Best Plants to Gift to Guru and Monk
From vibrant Chinese red Aglaonema to air purifying Jade— and countless Peace Lilies in between. Here are the plants popping up as easy contenders to add a splash of green hue for reviving that cherished connection with your teacher, your mentor: your guru!
Plants to Gift to your Guru
I like giving gifts and receiving gifts— to and from the people I love and admire. It is a commendable thoughtful and a selflessly reflective act; blocking out our calendars and unjumbling every little detail we know about them into something palpable—a present. Isn’t life all about handpicking? — selecting moments from the plethora of seasons, finding connection and meaning? Marking our compasses with their rejoicing words of encouragement, teachers are the guiding light of our ecosystems.
Our good, bad and ugly, they’ve seen it all, together. The bond celebrating our personal sorrows and victories! And we ought to celebrate this bond of togetherness.
Read on to find and explore our collection of 10 Best Plants to Gift Your Guru.
Role of Plants in Guru and Monk Traditions
Adding a splash of green to our life will by all means replenish any due love and care we couldn’t fill in during the time that passed.
Plants symbolise a very unique aspect of life, as they not only help you to grow as a better person but also help you to attain mental peace and material prosperity as well as clarity.
My favourite flowering plant is an exotic orchid! Yours might be a Rose. But it is very important to keep the receiver's preference in mind before giving them a plant: their living space, level of experience in taking care of plants and most importantly, providing subordinate care instructions alongside can be a thoughtful touch!
Top 10 plants to gift for Gurus And Monk
1. ZZ Green
With its significant textured leaves, vibrant fresh look and succulent stems, the ZZ Green Plant is a great gifting idea. Seeking a lucky day? The ZZ Green is acknowledged to bring support and luck surrounding its placement.
Pro tip: Water every 2 to 3 weeks; allow the soil to dry.
Gift our one of the low- maintenance plants that can survive in low light condition. ZZ Green is acknowledged to bring support and luck surrounding its placement.
2. Jade Plant
All visible wealth is never depleted. Attracting wealth and a streak of good fortune should be left to the Jade plant and picking one should be left to you. Fingers crossed! A Jade plant is a succulent after all and so is easy to maintain and has minimal nourishing necessities.
Pro tip: Water your Jade sparingly.
It is known to bring good luck, prosperity and positive energy into your home. It is one of the most low maintenance plant with minimal nourishing necessities.
Also Read: Easy to Care Indoor Plants
Gift a Jade mini plant to Guru. Jade mini has a miniature tree like appearance that thrives in full sun with minimal care.
3. Pink Aglaonema
For all the Feng Shui fanatics, this Chinese evergreen charm radiates positivity and certitude. If that is where you would like to take your bond forward to, we have got you covered— these plants are easy to maintain. Pink Aglaonema is known to purify the surrounding air, as it breathes.
Pro tip: Keep the plant in filtered light to see its gorgeous coloured leaves thriving.
Buy the best colorful indoor plant to gift to monk. It is an easy-care plant with a long life.
4. Money Plant
Aquariums. Corners. Windowsills. Keep your Money plant anywhere. Deriving its designation —as the Money plant; from the legend of a man who prayed for money, and became rich by growing multiple trees from one; Money plant is regarded to bring in success and prosperity. The Indian Vastu Shastra and the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui regard money plants to bring in good luck and prosperity.
Pro tip : Avoid excess watering to prevent the roots from rotting away.
It is known to bring good luck, prosperity and positive energy into your home. It is one of the most low maintenance plant. A perfect gift for your Gurus or monks.
Also Read: Best Indoor Plants as per Vastu
5. Snake Plant
The snake plant is known to have a swathed aura of good luck and positivity around it. Snake plants are undemanding and are easy to upkeep. Taking care of plants is often easier said than done. For anyone who does not have any plant caring experience previously, having a Snake plant might be a good place to start. Take a look at this black and white snake plant duo.
Pro Tip: Occasionally, wipe off the large flat leaves of your Snake plant to prevent dust accumulation.
Gift an elegant snake plant futura superba to your Guru!
6. Peace Lilies
Symbolising virtue and purity by the colour of its leaves. If you plan on giving the gift of healing hope and prosperity, peace lilies can be the way to go! Known as a representation of calmness, order, harmony it is a perfect gift, adding a feeling and an aesthetic appeal of a couthy wee tavern to surrounding spaces.
Pro tip: Keep Peace lilies in direct sunlight.
This plant is well-known to bring peace and harmony into your home. It is the gift of healing, hope and prosperity. it helps to clean the air & easy to care.
Also Read: Benefits of Peace Lilies
Give a symbol of peace and purity, gift a Peace Lily!
7. Ficus Bonsai Ginseng
Native to the Asian tropical lands and known to grow for about 31 cm to 60 cm as an indoor houseplant, Ficus Bonsai Ginseng, symbolises consonance and accord. It surely is a unique gifting idea for anyone who loves plants. However, it is important to keep in mind Ficus Bonsai can go quiescent and can be incredibly slow growing, a plant for novices as it has minimal up keeping requirements— being a tropical plant it needs sufficient indirect sunlight to grow properly.
Pro tip: Misting can help to meet the humidity demands of the plant.
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8. Adenium Desert Rose
Easy-peasy lemon squeezy. Talk about a practical plant, talk about Adenium Desert Rose. It is known to bring in good luck, abundance and prosperity. This no fuss, easy to maintain plant is a perfect gift for someone who forgets (or might forget) watering their plants.
Pro tip: Allow it to receive at least 4 hours of direct sunlight in a day.
Gift our best selling stunning flowering plant that thrives in bright light conditions. Adding an Adenium plant to your living room brings a touch of exotic beauty. It is known to bring good luck and prosperity.
9. Anthurium Pink
Want to delight a rare find? This plant called Anthurium Pink would be a perfect gift for your special one. This prime pink plant represents femininity. Allegorically, flowers of the plant are believed to symbolise Cupid's arrows in Greek mythology, they remove pollutants and clean air.
Pro tip: Anthuriums are easy to grow and thrive in partial sunlight.
Gift your Gurus or Monk an Anthurium mini red. It symbolizes love, happiness and positive energy. This plant will not only liven up the area but will help purify the air.
10. Baby Rubber Plant Red Edge
Relationships are all about everlasting joy and support and there is no other marker better than the Baby Rubber Plant Red Edge. This plant is known to bring in good luck and adds a relaxed aesthetic charm by creating an effect of lightness and dilution in spaces.
Pro tip: Keep the plant in low to medium direct sunlight.
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To Sum Up
That wraps up our list of 11 good luck plants to give to your mentor, your guru. What’s old can be made new again, our favourite time with our loved ones is upon us. We might not tell our true feelings to our loved ones on a call or a text but our gifts can.
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