Use of fresh flowers for Feng shui

Use of fresh flowers for Feng shui

Feng Shui is an age-old science which originated in the suburbs of China. The ancient Chinese people believed that the art of Feng Shui can bring joy, prosperity and peace in the life of the people and families. Today, this art is commonly practiced by people around the world. It involves the placement of the various Feng Shui articles like tortoise, bells, crystal balls, etc. at different places in the houses as well as the offices for more prosperity.

A wide variety of flowers are also used in this process. These are called the flowers for Feng Shui. While decorating your home with fresh flowers is always great feng shui, there are also many other ways to use specific flowers for certain healing. In addition to the energy of beauty and grace, flowers also bring good luck, numerous blessings and quality of life to any home.


There is no woman on this earth – at least we have not met one yet! – that does not love peonies. There is something incredibly sensual and healing about this unique flower, from its delicious scent to its luscious form and the endless variety of pink and white colors. an unabashed purity and soft joy that is very healing. This obviously made the peony one of the most popular feng shui flower symbol for love and marriage. 


This beautiful flower is long considered a classical feng shui symbol of fertility. As the orchid brings the energy of an untainted natural symmetry, it has also become a symbol of a quest for perfection in many areas of one’s life. Abundance, perfection, beauty, and purity—with such powerful universal symbolism attached to it, no wonder orchids have become a very popular house plant in the West!


The lotus flower symbolizes the ultimate perfection; its purity is untouched by the mud from which it originates. In Chinese medicine, every part of the lotus plant, from roots to petals, has medicinal properties, thus making this symbol an even more potent feng shui cure for a healthy and harmonious home.


The feng shui symbol of a chrysanthemum flower is one of a life of ease and balance. At the same time, this flower is considered to have strong yang energy, so it is used to attract good luck to you and your home.

We at OneRoze, offer weekly & monthly delivery subscription for fresh flowers wherein, we would be replacing flowers once or twice a week at your home or office’s depending upon the plan you choose for.

Contact us at Hyderabad: 9000162000 & Bangalore: 7022262000 to get a custom quote for your living space.