Devotional Gardens

Surround yourself with the energies you want and desire in your life by creating Devotional Gardens. Devotional Gardens combine the plants and trees, statues and elements that will help ground whatever energies you want to align yourself with. Create one special space, or create beautiful nooks around your yard for different energies.

Christine has created (and is creating) Pinterest boards that focus on specific Devotional Gardens. You can get ideas from there, or in the future we will have Devotional Garden design plans that you can follow to help you create beautiful energetic spaces.  You can also contract Christine to create and bless a garden for you. To start getting ideas now, click the Devotional Garden you’d like to explore. You’ll be taken to that garden’s pinterest page.

Venus Garden: Draw to you the energies of Venus: love, beauty, sex, fertility and prosperity. She also oversees emotions and feelings. Venus is associated with water and her energy gives way to creation and the balance of life. She guides us to understand the journey of our lives through our relationships. Some plants associated (more in pins) Apple, Balm of Gilead, Bergamot, fragrant flowers and Blues, deep Orange, Yellow, Green, Indigo, Rose.

Lakshmi Garden: Create a Lakshmi Garden to honor the Goddess of wealth, fortune, power, luxury, beauty, fertility, and auspiciousness. She holds the promise of material fulfillment and contentment. She is described as restless, whimsical yet maternal, with her arms raised both to bless and to grant her blessings.

Hummingbird Garden: The Hummingbird is a symbol of lightness of being and playfulness. It also embodies adaptability, swiftness and strength and endurance. Their beautiful rich color is a symbol of abundance and depth in our lives. Create a Hummingbird Garden to attract these beauties and immerse yourself in their energy.

Mary Garden: Create a garden dedicated to Mary. She brings us nurturing energy, healing, support, unconditional love and a mother’s embrace. Find ideas here to create your own Mary Garden.