of FlowersLib

Peggie was once a high school mathematics teacher, but she set aside her chalkboard and textbooks to follow her lifelong passion for flowers. After years of dedication and learning, she not only established a thriving flower shop but also founded this blog, “Flowers Library”. If you have any questions or wish to learn more about flowers, feel free to contact Peggie.

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