SHUI GARDEN IDEAS
Introducing Feng Shui to your garden can really
enhance it. In my garden I always try to avoid too many straight lines.
My garden beds are curved and you will not find any sharp corners here.
To encourage wealth I have placed a water
feature in the South East. Consider planting red flowers in the South to
encourage a good social life.
You could plant bamboo in the East for good
Garden photo of a previous house
This photo was taken at
night, hence the quality.
Here I have used a very
inexpensive, very large plastic pot without holes.
I put in a couple of oxygenating
plants inside, a miniature water lily and even introduced a couple of small
goldfish, which lived very happily I may add.
I pushed into the ground
around the pot pieces of large bamboo and dug around base and placed cobbles
I really enjoyed doing
Again, garden photo
taken of the previous house.
I built that pond myself
which I will explain how in future entries.
But note, everything I
did was on a curve if possible.
You don't have to spend
lots of money to have a wonderful display. Here in England we have £1
shops. America probably has the same type of thing.
I bought some packets of
mixed seeds, Perennials, flowers that come up every year
and had the most beautiful
display last year. This year they are all appearing again. Was the best
£2 I have spent and received so much pleasure.