FENG SHUI BEGINS FROM THE EXTERNAL PART OF THE HOUSE BEFORE IT FLOWS GRACEFULLY INTO THE INTERIOR. SO GIVE THE SAME EFFORT ON THE OUTSIDE AS YOU WOULD ON THE INSIDE. OF GARDEN, PATIO AND PERGOLA
Sure, pathways, plants and trees improve the aesthetic nature of your garden but don't hope for more- they certainly do not result in positive Qi. Garden lamps, on the other hand, could hurt the Qi if it's placed directly in front of any door to your property- so beware! A pergola may be an arresting sight, but observe the direction of the edges of its roof, and make sure they do not point to the Main Door directly.
THE DRIPS ON EXTERNAL WATER FEATURES
Visible deep drains with constant flow, which cuts across your property, embodies the very negative Cutting Feet Water. This could spell disaster in Feng Shui. If a such feature is visible, it is important to cover and conceal it, or at best, avoid it.
Ponds or lakes are considered very good Feng Shui fixture, as it helps to collect Qi in its sentimental water. While it is propitious, it is important to note the correct location of it in relation to your property. Waterfalls, on the other hand, attract negative Qi from the thunderous sound of water they produce.
PROTECT YOUR FENCE AND GATE
Feng Shui or not, the fence and gate are the protectors and sentinels of your home. If used correctly, fences can direct and coagulate the Qi to your advantage. Used incorrectly, however, it could suppress good Qi and attract the negative ones. As an owner, you should pay extra attention to these kinds of fences: fences that point inwards, fences with gap or cracks, fences that are too high or too close to the house.