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3 Unspoken Placement Rules of Iron Tree Plant For Good Feng Shui

The Iron Tree plant, Dracaena Fragrans 铁树 is a popular houseplant that has been widely used in Chinese culture for centuries as a symbol of good fortune. Beside that, it is believed to ward off bad luck and easy to maintain too.

Many people are unaware of the reasoning behind iron tree placement in Feng Shui. Although it is one of the most common items in a house, many people do not realise the important piece of the puzzle. It has to be strategically placed to maximise the effect for good Feng Shui.

Where and When Should We Place an Iron Tree Plant?

If you are facing some Feng Shui challenges that are fixed and cannot be resolved, placing this special plant at home can help to mitigate the situation based on your intention.

1. Place Iron Tree Plant Outside The Main Door For Protection

This plant is said to defend your house from external negative energy. If you have a main door that opens out facing a sharp corner of the wall, this plant comes handy. Place it at the wall corner to block the negative energy.

2. Natural Resolution Against Internal Bad Forms

The iron plant tree is good for covering internal structure that generate poison arrows because of its big size. Placing it at the corner of the wall helps not only to conceal the sharp edge that cause poison arrow, it can also act as a beautiful modern home decoration.

3. Place in the Optimal Sector To Attract Good Fortune

Some Feng Shui enthusiasts believed that iron plant tree or any other plants should be placed at certain sectors of the house for good luck. They are East, South, Southeast and north sectors of the house because it is closely associated with their Feng Shui element.

Why Some People Advocate Against Placing Iron Plant Tree at Home?

There is another group of practitioners that advice against placing this plant at home. They believe it is bad Feng Shui and has some taboos. Here are some of them:

– Do not place it on the balcony because it can affect the light source and energy flow coming into the house. A bright living room can bring good luck to the family, while a dark one brings negative impact to the health.

– Do not place an it in the bedroom because it can negatively affect your sleep quality. 




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