Caring for house plants does not require a green thumb. In the practice of Feng Shui its purpose is to generate good chi. Indoor house plants are great for purifying air and bring fresh new chi into the home environment.
Houseplants are great for clearing the blocked and stagnant energies in the home. However, an unkempt house plant can stagnant the energies in the home and produce negative chi if the indoor house plant is not cared for adequately.
Chinese snowball is the plant for a savvy spring gardener. Statuesque in scale, one bush is all you need to make a statement. Laden with hydrangea-like blooms, a single specimen can add oomph to the border or be trained into a small accent tree. This semievergreen blends beautifully into any yard.
The flowers are the draw here. From April into May (and even early June in cooler climates), you’ll be rewarded with spectacular, softball-size blooms. These flowers start out lime green and then open to pristine white. Because the blooms are sterile, this viburnum does not produce fruit. And while many viburnums are fragrant, Chinese snowball isn’t—a bonus for those with sensitive noses. Once flowering is done, this dense, round shrub blends into the background, allowing other plants to steal the show. One or two in a suburban-size yard are plenty.
Depending on what mood you want to achieve, select one of the floral arrangements:
Inspiration and motivation – Combine flowers of red, orange and fuchsia color. Red flower, which should dominate the arrangements, to motivate, give courage and strength. Orange and fuchsia boost enthusiasm. It is best to put a bouquet in a silver metal vase and place it in the mirror because the mirror reinforces the positive energy of flowers. Bouquet hold in the study.