The Flower of Solitude: Why You Can’t Grow Violets at Home

Many women like to grow violets (senpollias) in their homes. Beautiful blooms, a riot of color, and delicate leaves – such a plant seems to be a great option for decorating apartments. However, not everyone knows what the violet flower means in the home. It turns out that the violet is the flower of a single woman.

In this article, you will learn what happens in homes where there are senpollias, how the violet affects personal life, and whether there are benefits in growing such a flower. It turns out that keeping violets in the house is bad luck.

Why you should not grow violets

According to beliefs, violets can bring loneliness. Women who want to find a husband should not grow these flowers. They can scare away the chosen one and lead to quarrels.

In addition, violets allegedly can even help enemies to put a curse on you. That is why you can not take the pole from strangers, especially women. Giving you a violet, an ill-wisher can pass with her “vow of celibacy.

What to do if there is already a violet in the house

Do not rush to throw away the flower, if it is already in your house. You just need to know where violets should stand in the apartment. For example, you should not leave flowers in the bedroom, there they can negatively affect your personal life.

Grow violets in the kitchen or in the hall. Firstly, there is more light, and senpollias need good light. And secondly, violets in the daytime, according to omens, do not pose any danger.

The positive effect of violets

And if it is already clear that violets are in the house – to loneliness if they are placed in the bedroom, then for many it remains a mystery, what can this flower be useful? Violets in the house, according to feng shui, bring wealth and fight quarrels. Put sensilla on a bright kitchen window, and you will notice that the house will be cozier, and your household will be smilier. So if you are still fascinated by the beauty of violets, but are afraid of the omens, choose a neutral place for them and admire the delicate blooms without harming your personal life.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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