Magical Healing Landscapes

“The garden tells you what to do!” is the expression my garden and horticultural collegue used when describing how she handles her garden. Nature is the first to discover and adapt to. It might be winter and some shrubs might profit from a hunch of heat and sunshine and show new growth. It might be spring and the air is cold and crisp with late frosts and all new blossoms of apricot and almond are wasted. No fruits for that year.

Wisdom and adaptation to nature is very healthy for our body and mind. We can’t control nature, we can control our thoughts and feelings. We can create a healthy garden and enjoy nature’s diversity in the plantings. We have to consider our life, respect nature and use our creative touch every day.

I strongly believe our health depends on a positive, sensitive attitude towards ourselves. We thrive when we shape our reality accordingly. The universe is versatile, magical and huge in everything. Follow the flow, follow your flow, everything is energy. Immerse yourself in nature, be in contact with your surroundings, with your garden, the landscape, the trees, the shrubs, the singing birds, the buzzing bees and the beauty of tasty herbs and colorful flowers. Enjoy the fruits of your labour. Your garden is in all aspects magical for your health.

Do you wish to experience a healthy garden?
Do you need an expertly composed landscape design?
Do you need advice on what to plant?
Are you interested to engage me in your garden project?

You are very welcome to send me an e-mail and tell me how I can help. I am very thrilled to get to know what garden you desire. Let’s start. We can create your magical garden for a healing and happy feeling. Trust nature’s energy and feel the flow. It surely is within reach.

Magical Healing Landscapes are my contribution to your health and the health of nature in your garden. All living creatures will enjoy the richness and diversity of the beautiful plants. I create lush borders full of delicously smelling, sensational, colorful, strong perennials, shrubs, ornamental grasses and trees. Welcome!