Welcome to the Multi-faceted World of Diamond Gardening

Diamond Gardening for inner growth! Cultivate your place in the world. More than just growing vegetables or cut flowers in a 12' x 12' plot, plant a garden and renew your freedom. This freedom results from the personal success and satisfaction of self-sufficiency while building community with others. With the rewards of an abundant harvest, you widen your awareness of the subtle workings of nature. When you create a Diamond Garden you become part of an international chain of diamond friends who are linked together through the desire to make this act of gardening a spiritual and freedom filled endeavour.

Diamond Gardening increases awareness and respect for your health and spirituality using your 12' x 12' garden as a microcosm of your place in the world.

Energetic Treasures in Your Diamond

Summer solstice marked a new phase in the natural cycle of this year’s gardening season. By now, you might have harvested your first crop and enjoyed the flowering of spring and early summer flowers. You also might take pleasure in watching the growth of vegetables and fruit, looking forward to the moment when you’ll discover […]

Sue Gurnee: Compost

Compost is a collection of decomposing organic material used to resplenish the soil. Organic materials decay and nitrogen is released. The nitrogen rich soil retains water. Humus is the end result of composting weeds, grass clippings, autumn leaves, manure, and organic waste from the kitchen. It stimulates the soil in continuing the process of decay. […]

Sue Gurnee: The Earth

There is much rich history under your feet as you survey where to put your garden. Consider that it has taken between five hundred and one thousand years to build up one inch of topsoil. Imagine the stories it could tell. Bio-dynamic and organic farmers regard the soil as a living structure comprised of interdependent […]

From the ground up — Compost

What is compost? Compost is a collection of decomposing material used to replenish the soil. Organic materials decay and nitrogen is released. Nitrogen in the soil retains water. When you collect a heap of such things as weeds, grass clippings, autumn leaves, manure and kitchen vegetable scraps you assist in building the necessary nutrients for […]


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