The Feng Shui Garden

feng shui garden

Feng Shui incorporates both compass directions and elements in its design style.  Each compass direction relates to a particular area in your life.
Use this guide to decorate your garden with flowers, garden décor,
sitting groups, and more.

The Beneficial Elements Cycle

Water helps Wood helps Fire helps Earth helps Metal

North – Water Element – Career

* Ponds, fountains, waterfalls, pools, hot tubs, etc
* Blue or black rock dry river beds
* Blue and black
* Helped by metal elements

Northeast – Earth Element – Spiritual Growth

* Sitting benches
* Crystals, rocks, etc
* Clay pots, clay statues
* Beige, tan, pastel yellows
* Helped by fire elements

East – Wood Element – Health & Family

* Trees, plants, bushes, etc
* Wood play centers
* Green and brown
* Helped by water elements

Southeast – Wood Element – Wealth

* Trees, plants, bushes, etc
* Green and brown
* Helped by water elements

South – Fire Element – Fame

* Solar lights, twinkle lights, etc
* Red, purple, pink, orange, and yellow
* Helped by wood elements

Southwest – Earth Element – Love & Relationships

* Love seat, paired items, coupled statues
* Crystals, rocks, etc
* Clay pots, clay statues
* Beige, tan, pastel yellows
* Helped by fire elements

West – Metal Element – Children & Creativity

* Metal wind chimes, metal statues, etc
* Silver, gold, bronze, copper, white, gray
* Helped by earth elements

Northwest – Metal Element – Helpful People & Travel

* Metal wind chimes, metal statues, spiritual symbols, etc
* Silver, gold, bronze, copper, white, gray
* Helped by earth elements 

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