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.

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In Bad Mergentheim, a city in south-west Germany, Sussan created a Diamond Garden in the yard of her family home, close by a newly built Summer House. Sussan writes: “The shape was dowsed. Shape A was the best for me personally. But asking the question under the consideration also for the best of the family […]

Diamonds in all diversity

There are many flower beds. Here is a garden for those who dine. In preparation for a Diamond Gardening project week-end in Germany, Wilma and Inés prepared this extraordinary Diamond.

Diamonds Tip to Tip

In the mountains of North Carolina, Martha created two square 12′x12′ Diamond Gardens tip to tip in the yard of a former school building. “Digging Into A Model Of New Dimensions” is her acronym of DIAMOND gardening. Martha also writes: “Garden lesson: After harvesting a crop, I noticed that the clean soil was rapidly overtaken […]

A City Diamond

A garden? – A Diamond Garden? – At our place? – When those questions arose, I found many reasons to give up on the idea. The most obvious one: How should we have a garden, living as we do, right in the middle of a big city in Germany, in a rented apartment on the […]


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