Your Surroundings For Health, Wealth, Prosperity & Vitality
Of Plants For Various Directions
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Fengshui is quite important and essential to invite good
CHI into your main door or the house. A well maintained
Garden reflects the energy of the Building and the
occupants. Few suggestions and tips for Good Garden
Fengshui and Flowers to energize the home are given
Keep the front of your house with a nice garden space
and a neat pathway. Placing kerbstones and getting a
meandering pathway is very good to channelise
"CHI" into your home. Do not plant trees very
close to the house or in line with main door as they
block entry of "CHI".
Trees very tall and overshadowing the house on the West
are considered bad Feng Shui as it implies "Tigers
waiting to pounce". Good trees are Magnolias,
Apple, Willows and Maples.
A healthy garden conducts good energy and is said to be
filled with the Cosmic Dragon's breath.
Colours of plants for the
various corners of the house:- Bright coloured flowers especially Red if the door
is facing South and has a garden in the front is
considered very auspicious. Have an open area
immediately in front of the door and do not put plants
in front of the main door.
Good Green and healthy plants in East and South East of
the garden area are considered good Feng Shui to enhance
wealth and luck.
Meaning of some Flowers:-
Flowers are often used as decorative piece and the
meaning is ignored.
We could utilize the energy of the flowers, shape, size
and colour to stimulate ourselves and move ahead towards
our goals and lead a better life.
Abutilon Hybridum - Chinese
These are bright yellow flowers, which symbolize mental
power and promise to realize our goals.
A golden yellow flower, which has a heavy creeper and
funnel, shaped flower is said to overcome obstacles.
Several colours of small waxy flowers with coloured
leaves will bring about a balance to stabilise oneself.
Also known as the Lady-of the Night are fragnant flowers
in small clusters ranging from cream to yellow and they
are said to help self-development.
Known as Madagascar Periwinkle has several striking
colours and are star shaped. They represent our presence
Also known as Florists Chrysanthemum has several colours
of medium to large doubleflowers representing powerful
In several colours with flat petals and hard center
Known as Larkspur are erect, dense in sky blue and other
colours aiding one to soar high and fly higher.
Known as Carnations in several colours represent ever
ready to help.
Known as Amazon Lily is a pure white fragrant flower
Known as Poinsettia in pink and red flowers represents
that Divinity has overcome the ego.
Known as Birds of Paradise is a spectacular orange,
yellow and blue flower resembling the head of a crested
bird representing the supramental bird which remains
where it has descended.
A bi-coloured flower represents enthusiasm in actions.
Rounded flowers in several colours represents spiritual
Known as Rama Tulsi or Krishna Tulsi, tiny leaves with
fragrance and medicinal value represent devotion without
seeking anything in return.
Fragrant white cup- shaped flower with multiple stamen,
yellow in colour at the center represents mental
Known as Tuberose is a white single flower, which are
extremely fragrant and represent strong lasting fragrant
rising towards the skies.
Known as Lotus, a sacred flower with pointed bud on long
stem opening into the large fragrant petals representing
pure and powerful divine consciousness.
Known as Orchid is an exquisite flower with five petals
and a central lip blooming in many colours representing
attachment to the divine.
Known as Violet is fragrant flowers, which are small and
purple in colour representing modesty.
Known as Water Lily blooms in many colours with numerous
petals and yellow centre representing Wealth.
Known as Peony, a fragrant rotate flower in many colours
is a beauty of Art and Love.
Known as Tulip blooms in many colours and forms and
represent trust and success.
Known as Chinese wool flower is long and feathery
representing aspiration for immortality.