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[Mar. 31st, 2008|08:19 pm]
classical or traditional fengshui


Hi all,  

I was wondering if anyone had helpful suggestions about this dilemma.  I got a peace lily plant from my boyfriend.  when I got it, it had a few white flowers on it, which I just cut off.  

In the last month however, it has started flowering a LOT.  I am unwilling to deface this plant any further, since it has shown a lot of tenacity and I attach a great deal of sentimental value to it. 

Can someone please explain what I am supposed to do with this plant?  I can't really come around to the fact that having a defaced plant in my office would really improve the feng shui, and frankly if it werent for my chinese upbringing i would really love the white flowers.  could there be ANY LOOPHOLE in the white flower rule that allows me to keep this plant without defacing it further????

help =(

[User Picture]From: ngakmafaery
2008-04-20 01:35 pm (UTC)
...moderator here, saying that lj never notified me of this comment, so I am very sorry not to have posted it until now...can't help with the fengshui part, but I do know it's deadly poison to cats, so maybe having it indoors might not be best if you have cats...others here have more knowledge of the fengshui aspect, and I hope they can help you...
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[User Picture]From: thehotpinkheat
2008-05-03 11:00 pm (UTC)
"The Peace Lily excels in the removal of alcohols, acetone, trichloroethylene, benzene and formaldehyde. Its ability to remove air pollutants and its excellent performance in all categories make it a most valuable houseplant. This plant can be kept best in mid-light to shade."

in other words, this plant is plant is a good air purifier. not feng shui information but having clean air is a major bonus.
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