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Feng Shui Tips for a Spring Garden

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Feng Shui Tips for a Spring Garden

When spring comes to a garden, it is time to look around and evaluate what is working and what needs alteration.  In my garden, my front yard comes alive with Statice, Lavender, Red Chinese Lantern, Pink breath of Heaven and of course all the Azaleas.

In reviewing my garden it is clear that beside the beauty, there are elements that may need attention.  I find that a plant that suffered last year with rust didn’t make it and needs to be replaced.  In reviewing my front  garden I note that though my azaleas are star bloomers, when you are designing your gardens, it is important that they don’t take center stage.  Azaleas need to be integrated with other plants and used sparingly especially red azaleas.

The front of a property contains the Knowledge or Wisdom area.  To honor this I added Sweet Pea shrub that strongly supports creative thinking and dreaming.  This is only a snippet of what you can learn from my book, Secrets of the Land, Designing Harmonious Gardens with Feng Shui.

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