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The Healing Garden : A Practical Guide for Physical and Emotional Well-being - Sue Minter

The Healing Garden

A Practical Guide for Physical and Emotional Well-being

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Completely revised and rewritten, Sue Minter's beautiful book on the healing properties of plants shows the layman how to harness the healing potential of his own garden.

The text covers both the history of plants that help humans, together with practical advice on creating a garden with healing properties - from plants for minor ailments, to plants for a macro-biotic diet, to a secret garden as a fantasy, scented gardens, textured gardens, healing sounds, or, perhaps, a special feature such as a white garden.

Extremely practical, it offers clear, step-by-step advice for gardeners with easily accessible charts for plant uses, how they should be applied and when and where to grow them.

About the Author

Sue Minter is Head of Living Collections at the Eden Project - in charge of all plant exhibits. She was previously Curator of the Chelsea Physic Garden and Supervisor of the Palm House at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. She is uniquely well placed to author such a book.

Completely revised and rewritten, Sue Minter's lavish work on the healing properties of plants shows how to harness the healing potential of your own garden.

Completely revised and rewritten, Sue Minter's beautiful book on the healing properties of plants shows the layman how to harness the healing potential of his own garden. The text covers both the history of plants that help humans, together with practical advice on creating a garden with healing porperties - from plants for minor ailments, to plants for a macro-biotic diet, to a secret garden as a fantasy, scented gardens, textured gardens, healing sounds, or, perhaps, a special feature such as a white garden. Extremely practical, it offers clear, step-by-step advice for gardeners with easily accessible charts for plant uses, how they should be applied and when and where to grow them.

ISBN: 9781903919415
ISBN-10: 9780955760655
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 3rd January 2005
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.0 x 19.0  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.819