Gardening

Using geobiology in the garden


Plant here or rather there? What if you used geobiology to find the best location and hope for a lush garden?

Read also : easily identify the soil in your garden

Why refer to geobiology?

Geobiology is the study of the relationship between an environment and its inhabitants. Used for the creation of an ornamental garden or a vegetable garden, it makes it possible to choose the location of the plants according to the energies of a place: telluric and cosmic energies, coming respectively from the ground and from the sky (namely lunar influences, electromagnetic fields, underground water currents) but also soil memory. From this data, specialists draw two main networks that intersect and determine the “grid” of a plot: the Hartmann and Curry networks. Taking them into consideration helps determine the best location for a plant based on orientation, sunlight and soil resources.

Geobiology, how to do it?

Some people naturally feel positive or negative energies in a place, which guides them for their plantations. Patricia Grolier, writer of the garden, for example succeeds in detecting faults and sources. She planted all her gardens according to this "science": "I especially easily locate underground water currents," she says. I detect them then I comfort myself with my wand. I don't plant on it but right next to it; plants send their roots in for food. My plants are much bigger and healthier than in other gardens, she says. Without fertilizer except my compost, obviously, like all gardeners ”. If the use of a pendulum or a rod is completely foreign to you, then you need to call in a geobiologist or a dowser. He will determine the Hartmann and Curry networks in your garden and will be able to give you precise advice. The Hartmann lines in particular have a strong influence on living things, encompassing a whole range of influences as well. In short, care must be taken not to plant at the intersection (or node) of two Hartmann lines or an underground stream, otherwise the tree will wither or remain stunted.

Beautiful garden, happy gardener

Planting in the right place is a guarantee for a successful garden, very encouraging and satisfying for the gardener. In addition, geobiology can also be used to know where to position your terrace, pergola, arbor, bench ... Because it is also about the well-being of the gardener, who reacts just as much to these influences as the plants! It is above all a conscious approach by the gardener to be in harmony with a place and more broadly with nature.

To read: My feng-shui garden and me, Nathalie Normand. Good to know: Patricia Grolier will open her garden to the public in spring 2018 for the benefit of the charity Open Gardens (www.opengardens.eu)

Claire Lelong-Lehoang


Read also : easily identify the soil in your garden

Visual credits: Plantation: © Singkham Fotolia Geobiology: © Minicel73 Fotolia

Video: At Peace (October 2020).