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Top 10 Plants For a Green Diwali

  • By Urvann

Deepawali, the dazzling festival of Lights, is a time of joy, celebration, and reconnecting with your family and friends. Traditionally, the festival marks the victory of light over darkness, and good over evil, when Lord Ram, Sita, and Laxman returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. The spirit of Diwali is unmatched, we start by cleaning our houses and then start decorating them to welcome Diwali. 

This Diwali, let us embrace the green side of life and adorn our spaces with nature that brightens up our homes and promotes health and prosperity. 

Here are 10 plants that imbibe the spirit of the festive season.

Money Plant 

Money plant or the ‘Pothos Plant’, is believed to bring prosperity and wealth into your life. The heart-shaped leaves symbolize love and good fortune, making it a perfect choice to decorate your house on Diwali. 

Lucky Bamboo 

The Lucky Bamboo is considered to be a lucky plant according to Feng Shui and Vastu Shastra. Adorning your home with this beautiful plant with vibrant green leaves and stalks is said to bring resilience, strength, and good luck. The plant brings a sense of calm and positivity to your surroundings.


Tulsi plant or the ‘Holy Basil’, is a sacred plant of the Hindu cultures and commonly found in most Indian households. The plant is believed to protect your home from negative energies. Plus, the aromatic leaves of the plant are widely used in cuisines and will be a fragrant addition to your Diwali festivities. 


The sweet fragrances of the Jasmine flowers are synonymous with Diwali decorations. Place a few Jasmine or Mogra plants at the entrance of your home and other places that receive sunlight, and welcome guests with its enchanting scent and positive vibes.

Aloe Vera 

The Aloe Vera plant is a succulent that has incredible healing properties for the skin. Visually, the plant has stunning, lance-shaped fleshy leaves that could add a unique element to your Diwali decor. This hardy plant can also be placed indoors for a few days and it will still thrive.

Peace Lily 

The Peace-lily plant is a delicate plant known for its air-purifying qualities and its calming white blooms. It is a reminder to find peace during the hustle and bustle of Diwali celebrations. This humble, green companion is a beautiful addition to your Diwali decor.


While the Neem plant may not be a common choice for Diwali, we recommend this plant for its powerful aura that is known to ward off insects, purify the air, and provide medicinal benefits. Choosing this plant as part of Diwali decorations will send out a message of purity and cleansing to your guests.


The Schefflera plant is a must-have when you think of decking up your home for Diwali celebrations. Also known as the ‘Umbrella plant’, this humble plant has a unique appearance and makes it an eye-catching addition to your Diwali decorations.

Spider Plant

The Spider plant is believed to bring happiness and good luck to your home. The long arching leaves of this beautiful plant resemble fireworks and are just perfect for decorating your home on Diwali.


Lavender is not just a beautiful plant to look at but is also renowned for its calming and stress-relieving properties. The purple blooms of the plant add a pop of color to your Diwali decorations and its soothing, sweet fragrance will help you relax after a day of festivities.


As you start your preparations for Diwali consider incorporating these plants into your decorations. Whether you are a seasoned gardener or a newbie, these plants are very easy to care for and will add an extra layer of vibrancy and festive vibes to your home during the festival.

Remember to place your plants strategically, such as near entrances and the central areas of your home. Water your plants regularly, provide proper sunlight, and nourish them with love and care to ensure they thrive and spread joy and cheer all around this festive season.

This Deepawali, let us celebrate the glow of diyas, candles, and lights with the soft, soothing presence of nature. Plants are living symbols of luck, prosperity, health, love, and a blossoming future. 

Happy Diwali!

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