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Zinnia Zinnias bring a light-hearted innocence into the garden. The floral essence of zinnia is linked to the pancreas (enjoying the sweetness of life) and is an excellent therapy plant for workaholic s. One of my favorite Feng Shui cures for over-worked clients is to place a packet of zinnia seeds on their desk, set with the intention of allowing for play time.

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Water in the Garden Set the intention of prosperity with a fish-shaped pot. I picked mine up at Pier One Imports! (May 2009) In Feng Shui, water is the supportive element of wood. A great placement would be at the front door or entrance to the garden.

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Lily of the Nile June 2008 The Lily of the Nile is an excellent flower for the night garden. Its long-stemmed blossoms illuminate the garden at night. Flowers which reflect the moon’s light are noted for shedding light on unresolved problems and aiding in the memory of dreams.

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Pomegranate May 2008 Due to its many seeds, the pomegranate is associated with fertility and wealth. It is an excellent addition to a garden of intentions. For prosperity purposes, plant pomegranates in the Southeast area of the garden or in the wealth gua of the yard.

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Red Lily May 2008 Red lilies flatter the men of the house when planted in the South area of the yard or in the reputation gua. Consider masses of these bulbs to make a dramatic statement.

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Bougainvillea April 2008 Bougainvilleas need a minimum of five hours, preferably more, of direct sunlight to produce their colorful bracts. They grow well in large pots. Pink bougainvilleas are a great addition to the Southwest corner of the yard or planted in the relationship gua.

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