The Feng Shui garden: design your garden for health, wealth, and happiness

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Storey Books, Apr 1, 1998 - Architecture - 128 pages
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This highly accessible, practical book shows readers how to direct and make use of the natural flow of energy in a garden, patio, balcony, or backyard. Full-color photographs, illustrations, charts, and call-outs make enigmatic principles easy to understand and apply.

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Contents

The Way
12
Yin and Yang
14
The Nature of the Energies
16
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About the author (1998)

A visit to Hong Kong several years ago resulted in author Gill Hale's interest in Feng Shui and Taoism. She has gardened organically for over 20 years using moon- and companion-planting techniques. Gill is also a Feng Shui garden consultant and lectures at the Feng Shui Society (for which she is also a book reviewer), The Feng Shui Association, and organic gardening groups in the United Kingdom. She has compiled her knowledge into the book, The Feng Shui Garden. Additionally, Gill writes regular articles on the subject and has appeared in Parkes and Gardens on Radio 4, and her garden was featured in Mind Body Spirit on Cable TV when she appeared in a speacial on geopathic stress. Gill lives in London with her daughter.

Sue Minter presents a wealth of planting ideas and information derived from her experience as Curator of the Chelsea Physic Garden, which was founded in 1673 and is still involved with research into the medicinal use of plants. She covers a full rang eof gardening themes and her practical and stimulating advice is supported by over 100 superb color photographs and specifically commissioned artwork.

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