Garden Tower Power! ~ An Explosion of Organic Goodness Begins

garden6A quick little Garden Tower Project update:

It’s been fun to pick out what goodies I’d be planting this first go-around…and there will be a learning curve to experience along the way indeed, as I’m definitely no expert gardener. I simply plant by intuition and heart, sprinkle a little magick and water, and ask/hope for the Faeries’ assistance. πŸ˜‰

But I WILL say it’s been a really playful and enjoyable journey so far, which I feel is the important part of anything we set out to do – make it fun and light!garden3

I’ve been learning a few things along the way and Laura has given me a few helpful hints based on her own learning experience with her Garden Tower and gardening in general.

Plus, I’ve had the supportive energy of the little ones here, especially Cosmo whom I’ve had join me out on the deck during planting, nestled on a towel next to me to watch.

The bunnies are excited for what mom’s growing for them indeed. πŸ™‚gt8

Between the plants we already have here at the house and now the Garden Tower, we’ve got a lot of home-grown organic goodness to enjoy.gt5

Alongside the already peach, persimmon, loquat, tangerine, apple, and lemon trees, blackberries, lavender, sage, lamb’s ears, and recently added peppermint, I now have planted these awesome organic/non-gmo delights in my Garden Tower:

Long Slim Cayenne, Cosmic Purple Carrot, Trailing Rosemary, Chives, Paris Market Carrot, Strawberry Alpine White Soul, White Wonder Heirloom Cucumber, Old German Heirloom Tomato, Loran Strawberry, Heirloom Anaheim Pepper, Basil, Heirloom Sun Gold Tomato, Heirloom Cherokee Purple Tomato, Mesculun Mix Lettuce, Petite Rouge Lettuce, Romaine, Burpless Garden Sweet Cucumber, Curly Parsley, Arcadia Broccoli, Diablo Brussels Sprouts, Pink Gerbera Daisy, Yellow Snapdragon, Yellow/Red/Orange Marigold, and Heirloom Mammoth Greystripe Snack Seed Sunflower.gt3

I’m sure I may have already made some errors, but that’s part of the fun and growth!

gt2Besides giving them all a lot of love, Reiki energy, and nurturing, I’ve added a raw Quartz we found on a trip, that sits at the top center, where the composting goes, to help infuse some energetic support to all the Plant Spirits, and as an offering for the Faeries to assist with their cultivation too.gt4

I’ve been getting the compost going and added my red wiggler worms, which are the essential helpers to the whole Garden Tower system.Β gt7

It was a lot of fun lovingly planting the over 60 goodies. My hands were deep in rich soil and my nails were filled with Earthy goodness. The fresh smell is invigorating and caring for my new babies is another commitment I’m devoted to.

Looking forward to seeing how things continue to progress and what I’ll learn and discover along the way, but just look at how everyone’s flourishing!gt

And I’m happy to report that after a big downpour of rain all last night and continuing this morning, my Garden Tower is still looking beautiful and the plants are holding strong! Yay! And thank you Crystal and Faery friends!

About Tania Marie's Blog

Tania Marie is a Visionary Artist, Author, International Reiki Master Teacher, Intuitive Energy Guide, and Sound Channeler. Her motto is "creating life as a work of art" and her focus is harnessing magick as everyday alchemy. Rabbits are her consorts and the metaphysical arts are her realm. With over 25 years’ experience in healing arts and metaphysical studies, Tania guides people globally to remember the purity of their essence, draw forth inspiration and imagination, embody creative empowerment, live magickally and more abundantly with conscious awareness of the nature within being reflected without, and return to natural harmony.

Posted on May 8, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    Beautiful, Miss Green Thumb! Amazing how fast everything is growing!

    • thank you, although only a couple things i did by seed, as my true green thumb – gardening pal laura bruno, who has a garden tower herself, shared some insights and that beginning with little starter plants was actually better. the garden tower project website also says small starter plants is best…so that’s what i did for the things i could find and those i couldn’t that i wanted i did seeds. i will say that they have flourished quite a bit though since planted! so that’s encouraging and that the little plants were strong and happy to keep on a-growin! so yay! so far so good. we’ll see!

  2. Walking My Path: Mindful Wanderings in Nature

    Well, given the pictures of the rest of your garden, and the love and sensitivity with Nature that you have, they are happy plants. Who wouldn’t thrive with your nurturing kindness?!

  3. Reblogged this on Laura Bruno's Blog and commented:
    Yay, Tania! So happy you’re gardening now, too. The plants look great! Meanwhile, I’m busy worker bee here getting things reasonably sane before you get here. xoxo, love and celebrations!

  4. Looking good Tania Marie! Your garden fae are working overtime to delight you with an explosion of yummy goodness soon, unfortunately this means your favorite peep’s at Whole Foods or whatever Co Op you buy from won’t see around nearly as much, and miss your radiant company!

    • thank you so much mitch!!!! yes, i’m so grateful to the garden fae here…things are going really well so far. everyone’s happy!! aw, you’re so cute. love you pisces bro!! ❀ hehe

  5. Love it….fresh vegetables and herbs….yummy

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