The Feng Shui Garden Basics

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 - Feng Shui
The Feng Shui Garden Basics – Feng Shui can be confusing if you are looking for your information on the internet. One reason for this is that there are several different types of Feng Shui, so you may see ideas that seem to be in conflict with one another. Hence, unless you are planning to become an expert in the field of Feng Shui, I say simple is best.

Thus, include the five quintessential elements in your garden and enjoy the harmony you have created. The elements are water, wood, fire, metal, and earth. These can be easily incorporated in the following ways. Bring water into the scene with bird baths, fountains, or ponds. Wood is easily included too with a bench, plant boxes, or a gazebo. Get fire involved with torches, candles and fire pits. Wind chimes, decorative objects and chairs in metal also work well in a garden design. Finally, enhance the earth that is already in the space with additional boulders and dynamic clay containers.
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