An exceptional garden employs bold and subtle concepts such as rhythm, formal and asymmetrical balance, texture, shape and color to give it a personality. It speaks to its visitors on many levels, both conscious and subconscious. A bubbling fountain may give it a voice and movement. On another level movement may be implied and perceived while the garden in fact remains still. Mastering the illusion of implied movement is guaranteed to set your garden apart from those of your neighbors. Here’s how to start.
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