My love for Moon Gardens began on a backroad ride with my dogs. I was in awe of a simple square white farmhouse, its backdoor cement steps leading to a set of old wicker chairs positioned at the base of a five-foot retaining wall.
The ground at the top of the retaining wall, bordered with tall white rods of phlox, was planted with white Petunia. Cascading like a frothing waterfall towards the ground, the wave of white Petunia met a thick fluffy carpet of white Impatiens and Alyssum, which carried the momentum forward to encircle two nearby maple trees and the circle of cement where the chairs resided.
The finished look was stunning and Angelic. I loved seeing the couple sitting in clouds of white flowers, drinking their evening coffee. The fragrance must-have been wonderful. By the end of summer, I was a frequent sight as they waved at me as I passed by.
There are Four Types of flowers used in moon gardens:
• Plants with white flowers
• Plants with bright foliage
• Night bloomers
• Plants with fragrant blooms
Learn the importance of blending as an Alternative Healer. Create an intriguing garden entrance and introduce flower colors, herbs, and legalized Cannabis on the healing garden pathway. Join the Slow Movement to savor every moment. Discover the elements of a Witch and Druid Garden and how ancient theory still applies today. Send long-distance Angel healing to a sick friend, pet, and natural disasters. Are you a Sarah Moses leader? Can you lead in a Crisis? Compelling photos and earthy entries make this a fast read with a cup of brew.
About the Author
Ann Marie is a Mystic and member of a Sisterhood that has been together for over 11 years. Her first book series, "Gardens of the Sisterhood: Create a Mystical Garden," is her journey of reading land with Tarot, with colorful pictures of the magical gardens of her Sisterhood. Ann Marie's second book, "Gardens of the Sisterhood, Create a Mystical-Healing Garden," focuses on healing through the garden and its structure. The mystical principles of a Witch and Druid garden are discussed and how the Ancient elements of the garden are relevant in balancing a chaotic world. Ann Marie pays tribute to the Madonna and her Sacred leadership in Sisterhoods, with directions on how to facilitate a Sisterhood of one's own. As an Intuitive Reader and member of the new breed of Contemporary Alternative Healers, she defines the importance of blending into one's Community.