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Feng Shui in the Garden

April 26, 2010

In this Nest in Style podcast, co-host Teresa O’Connor explores the ancient art and science of Feng Shui (“fung schway”) and discovers how these principles can be applied easily to your gardens today.

Hear how people are using Feng Shui in their outdoor spaces to coax positive energy (or Chi) inside their homes. Learn how a few changes to your garden can bring improvements to other areas of your life as well. Plus, get expert Feng Shui tips, using simple items like bird feeders, fountains, firepits, shrubs, trees and more.

Push the big, round orange play button to hear more about Feng Shui gardens.

Nest in Style Guest

Linda Binns is a Feng Shui consultant and owner of  Harmony Inside and Out.  She has appeared internationally on TV, radio and print interviews — and is the author of the book, “Feng Shui for your Relationships: Changing Your Environment to Create Better Relationships.”

Based in Boise, Linda specializes in long-distance Feng Shui consultations. A big supporter of empowering women, she is the publisher of Idaho Women’s Journal.

Follow Linda on Twitter: @LindaBinns or check out her website Harmony Inside and Out.

Natural Elements Used in Feng Shui Gardens

Natural Elements of Feng Shui

Other Resources

What’s Coming: Stay tuned as co-host Jayme Jenkins talks with two more experts in the garden. Don’t miss our next two podcasts with hot tips from award-winning landscape designer Susan Cohan and talented Northwest garden coach Christina Salwitz.

Meanwhile, have fun and go grow something! We love hearing your feedback. Thanks for listening in…


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