Posts Tagged "feng shui gardens"

Good Feng Shui Container Gardening

Posted by on Jul 22, 2011 in Feng Shui | 6 comments

Those born in Hare year are gentle artistic souls, content to live peacefully in the abundance of nature’s beauty. This summer of Hare year 2011 is the perfect time to beautify your environment with soft lush greenery. But what to do with an area that is basically just cement? Or a plain cement sidewalk, empty parking area, or any place with disconnected feng shui? Create good feng shui by adding healthy greenery; bring life to barren hard cement. The Moon is in the Earth sign Taurus this weekend Friday July 22 through Sunday July 24. Greenery does well when planted during an Earth...

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Feng Shui Gardens in San Francisco: A Lady Bug Adventure

Posted by on May 26, 2011 in Animals, Feng Shui | 0 comments

People always ask me for feng shui landscaping tips because San Francisco is made up of so many micro-climates. To start, get inspiration about what to plant by walking around the block to observe which plants are happy and thriving. That will give you ideas about what plants grow well right where you live. Yes, peony bushes are both lovely and lucky in feng shui, especially in your relationship area, but not if peonies won’t grow where you plant them! The garden in my yard started out as a bare cement slab. My neighbor James is a gardener, so we went up to the roof and looked at the...

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