When it comes to a good feng shui garden design, the size of your garden is not the main criteria. Even if you have only a small space to work with, you can still create a good feng shui garden design. We will give you some tips to bring good feng shui into your garden. - Ponds and water features can bring good energy into a garden as long as it is moving (Yang) and not stagnant, water is associated with wealth and is an excellent collector and conductor of Ch’i. - Types of plants are important; do not use cactus or plants that have spikes as they create aggression and tension. Plants with fat succulent leaves are very auspicious. - Overbearing large trees at the front of the house are not good either always try and have them no higher than two thirds of your house. - Fill your garden with colourful plants all year round, they will attract good energy as well as looking great. - Paths should never be straight, as chi energy would run too quickly towards your home, instead let them meander and curve through your garden. A curved path encourages chi to move more slowly and freely. If you already have straight paths, then allow plants to grow over them so the chi can circulate freely around them. - A garden should have "living spaces" that provide a relaxing place. - Balance is created by mixing different sizes, shapes of plants so that no one species is overwhelmed by another. - Wind chimes are a wonderful addition to any garden, as their gentle sound creates healing feng shui vibrations in the air. - In feng shui, color is used according to the five elements theory, and you can bring healing harmony and joy to your garden by choosing colors that emphasize specific energies, such as, for example, the Fire energy in the South with red or purple flower colors, or Earth energy in the Southwest with light yellow color. - You can create more Yang (masculine) energy by using garden lights to add light to the garden’s dark areas. Remember balance and harmony is the key to a Feng Shui Garden. - The best swimming pool shape is the "bean shape" which the inner side is turn to the house - Artificial plants/flowers are also fine for limited spaces only.