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Plants play an important role in deciding the Vastu of a place affecting the same indirectly. It has been stated, observed and verified that a number of plants, if planted properly as per ancient rules, creates favourable effects and reduces the Vaastu defects. On the contrary, presences of a few plants at a place produce adverse effects upon the residents. Vaastu-affecting few plants are being discussed below:-

•    Presence of plants in a residential as well as in a commercial unit is always favourable.
•    Huge and dense plants should never be planted in North or East. Presence of such plants towards south or west is good.
•    Garden should never be towards south-east or south-west. It creates undue tensions or problems.
•    If a plant is just in front of the main gate, it creates "Dwarbedh". It should be shifted or removed according to the rules mentioned in the scriptures (Some rules have been given in this article also).
•    No plant should be planted exactly in front of the house touching the median axis.
•    There should not be any of the "Palas", "Kanchana" Sleshmantaka", "Arjun" and "Karanji" plants within the limits of a house. If any of them are already present they should be removed according to the method shown in our religious scriptures.
•    Any kind of thorny succulent plants and exhibited as showy plants anywhere in the house bring tension and fraction in relations.
•    "Ber" the ziziphus plant should be nourished uto a certain limit. It increases enmity.
•    Latex bearing plants like "Madar" are not good within the limits of house, but if they are adjacent to the boundary in any direction outside, be sure to obtain favourable results.
•    A Basil plant within the house limits is very positive.  
•    People related to educational fields should plant and nourish "Amalaka", "Pakar", "Paras Peepal" and "Udumbara" plants in proper directions.
•    Businessman should plant 'Sirish', 'Neem' and 'Bilva' towards north within the limits.
•    'Kshatriyas' should grow the plants of 'Sabja', 'Sudarshan', Madhuka, Panas and Eucalyptus' within the house limits.
•    People other than Brahmins, Vaishyas and Kshatriyas should plant Amaltas, Moulshri and Palm trees.
•    'Bilva' plant, if planted in west direction, provides prosperity to the owner.
•    'Bamboo' (Bansa) should not be grown within the house limits of the house or factory.
•    'Madhuka' plant, if planted in West, provides progress. The same result is obtained when 'Udumbara' or 'Panas' is planted in the South direction.
•    Denser and woody plants, except the few specified above, should be planted mostly in the North, within the boundary.
•    Any kind of climber rising form bottom to top is favorable. For example, upward movement of money plants is good.
•    'Kanakchampa' in the North brings virtue and wealth.
•    'Peepal' should not be present towards the East and 'Banyan' tree not towards the West within limits. The vice versa condition is favourable. But one should avoid growing these within the boundary of the house. If they grow naturally in the limits of a residential area, they should be shifted and re-planted to any suitable open place. However within the limits of a factory, they should be nourished well when they grow in favourable direction.
•    Coconut' plant is favourable when planted in favourable direction.
•    'Banana' plant is too favourable within the house limits.

Removal of a plant at a place should only be done according to the rules described in our ancient literatures, for example there is a simple rule according to which, to remove a plant 10 new plants should be planted before and then the step of removal should be undertaken and all those which are planted instead of, should also be protected till they begin to grow independently.

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