5 Plants That Should Not Be Kept At Home

5 Plants that should not be kept at home
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Plants are known to activate the flow of positive energy, enhance prosperity, and bring good luck as well as success in the surrounding environment. But according to Feng Shui and Vedic Sciences, there are certain plants which are known to reverse this effect.

Here are 5 plants which should NOT be kept at home:

  • Bonsai:

5 Plants that should not be kept at home - bonsai

These small plants look extremely beautiful when placed in the corner rooms but they certainly are not good for growth and prosperity of family or work. According to Vedic sciences, Bonsai trees are considered as a symbol of slow growth and progress. Come to think of it,  the plant itself takes years to grow.

  • Plants with Red flowers:

5 Plants that should not be kept at home - bonsai

According to Feng Shui, plants with red flowers should never be kept in your home or office. They are known as suppressors of the positive vibes and energy. It is better to keep these plants in the garden area.

  • Tamarind and Myrtle

5 Plants that should not be kept at home - bonsai

These plants are known to attract evil spirits and extreme negative vibes. Therefore, you should avoid building (or buying) a house or building where such plants or trees are present.

  • Cactus:

5 Plants that should not be kept at home - bonsai

Thorny plants like cacti or Babul are considered unlucky. According to Feng Shui and Vedic Sciences, the thorny look of these plants is known to increase disputes and flow of negative vibes in your house.

  • Dead Plants:

5 Plants that should not be kept at home - bonsai

Flowers and Plants are known to enhance the health and positivity in a house. Additionally, they can add the touch of beauty and prosperity in a dull place. On the other hand, placing dead plants is considered inauspicious and a symbol of bad luck for your home.

About Kanika Gautam 126 Articles
I am an ardent writer and a serial blogger in addition to being the founder of yourmotivationguru.com where I write about growing the happiness ratio of your life. I am also a technologist, bibliophile, speaker, educator and writer.

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