Vastu Tips to Design Blissful Garden at Home
Planning and designing your garden according to Vastu Shastra can improve your mood while ensuring your health and prosperity. An outdoor garden brings us closer to nature, allowing us to enjoy the serenity and calmness brought about by the abundance of flora. People cultivate gardens because they are refreshing. Vastu Shastra, the traditional Hindu architectural system, can assist in accessing such natural beauty and its energizing qualities. The guidelines listed below can help you ensure that your garden is Vastu-compliant.
Vastu Tips For Garden
In terms of establishing a nursery and developing plants, unusual green plants can be grown at home, depending on their impact.
Vastu plants are an essential part of this because nurturing them in a specific way can provide the inhabitants with numerous benefits and advantages in life.
Here are a few ideas for creating estates at home that can make idealistic vibrations in the house while also gifting people with favourable circumstances.
They are as follows:
According to garden Vastu, a few plants and trees are lucky and appropriate for the house and its inhabitants. In any case, some should not be maintained because they may create hazardous conditions for the occupants.
As we all know, the Basil or Tulsi plant is widespread in Hindu customs and culture. This plant better is placed in the North, East, or North-East directions to create a home’s festive atmosphere.
Planting bamboo trees can be advantageous. It is most famous for bestowing great acclaim, fortune, and harmony on individuals. The critical point is that it is not the common bamboo plant (Bambusa vulgaris); it is the fortunate bamboo plant (Dracaena braunii).
If you have a nursery or a large enough space to grow trees, you can plant an Ashoka tree, Coconut tree, and Banana tree (on the terrace). These plants are known to promote well-being and drive negativity (misery and distress) out of the home.
Banana trees are also popular and have been linked to Lord Vishnu.
The Neem tree is another tree that provides idealistic energy and a helpful vibe. It is also known to have numerous therapeutic properties, making planting this sacred tree even more critical. It must be placed in the north-west corner, as recommended by experts.
Besides, you can grow a few different blossoms like Hibiscus and Begonia, Peony and Chrysanthemum in the South-West direction of your nursery. These lovely blossoms spread a lot of inspiration and fill the space around them with a lot of dynamic energy.
Plant Mint, Green Bean Stew, Coriander, Pomegranate, Cinnamon, Lemons, Gooseberry (Amla), and other herbs in the kitchen garden. Each of them is thought to be a good plant.
Furthermore, plants and blossoms resembling Daffodil, Lily, Orchid, Lotus, and White Magnolia can be supported by Vastu plants for home.
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Vastu For Plants: Things To Avoid
Below are a couple of plants that you should avoid planting in your home.
They are as follows:
It is widely accepted that prickly trees and plants such as Babool and Cactus should be avoided because they spread a great deal of antagonism and bad luck.
Ensure that large trees are not planted in the East or North-East direction to cultivate scepticism in its environmental factors. Such plants should be grown and developed on the house’s south and west sides.
These should be planted in the East, North, and North-East directions in small plants and blossoms.
To achieve the best results, avoid growing creepers on the compound divider; instead, plant them in the house’s passageway or the nursery.
Large plants/trees should not be grown directly outside the house’s passageway because they can obstruct air and energy flow.
Keep dead or dried plants away from your home as they represent death and negativity. Also, if you take on nurturing plants’ responsibility, you must take proper care of them!
Regular contact with nature aids in the attainment of mental harmony and peace.
If they can be developed and supported, they will invariably impact the occupants’ survival, good health, wealth, and happiness!
Which Side of the House Is Best for Gardens?
The principal benefit of a south-bound house or nursery is the measure of daylight you’ll appreciate. As the sun ascends in the east and sets in the west, the south side of any house will see the most prolonged periods of daylight during the day – particularly in the Northern Hemisphere – so a south-bound nursery exploits this.
Which Plant Is Good in Front of the House?
Coconut, pine and lemon trees are considered the most beneficial plants/trees for the well-being as they light up their environmental factors. These plants guarantee positive help. A lemon tree is considered to be the best among the wide range of various trees as it fixes Vastu dosha.
As a result, it is critical to understand where a plant should be placed in a garden, according to Vastu. It may not be as beneficial if it is set incorrectly.
Plant to use should also be considered before planting for the plants to be their most auspicious selves.
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