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LUCKY Plants To Buy For Chinese New Year In Singapore To IMPROVE Your Luck

You might have seen some families sprucing up their homes by snapping up fresh flowers and plants for Chinese New Year.

Why? Flower blossoms are believed to bring fortune, according to a popular Chinese saying, which means “blossom flowers bring wealth”. While some nurseries are churning out fun animal-themed products this year, others are sticking to time-honoured Chinese New Year plant classics like kumquats and lime trees, pussy willows, money plants and kalanchoes, which are popular for their auspicious-sounding names or colours.

Here are some other CNY lucky plants that are popular in Singapore:

Be sure to snag them up quick before they’re gone!

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By Natasha Ann Zachariah, The Straits Times, January 2016 / Additional Reporting: Young Parents staff, January 2018 / Updated January 2020 / Updated by Willaine G. Tan, January 2021.

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