Feng Shui is all about harmonizing your environment. There's no better way to do that than to bring in nature. We don't all have a green thumb though. This is where artificial plants come in. You can bring in a touch of green to any area of your home.
Here are some Feng Shui Garden guidelines to keep in mind...
* Focus on the SE and E sectors - The SE and E compass directions of your rooms and homes are known as the Wealth and Family directions. Wealth is subjective though. Freedom is often associated with wealth for those who are looking for greater harmony and balance. Define what wealth means to you. The East's family sector operates with the same mindset. Define what family means to you. It's not always biological for many. Focus on the colors green, brown, and purple. Bring in water elements (blues, blacks, solar fountains, mirrors).
You can add water to the North's Career sector as well.
Avoid "watering down" your bedrooms though aka your relationships and health.
* Round Leaf Plants - Rounded leaf plants bring positive chi (energy) to your environments. It allows energy to circulate without obstructions. Round leaf plants are associated with money as well. Bring in artificial and real houseplants for the best energy. Pothos plants are great for cleaning the air in your home. You can easily replant their fast growth. Artificial bonsai plants and bamboo can bring zen to your bedrooms. Simply keep your artificial plants dust free to avoid stagnant energies.
* Artificial Grass & Green Rugs - Artificial grass lawns are a simple solution for every climate. Place a green rug in your kitchen to ground fire and water element clashes. This will help to ease any relationship tensions/arguments that occur in the kitchen as well!
Get more inspiration for your artificial gardens with ASTRO's All Night MV...
You can place all of your lovely pink, red, and yellow flowers in the
S (Fame & Reputation) and SW (Love) sectors.
Happy Feng Shui Gardening!