Zen & the Art of Pond Building

Zen & the Art of Pond Building

Book - 2007
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Everyone knows ponds are beautiful to look at. But most people don't realize how beneficial they are--enhancing your well-being, cleansing and controlling the environment, humidifying dry air, and removing airborne pollutants. This focus on the healthful and spiritual advantages of both indoor and outdoor water-features is what makes this pond building guide so unique. Of course, it delves into all the construction basics with a stunning variety of lavish images, and explains how to stock the pond with fish, select plants, and install atmospheric lighting. But it also includes delightful personal stories from the author that illustrate the power of water, thought-provoking quotations and parables, and scientific analyses of exactly how water neutralizes negative effects on our body and mind.
Publisher: New York, NY : Sterling Pub., 2007.
ISBN: 9781402742743
Call Number: 639.31 HERDA
Characteristics: p. ; cm.
Subjects: Pond plants.
Pond animals.
Fish ponds -- Design and construction.


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