ka_khan wrote:There is a popular belief if money plant thrives well it brings prosperity. Hence, the good growth of Scindapsus aureus in any household is an indicator of wealth. Conversely, if growth of the money plant is stunted or retarded, it indicates financial crisis ahead for inhabitants. It is understood that plant is called money plant because its leaves (round, flat, heart-shaped, dark green and plump) resembles with the coins. Growing nature of the plant shows that money plant is a perennial climber and young plants bear three-four inches long heart-shaped leaves.
According to a popular belief, money plant loses its significance if it is planted by borrowing the cuttings. However, chances stand slim that someone will agree to give you cuttings from the plants growing in one's house. Giving money plant or its cutting to others symbolizes giving your wealth to them. House owner gets more money or becomes richer if this plant is propagated using stolen branches (cuttings). Hence, if you are gifting money plant to your loved one it simply mean you are inheriting your wealth. According to another belief, person from whom house the branches are cut stands to loose his money.
Positive energy is activated by plants in our day to day life. Vaastu experts recommend planting of money plant inside the house as it brings good luck to the house.Vastu do not recommend growing money plant outside in the garden using support of a tree.
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