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Tuesday, 19 July 2011

GROW Astrological GardenS

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      A unique garden comprising various plants related to different zodiac signs and planets as per Hindu belief. These plants are stated to be of rare trees and represent nine planets, 12 Rashis (zodiac signs) and 27 Nakshatras (constellations) as mentioned in Hindu scriptures.

Various things are mentioned in our philosophy

Having belief in astrology people worship the trees related to their individual zodiac signs to resolve the problems which they fear have been caused by evil effects of planetary positions.

      People worship Peepal tree. When somebody faces problems in getting their children married, they worship the banyan tree. But they are not aware of the science or logic behind it and just blindly follow it. So to make them aware of that logic and give them the required knowledge. Specific plants suiting various zodiac signs will be planted here.

The objective behind this garden is

(a) One step against fighting Global Warming.
(b) Popularize astrology among general masses and spread awareness.
(c) Worship these special plants by taking help of priests to seek peace.

      Below are some suggestions on how to approach your Zodiac Garden. The associations of each sign can be incorporated into a garden that will suit your style. Whether it is starting with a theme centered around a country, or incorporating a water element if you are a water sign, each sign has enough ingredients to create a unique oasis.
Honeysuckle, thistle, bryony, peppermint, tiger lily, geranium, hops, impatiens, onions, hollyhocks Thorn-bearing trees/shrubs, some firs Sheep, rams, owls Red, white Fire Copper, iron England, France, Germany, Denmark
Rose, poppy, foxglove, daisy, primula, violet, columbine, mallow, berry fruits, sundew Ash, cypress, vine, apple, crab apple, pear, fig, citrus, palms Cattle Pink, pale blue
& green, pastel shades, orange red, brown, russet
Earth Copper, gold Ireland, Switzerland, Iran, Cyprus, The Greek Islands, Capri, France
Lily-of-the-valley, lavender, maidenhair fern, myrtle, fern, orchid, chrysanthemums, lilac, azalea Nut-bearing trees, hazel Small birds, parrots, butterflies, monkeys Most colors, particularly yellow & orange Air Mercury Wales, Belgium, USA, Lower Egypt, Sardinia, Armenia
Acanthus, convolvulus, geranium, lily, waterlily, cabbage, lotus, verbena, southern magnolia, cow parsley, white flowers, especially roses Pear, All trees, particularly those rich in sap i.e. maples Animals with shells, e.g. crabs & turtles Silver gray, pale yellow, white Water Silver Scotland, the Netherlands, North and West Africa, New Zealand, Paraguay, Algeria
Sunflower, marigold, celandine, passion flower, vines, rosemary, asters, larkspur, dahlia, heliotrope Palm, Bay, laurel, walnut, olive, citrus trees Big game, especially the cats The colors
of the sun
Fire Gold, ivory, royal blue Romania, Sicily, Czech Republic, southern Iraq, Lebanon, the south of France, Italy
Narcissus, chrysanthemums, asters, all brightly colored small flowers, particularly blue or yellow Cherry, nut-bearing trees, not just edible Pets, particularly cats & dogs, solitary animals Navy blue,
dark brown,
green, lilac
Earth Mercury, nickel, platinum Greece, the West Indies, Turkey, Brazil, Crete, Yugoslavia, Jordan, Switzerland
Large roses, asters, hydrangea, blue flowers, mint, daisy, berry fruits, Taurean flowers Plum, ash, poplar, and Taurean trees Elepants, lizards and small reptiles Shades of
blue from pale
to aguamarine, pink & pale green
Air Copper, brass Austria, Burma, Japan, Argentina, Upper Egypt, Canada, Tibet, China, South Pacific Islands
Rhododendron, geranium, holly, black-eyed susans, scarlet monkey flower, anenome, heather, gardenia, honeysuckle, cactus, Ariean flowers Yew, blackthorn, bushy or thorny trees Scorpions, eagle, wolf, most insects Dark red,
turquoise, midnight blue
Water Steel, iron Morocco, Norway, the Transvaal, Syria, Korea, Uruguay, Palestine
Pinks and carnations, dandelions, clematis, peonies, blackberries, thistles, mosses, sage, rush Lime, birch, mulberry, oak, ash, chestnut Horses, hunted animals i.e. deer Cobalt blue,
purple, tan
Fire Tin Spain, Australia, Hungary, South Africa, Saudi Arabia
Ivy, heartsease, amaranthus, pansy, knapweed, hemp, scotch broom, trillium, baby's breath, camellia, magnolia Pine, elm, yew, willow, aspen, poplar, hemlock Goats and cloven-footed animals Dark gray,
Chocolate brown, black, indigo
Earth Silver, lead India, Mexico, Afghanistan, Macedonia, Tibet, Albania, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Greece
Solomon's seal, orchid, golden rain, golden rod, jack-in-the-pulpit, bird of paradise, gladioli, trillium, kiwi Fruit trees, elderberry, olive, alder Large birds that fly far, peacocks, man Turquoise, violet Air Aluminum, lead alloys The Russian Federation, Sweden, Poland, Ethiopia, Isreal, Finland, Russia
Waterlily, those blooming in Piscean color, mosses, poppies, rhubbarb, yarrow, clematis, wisteria, lilac, orchids Willow, fig, trees growing near water Mammals that like water, fish Soft sea green, red violet Water Platinum, tin, pewter Portugal, small Mediterranean islands, the Gobi & Saharan deserts

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