This paper offers a series of reflections on traditional Chinese Feng Shui theory and landscape architecture. It has two main parts. The first part is a general discussion on the traditional Chinese Feng Shui theory and landscape design and planning. It points out that Feng Shui theory is usually considered a superstition, which was popular in ancient China, but there are also elements of science in Feng Shui theory. The second part deals with the application of the traditional Chinese Feng Shui theory to the education in modern landscape architecture. The author proposes that we can borrow the ideas and principles of Feng Shui practice when we study how to select the site and orient the garden, plant and grow landscape plants, and decorate the archway. The principles of Feng Shui theory can also be integrated into landscape architecture concepts like borrowed scenery, opposite scenery, miniature scenery, and abbreviated scenery to construct the landscape.