Who doesn’t want a garden in the house be it a small garden in the kitchen or a balcony garden? Nowadays we all are facing space issues when it comes to the garden if you are staying in large metropolitan cities.

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For some its a hobby whereas for others its a way to connect with nature. A good garden can enhance your beauty of the house and also spread positivity but what about blending your garden with feng shui principles.

A good Feng Shui design in your garden will help attract positivity, high-quality feng shui energy to your home, as well as delight all your senses.

But when it comes to a good feng shui design garden for your home office. Definitely the size of your garden is not the main criterion. The only purpose is to be surrounded by a big, lush garden.

But even if you only have a small space to work with, you can still create a good feng shui garden design by following these blog guidelines.

So let’s begin guys.

Allowing Positivity Vibes

All the spaces we are living in have both Postive and Negative vibes. When it comes to Feng Shui Garden Design, the flow of CHI is also very important in order to make the space vibrant and energetic.

Good Feng Shui Garden decor can be used in improving the energy flow. For example, a Feng Shui Water Fountain with floating golden bells is excellent for the money and abundance of energy. Keep this fountain in the southeast direction. Also, remember the water must be flowing it can’t be stagnant.

While a metal turtle is also a great protection feng shui cure for the north of your garden. You can also create a play area for your children in the garden. For that, the west direction is recommended by feng shui experts, as it is connected to the energy of children and creativity.

Another very effective way to incorporate positivity in the garden is to use Feng Shui Windchimes. They are a wonderful addition to any garden, as their gentle sound creates healing feng shui vibrations in the air.

There are a variety of wind chimes available in the market, started from metal to bamboo, with various symbols, colors, and numbers of strings. Where each element of the wind chime design plays a different role, in particular, the sound of the chime is always a deciding factor.

What are the best tools for Feng Shui Garden

The main feng shui tools used in creating a good feng shui garden design are the same tools you use in creating a good for Feng Shui Home/Living room and Feng Shui For Bedroom. You just need to understand the Bagua, or energy map of your home.

Feng Shui Garden Tools

Like your garden, Bagua is an extension of your home Bagua. You will also need to understand the Five Elements of Feng Shui theory and know-how to strengthen each area to bring auspicious energy.

The northeast area of your Feng Shui Garden is connected to the energy of personal growth and self-cultivation. And the feng shui element required in this area is Earth. So this could be an excellent area for a contemplative garden with beautiful rock formations.

Feng Shui Garden Tools

For enhancing the beauty of the garden you can add a water feature to your garden, excellent feng shui areas for water element energy are the southeast (money and abundance), the east (health and family), and the north (career and path in life).

Feng Shui Colors For Your Garden

As we have already discussed in the above section. In general, the north side of a garden, according to Feng Shui is the place where we can keep a water feature and some colored plants. Feng Shui also recommends bright colors for the south corner of your garden. These are some Gardening Feng Shui Principles.

Feng Shui Colors For Your Garden

These colors placed in the south create a favorable situation for attracting fame and social recognition for the garden owner. We can also keep scented flowers on the north side of the garden as this side is accounted for in the area of attracting helpful friends.

Feng Shui Garden Colors

For the placement of each colored plant and flowers, you can use the Feng Shui Bagua or mapping chart. The Bagua is your Feng Shui map which symbolizes how your environment is connected to your life.

Here are Nine Life Sectors of the Bagua are for life.

  • Career
  • Knowledge
  • Family
  • Wealth
  • Fame
  • Relationships
  • Children
  • Helpful People
  • Chi for overall health and well-being

Plant your garden to match the colors and shapes recommended for each area. Below is the matrix as per elements for adding the shapes and colors to your garden to activate specific attributes.

Fire Element
Ideal Shape – Triangle
Colors – Red, orange, purple
Feature- For happiness and reduce sadness
Use red, orange, and purple flowers, then add an outdoor fire pit and lanterns.
Iris, calla lily, birch trees, and spruce trees.

Earth Element
Ideal Shape – Square
Colors – Yellow
Feature – For stability, security, grounding
Use yellow flowers, and arrange rocks and clay pots around them.
Poppy, rose, boxwood, juniper.

Metal Element
Ideal Shape – Round
Colors – White, pastel
Feature – For control, acceptance, enlightenment
Use white flowers and decorate your garden with metal sculptures and wind chimes.
Lavender, hydrangea, globe thistle.

Water Element
Ideal Shape – Curved
Colors – Blue
Feature – Encourage relaxation, optimism, peace of mind
Use blue and purple flowers, and also create a pond or add a fountain, or birdbath.
Wisteria, hosta, butterfly bush.

Wood Element
Ideal Shape – Vertical
Colors – Green
Use green shrubs and trees, then place wooden benches, chairs, or a trellis in your backyard.
Feature – For growth, change, dreams
Trees and tall plants.

Always try to keep your Feng Shui garden-fresh, clutter-free, natural, and flowing. Remove all the dead plants and flowers for good energy

Feng Shui Ourdoor Plants For Good Garden

The Feng Shui garden is full of positive energy and provides the perfect harmony between you and nature. As we already discussed that the arrangments must be according to all the five elements. Here are some examples of the plants that best represent the five elements.

Feng Shui Flowers

Popular Feng Shui Outdoor Plants.

You can also read more about good Feng Shui Plants.

Element 1- Fire

Plants that are associated with the Fire

Feng Shui Garden Fire

We can identify Feng Shui Fire elements plants with red bark and foliage or those with triangular or conical leaves. The popular and the most beautiful example of this is the Japanese Maple tree also called as Acer palmatum.

Feng Shui Garden Fire
Japanese Maple

Japanese red cedar is also known as Cryptomeria Japonica. Other plants are which are preferred for Fire elements are red camellia, boxwood shrub, holly, peonies, geraniums.

Feng Shui Garden Fire
Red camellia

Element 2. Water

Plants that are associated with the water element

Feng Shui Garden water
Taro (Colocasia esculenta)

As the water is represented with the blue color, In Feng Shui the water element is also blue, violet, black. So using plants of these colors represent the water element. Here is some list of such plants that can bring water energy to your garden are Snake’s beard, Heuchera, taro sweet potato vine, iris, lily, and lotus.

Feng Shui Garden water
Heuchera micrantha
Feng Shui Garden water
Sweet Potato Vine

Element 3. Metal

Plants associated with metal.

Feng Shui Garden Metal

The metal element in the Feng Shui garden represents are mainly those with round or oval leaves and white flowers or of light golden brown colors. Few of the names are white hydrangeas, rhododendron, many species of hostas, gardenias, white mums, jasmine and dogwood tree represent the metal.

Feng Shui Garden Metal
Feng Shui Garden Metal
Dogwood Tree
Feng Shui Garden Metal
Hosta

Element 4. Earth

Plants that are associated with the Earth.

Feng Shui Garden Earth
Rudbeckia fulgida

Plants with the color yellow or of earthy tones represent the Earth element with square-shaped foliage in Feng Shui garden. A few of these plants are Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’, Japanese laurel, rhododendron, river birch (Betula nigra).

Feng Shui Garden Earth
Rhododendron
Feng Shui Garden Earth
Miscanthus
Feng Shui Garden Earth
Betula Nigra
Feng Shui Garden Earth
Aucuba japonica

Element 5. Wood

Plants that represent wood in the garden.

Feng Shui Garden Wood
Japanese bamboo

In Feng Shui plants with long thin stems and lush greenery best represent the wood element in the Feng-shui garden. Japanese bamboo Palms, pine trees are the plants well suited to represent the wood element in the garden.

Feng Shui Garden Wood
Rosemary

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Conclusion

In this article, we have discussed everything about how we can incorporate the good Feng Shui in the garden and how to enhance its beauty with the real purpose of gardening.

In Feng Shui, all the cures are doable and not required much time and money. The little advice and proper placements of the plan will change the overall vibe of your garden.

So please try these simple hacks for your garden and witness, feel the changed vibe overnight.

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