Feng shui in the garden: simple solutions for creating comforting, life-affirming gardens of the soul

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Contemporary Books, Jul 1, 1997 - Gardening - 175 pages
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From feng shui master Nancilee Wydra comes the ultimate guide to creating happier, healthier surroundings right in your own backyard. Feng Shui in the Garden offers practical, easily implemented ideas for creating an exquisite outdoor environment in accordance with the principles of this ancient Chinese art.

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User Review  - annkucera - LibraryThing

Nancilee Wydra's book, Feng Shui in the Garden, is out of print but currently available in the used book market. She covers yin/yang, the five elements (with excellent sections on color and shapes ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joanna - Goodreads

I had high hopes for this book. Turned out not to be quite what I was looking for--parts seemed unbelievably obvious to me, parts seemed unbelievably, well, fung shui focused. I am still hopeful that I can use this book to create a small meditation garden someday, but for now it sits on my shelf. Read full review

Contents

Special GardensGardens of the Soul
73
Appendix A Master Plant List
147
Appendix B Color Plant Charts
153
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About the author (1997)

Nancilee Wydra, cofounder of the Feng Shui Institute of America, is the author of Feng Shui: The Book of Cures (Contemporary, 1996) and Designing Your Happiness (Heian International, 1995). She conducts feng shui workshops across the country and teaches continuing education courses to architects and interior designers.

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