This thesis deals with the quality of the plot from the perspective of landscape planning and from the perspective of geomancy. Applied geomancy in the garden creates a better foundation for the creation of action spaces for the residents. The goal is to show how the disciplines of landscape planning , open space planning, and geomancy can usefully complement to increase the open space quality. Therefore five house plots were investigated and evaluated with methods of landscape planning and radiesthetics. By the comparison of the principles concrete statements can be made. The second major focus is on the genesis of the five listed gardens and the visibility of the work of men and women on the plot. The genesis of the garden created by the "lifes vicissitudes" and makes gender-specific work visible. This work is the analytic contribution of the joint application of both disciplines, landscape planning and geomancy. Particular emphasis is on creating and comparing typologies. This allows the examples to serve as a basis for planning in practice. Proposals to improve the open space qualities of the recorded examples from the perspective of landscape planning and geomancy complete the work.