Why you should not plant thuja trees at the summer house: an explanation
Thuja trees are popular ornamental conifers that are often chosen to decorate their yard. However, superstitious owners avoid this tree because they believe that it can attract bad luck and misfortune to the house.
OBOZ.UA took a closer look at this issue. Thuja is most often used as a hedge in the country because of its green color both in winter and the fall.
The conifer also releases substances that negatively affect pests, fungus and other diseases, so you don't have to worry about the condition of the soil and don't have to devote a lot of time and effort to growing it.
But despite these advantages, superstitious people try to avoid such plants in their yards. This is because thuja are often planted in cemeteries, which already evokes a negative association and bad feelings.
People also believe that the person who planted the thuja will definitely get sick after the tree gets stronger, starts growing and developing. The disease can be so terrible that it can even lead to death.
According to the belief, this coniferous tree takes away the strength, health and energy of the owner.