Feng Shui Garden Design: Creating Serenity

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Periplus Editions (HK) Limited, Jun 15, 2003 - Gardening - 112 pages
Learn the principles and practices of Feng Shui with this beautifully illustrated garden design book.

Feng Shui Garden Design teaches how to apply Feng Shui to the garden you have to protect your home from poisonous energy, enhance your love life, improve your finances and help ease family tensions.

In addition to helping you create a living space for meditation and stress release, the principles illustrated in Feng Shui Garden Design enhance the flow of energy in your home and your life.

Whether you have a balcony garden, mini garden, large yard or park, Feng Shui teaches how to harmonize yin and yang and the five elements—earth, metal, water, wood, fire—to achieve peace, balance and prosperity.

Learn how to:
  • Integrate garden design and Feng Shui
  • Analyze the flow of energy, or qi, in your garden
  • Use plants and garden features to enhance positive energy
  • Apply Feng Shui cures to your garden
  • Creatively use Feng Shui in a small garden
Feng Shui Garden Design is an inspirational, beautifully illustrated book that will help encourage financial success, harmony in your relationships, and luck in your ventures, studies and plans. Tap into the cycle of energy flows of the seasons and have fun creating a garden that will give pleasure to you, your family and friends.

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About the author (2003)

Antonia Beattie is the author of Seasonal Living, among other titles. Leigh Clapp specializes in photographing gardens. Her photographs appear in The New Native Garden.

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