Feng Shui Garden

feng shui garden with asian pergola with roof

By planting a garden according to the principles of feng shui, you encourage chi to flow throughout the space to bring all five elements into harmony. Feng shui can be used to map out an entire garden. Trees, flowers, utility sheds and garbage cans are all taken into account and have their respective places within an overall plan. This helps energy to flow through a property and allows positive energy to come into your life. There are also several feng shui garden ideas. One example is garden water feature. A garden water feature, such as a gurgling fountain, summons good chi. But if the water is allowed to sit stagnant or collect debris, it has the opposite effect. Replace still water, like that of birdbath, with clean, fresh water as required. And keep scale in mind; no one feature or element of your garden, from thorny plants to wind chimes to ponds, should seem to overpower the other for balance and harmony.

Harmonize Your Yard With Feng Shui Landscaping

Harmonize Your Yard With Feng Shui Landscaping

Feng Shui Bathroom Design

Feng Shui Bathroom Design

Outdoor Bog Garden

Outdoor Bog Garden

Ideal Feng Shui Bedroom Layout

Ideal Feng Shui Bedroom Layout

The Gardens With Koi Ponds

The Gardens With Koi Ponds

Garden Water Fountains

Garden Water Fountains