Garden Feng Shui enhances the natural environment around your home; as your landscape plays an important role in determining the quality of energies which surround you. Good auspicious Chi (energy) is achieved when your plants, flowers, herbs, and vegetables in your garden grow strong and lush as this reflects the presence of good growth energy. Healthy growing plants are one of the most important signs of environmental Feng Shui.
The Feng Shui of your garden may be improved regardless of your garden's size, design, or type, however, your success will greatly depend on how you emphasize the elements and attributes of its location and orientation around your home.
In my classes I discuss the location of the garden, garden styles and features, Yin and Yang Cosmology and the Five Element Theory, colors in the garden, garden structures and statuaries, and choosing auspicious plants, flowers, trees, and shrubs which are suitable for your climate.
When the Feng Shui of your garden is correct, it will create auspicious good fortune and attract happy, positive Chi into your home.