10 Hanging Plants That Attract Wealth

Jade Plant (Crassula Ovata):  This succulent is a popular choice for those looking to attract wealth.  The jade plant's plump, round leaves are said to symbolize coins and prosperity.  It's also easy to care for, making it a great choice for beginner plant owners. 

Money Plant (Epipremnum Aureum):  Also known as pothos, the money plant is another popular choice for attracting wealth.  Its trailing vines and heart-shaped leaves are said to symbolize good fortune and abundance.  Money plants are very easy to propagate, so you can easily share the wealth with friends and family.

Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena Sanderiana):   This plant is not actually a bamboo, but it is a popular symbol of good luck and prosperity in Chinese culture.  Lucky bamboo is often grown in water and can be braided or arranged in different configurations to enhance its feng shui benefits.

String of Pearls (Senecio Rowleyanus):  This delicate succulent has cascading vines of pea-shaped pearls.  In Feng Shui,  the round leaves are said to resemble coins, symbolizing wealth and prosperity.

Ribbon Plant (Chlorophytum Comosum):  Also known as spider plant, the ribbon plant is known for its long, cascading leaves that produce baby spiderettes.  These spiderettes are seen as a symbol of new beginnings and growth, which can be associated with increased wealth.

Hindu Rope Plant (Lygodium Microphyllum):   This unique fern has long, twirling vines that resemble ropes.  In Hindu culture, the rope plant is considered sacred and is said to bring good luck and fortune to the home.

Purple Heart (Tradescantia Pallida):   This vibrant plant has cascading vines of deep purple leaves.  The purple color is associated with royalty and prosperity in many cultures.

Burro's Tail (Sedum Morganianum):   This succulent has plump, tear-shaped leaves that resemble jade.  Burro's tail is said to symbolize good luck and wealth, and it's also easy to care for.

Crested Bird's Nest Fern (Asplenium Nidus):   This epiphytic fern has a unique birds nest-like shape.  In Feng Shui, the birds nest fern is said to symbolize prosperity and new beginnings.

Air Plants (Tillandsia spp.):   These unique plants don't need soil and can absorb moisture from the air.  Air plants are said to symbolize growth and new beginnings, which can be associated with increased wealth.