Vastu Tips for Garden Landscaping

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Vastu Tips for Garden Landscaping

 

 
Vastu is the ancient Indian science of construction and architecture. It is based on the belief that the laws of nature effect human dwellings and so any construction done for human dwelling should be based on a proper system of directions.

A well developed garden and landscape attracts visitors and lightens the mood. A garden built as per vastu directions, brings positive energy to the place and not only benefits the plants and trees in the garden, which grow healthy, but also benefits the occupants of the garden.

Here are some general tips for garden landscaping based on vastu.

  • The South –west side of the garden should be dense with plants.

 

 

 

  • The garden should slope towards the north, east or north-east.

 

 

 

  • An underground tank or a pond should be in the north, east or north – east corner.
  • Thick, massive walls in the south, south –west sides are a must, and they must be higher than the rest of the walls.
  • Electric gadgets for lighting the garden or fountain should be in the south – east corner.
  • Flowering and decorative small plants can be placed in the north, east, north – east or north – west.
  • A small cottage, where gardening implements can be stored should be located in the south-west corner of the plot.

 

  • A few eucalyptus trees in the west side of the plot will prove to be beneficial.
  • Medicinal plants, herbs, aromatic bushes should be planted in the west side of the plot.

 

 

 

  • Tulsi (basil) should be grown in the east, north-east, or north side of the house.
  • Tall trees should ideally be planted in the south-east or south-west side.
  • Medium – sized trees should be in the west or south.

 

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6 comments:

Edmond landscapingFebruary 23, 2012 at 2:01 amReply

We couldn’t agree more with the thought that nature affects our mood. That being said, thorough planning should be made to ensure that your garden or landscape will really make everyone who visits it feel comfortable.

stump removal Council BluffsApril 25, 2012 at 7:43 amReply

It is indeed true that our moods are affected by nature. It is therefore very important that careful planning is done to ensure that our lawns or gardens can be a comfortable place for gatherings or simply just for relaxation. These tips that you have shared to ensure such are very helpful and effective. Thanks for sharing.

Minneapolis Lawn Care HelpMay 11, 2012 at 10:53 pmReply

It is great post indeed,
i was looking for the same thing, and happy to find it here.

Littleton LandscapeFebruary 14, 2013 at 12:07 pmReply

@edmond true, stuffs around us often affect our mood in a way. This is one of the reasons why my hubby and I decided to redecorate our garden, as of now gardening had been our way stress reliever.

MacArthur Tree & ExcavationsFebruary 15, 2014 at 12:12 pmReply

Thanks for share……It’s really helpful….

AnonymousApril 1, 2014 at 5:25 pmReply

A good amount of helpful information right here. Thank you regarding mention….

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