Vaastu Tips For Home Garden
An outdoor garden allows us to be one with nature, bringing a sense of serenity and calmness. According to the principles of Vaastu Shashtra, planning and designing your home garden can significantly alter your mood and is believed to promote good health.
Listed below are some guidelines that one should follow to ensure their garden is Vaastu-compliant. If the garden is being planned in front of the house, a massive tree should never block its entrance. A tree can be planted alongside the garden wall.
From a Vaastu point of view, planting a neem, banana, mango or peepal tree is preferred. These trees are not only popular for their wonderful fragrance but also for the positive vibes they possess.
However, large trees such as peepal should not be planted too close to the house as their roots can be damaging to the foundation of the house. The trees that attract worms, insects, honey bees and serpents should also be avoided in the garden.
A mini waterfall can be constructed in the east or the north direction. A good distance should be maintained between the main house and the trees as per Vaastu Shastra.
It is important to keep in mind that plants with thorns should not be planted in the garden. Cactus should be avoided at all costs as thorny plants represent negative energy. Flower pots should not be kept on the compound wall. The tulsi plant is believed to be a positive influence. It should be planted in the northern, north-eastern and eastern sections, as per Vaastu Shastra.
While creating a beautiful garden for your home, if you are inspired by its colours, you can paint your interior home walls in green hues or earthy tones.
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