By Kathy Van Mullekom
7. “Lastly, but importantly, think about the care plants need and choose wisely,” says Bonnie.
“You just may have something that calms the soul more than it adds to the work. The balance of what you get for what you give must be even or you may start resenting your beautiful space or missing out on some fun.”
Learn more about feng shui in the garden and everyday life with Bonnie, who regularly leads feng shui gardening walks in Norfolk, Va., at www.bonnieprimmconsulting.com.
Kathy Van Mullekom is garden/home columnist for the Daily Press in Newport News, Va.
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