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'Pink Chaos' Coleus. Shambhalla Feng Shui Gardening Tip: This plant is best placed in the back middle area of your garden in terms of creating a balance with the 5 natural elements. For more feng shui gardening tips, see book, Shamanic Gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden

Coleus "pink chaos"Hot-pink leaves with ruffled, variegated borders edged with a thin line of light green. Looks like an explosion of neon paisley. Grows 6 to 18 inches tall. Can be perennial in Zones 10 and an annual every where else.

Melinda Joy Miller, author of the 'Shamanic gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden' walks a labyrinth of her own design for Angel Television's documentary.

Melinda Joy Miller, author of the 'Shamanic gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden' walks a labyrinth of her own design for Angel Television's documentary.

paint photo

paint photo

Powder Room by Kim Colwell Design (Kim teaches and cosults through the Shambhalla Institute).   Feng Shui bathrooms have auspicious aspects such as the lit bamboo laminated in glass, reflected vases in the lit niche, and lit glass sink. The elements of earth, metal, wood, fire, and water are all balanced here.

Powder Room by Kim Colwell Design (Kim teaches and cosults through the Shambhalla Institute). Feng Shui bathrooms have auspicious aspects such as the lit bamboo laminated in glass, reflected vases in the lit niche, and lit glass sink. The elements of earth, metal, wood, fire, and water are all balanced here.

This niche, vase, and colorful artistic visual becomes an alter to your goals. The goal for health is represented by the plants, the three vases represent the hope for a family, and the color and light stimulates the chi and fame bagua area of the home.   - Project by Kim Colwell Design

Niche - Kim Colwell design for Shambhalla Institute + feng shui + design psychology