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Q:  The other day I was reading an article on how crystals can help plants grow , what crystals would do best?


Dear K,
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.

I have found that just about any crystal can be used in the garden , but the most common crystals for gardening are Moss agate which has been used as a folk remedy for poorly growing plants for centuries. Others are Malachite, Moonstone, Prehnite, Green tourmaline, Zeolite. Any of these stone can be placed in flower pots, around the roots of a tree, planted in the corners of a vegatable garden to enhance its growth and help produce healthy strong fruits and vegatables. While not technically a garden stone Aquamarine used in the garden fountain or in the fish pond will benifit the fish and water plants. Aquamarine in the bird bath with benifit the birds who drink from it.  Placing it in the watering can will give transplants an extra boost to survive shock. Go ahead and sprinkle the crystals around in dishes or place them in the ground near roots. A trick I do to help me find the crystals later is to place an inverted flower pot over the crystals.
Roslyn Bohanan
Master Crystal Healer

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Posted on April 20, 2011
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