After explaining the philosophy behind the Creative Cycle, author and garden designer Susan Morrison shows you how to effectively incorporate each of the five elements into a garden plan. Included is a mix of photos and landscape drawings to help bring each concept to life. A chapter on Feng Shui diagnosis identifies common garden problems, and shows how a few modest changes are often all that is required to bring a garden back into balance.
Best of all, there’s no need to rethink your entire garden. By using the Creative Cycle as a guideline, Morrison demonstrates that Feng Shui philosophies don't replace traditional design principles, but instead serve to enhance them. With some simple rearranging of plants and common landscape features, any garden space can become more balanced, harmonious and welcoming.