This is such a beautiful little gem of a book! We love the layout, gorgeous vintage style illustrations and thoughtful content.
An enchanting guide to creating a moon garden, plus soothing rituals to practice in your night-blooming oasis.
Moon gardens are green spaces that come alive at night, with plants that reflect moonlight, attract nocturnal creatures, and release scent after sundown. Though beautiful during the day, they're best experienced in the evenings-perfect for anyone who works nine-to-five and wants to unwind in their garden after a long day.
In a luxe package with silver foil on the cover, this enchanting handbook shows green thumbs of all levels how to create their very own moon garden. Alongside lush botanical illustrations, readers will find horticultural tips and design how-tos for creating a rejuvenating space, as well as soothing rituals and calming meditations to practice in their garden, such as journaling and meditation. The planting and growing advice applies to all kinds of gardens-backyard, indoor, container-so urban dwellers can use the book as readily as those with more outdoor space.
Paired with a trowel and watering can or crystals and herbs, Moon Garden makes a thoughtful gift for gardeners, houseplant lovers, and mind/body/spirit enthusiasts. At once practical and inspiring, and filled with stunning visuals, Moon Garden encourages readers to approach gardening as a grounding, spiritual practice that nourishes the self and the earth.
FRESH APPROACH TO GARDENING: Featuring anyone-can-do-it gardening advice as well as lovely evening rituals, this trendy and affordably priced gift book makes gardening accessible to new and experienced gardeners alike.
FOR ALL SIZES AND TYPES OF GARDENS: Moon Garden makes it easy to create a gorgeous garden no matter where you live. With helpful advice for creating a moon garden outside (in the ground, on a balcony or rooftop), indoors, or in a window box, this book is a must-have for houseplant lovers and green thumbs in urban areas, as well as gardeners with more space.
Jarema Osofsky is a Brooklyn-based landscape designer and author with roots in Hong Kong. She believes in the healing power of gardens and good design, and thus founded Dirt Queen NYC in 2017. After graduating from Oberlin College in Fine Art and East Asian Studies, and years of working as an artist and horticulturist at a large botanic firm in NYC, Jarema started her bespoke design business. Jarema and her partner Adam Bertulli work closely with residential and commercial clients to build sustainable, verdant spaces for contemplation, entertainment and rejuvenation. Jarema’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, T Magazine, Elle Decor, and Apartment Therapy, among others.