Gardens of the Gods: Myth, Magic and Meaning in Horticulture



Christopher McIntosh, "Gardens of the Gods: Myth, Magic and Meaning in Horticulture"
I. B. T.uris | 2004 | ISBN: 1860647405 | 224 pages | File type: PDF | 1,3 mb

Gardens of the Gods reveals the symbolic language of garden design, exploring the gardens of China with their moon gates and immortal rocks, the Zen gardens of Japan, and the paradise gardens of Islam. It even looks at Renaissance Italy with its richly mythological imagery, the landscaped parks of England, and the gardens of New Harmony in the US. Striking modern examples include the Tarot Garden of the sculptress Niki de Saint Phalle. Beautifully illustrated, Gardens of the Gods also includes a chapter with suggestions for creating your own "garden of meaning" and a selected catalog of plants with symbolic or mythological associations.

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