Apply Feng Shui in Your Garden

Feng Shui is a form of ancient Eastern thought. By its form and composition, seeks harmony in the environment, proper distribution of power and peace in the places they live. In pursuit of these objectives, the Feng Shui has certain forms, especially the location of the elements, in order to achieve these purposes, harmonious and peaceful environments.
In the first instance, the most important is the direction of the garden. The orientation or positional sense of the farm are important. Both the northeast and east, are cardinal adequate and conducive to growth and nutrition of the vegetation, plants and fruits, as the energies and forces are connected to bear fruit and flourish.

Features of the garden

The orchards and farms, usually are made based on straight lines and style network. Roads and trails are perpendicular step and planted strips.
In the case of Feng Shui, these aspects of form and shape of the garden are different. With Feng Shui gardens have different shapes.The planting and seed lines, like roads and paths crossing and travel, are characterized by sinuous, curved, and aesthetically elegant. This is perfect for walking and enjoyment, a similar path of growth of plants.

Negative elements to the garden, Feng Shui

There are some negative elements that obstruct and hinder the growth and harmony of the garden environment. The walls, high walls, electric wires or antennas are some of the elements that hinder the natural flowering of the plants. On the other hand, also the corners and left fields or disordered in a garden, can work negatively, like dried plants or waste.


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