This morning I have been working in my flower garden, a play activity I have enjoyed for 33 years. For many of those years I have worked with a garden guide named Bajo. I ask him where is the best spot for a plant in my garden and then I use kinesiology or muscle testing with my fingers to check the spot. My garden is now in the deep woods at our camp, which is very shady versus having a sunny garden for 30 years downtown.
Bajo wants to say that a plant each has it’s own vibration and that they will thrive in certain areas and not in others. It is always important to check with plants where they want to be planted. Love your plants because they thrive with love and appreciation even more than the soil in which they are planted. They also have preferences as to what type of plant to which they are neighbors.
I stopped at three fabulous gardens yesterday that I would highly recommend to buy plants. They may be a drive away but will reward you with their beauty and the owners extreme love of plants. They are Sunnyside garden in Turner owned by Edith Ellis, Shaky Barn Garden in Limerick who recommends bringing a lunch and eating in her garden, and Gingerbread Farm on Old Winthrop Rd in Wayne, which has the best prices. They are located about a 15 minute drive from each other. Their gardens are spectacular and they sell extraordinary plants.