Feng Shui in Your Garden: How to Create Harmony in Your Garden

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Tuttle Publishing, 1998 - Gardening - 108 pages
Combining the world's most popular hobby with the mystical science of feng shui, the Chinese art of placement, this delightful book applies the proven principles of feng shui to the garden, examining all of the main features of a garden design, from shape to selection of plants to ornamentation. The authors demonstrate that by employing the principles of feng shui the optimum benefit can be gained from each of these factors. This book also includes suggestions for creating six popular types of gardens; the vegetable garden, a garden for entertaining, a meditation garden, a garden for children, a courtyard garden, and a Zen garden.

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About the author (1998)

Richard Craze is the author of a number of books on feng shui including Feng Shui Made Easy and Feng Shui for Beginners. Roni Jay is a professional writer with an interest in spiritual matters. She is the author of Feng Shui for Cats as well as Mystic Cats, Sacred Flowers, Gardens of the Spirit and Teach Yourself Mythology. Roni is a passioniate gardener and has recently restored an ancient walled garden at her home in Devon; both authors live in the United Kingdom.

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