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GardenSong Project is a unique website oriented around conscious co-creation with Nature. In a way, it is about benevolent Contact, in that we must reach out to realms we haven't been able to see easily and get to know the beings that live close to us, yet unseen. Here we learn to operate in an expanded reality on a daily basis by getting to know, communicating with and responding into a previously hidden reality where Ancient Trees are our Elders with wisdom to be listened and responded to, Plants love to serve and help us if we ask, Flowers share their beauty and energy in a new way, Fairies become our friends and co-create with us, Nature Spirits share their gifts with us and Overseeing Elementals cooperate and coordinate their forces to help us enliven and heal all the damage man has unconsciously and consciously enacted upon Mother Earth and the Natural World. Here I share information and inspiration and my OD Life of Saleena Kí stories that orient around Nature and my experience with them. GardenSong Project is orient around a Vibrakey Kit of the same name.This website is a Branch of HomeTree. Buy her art from the Omni-D Store and subscribe to her OD Life Stories at
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GardenSong2 Gardens

Our GardenSong2 Project here in Middle Tennessee is dedicated to creating a DIVERSE SANCTUARY for our POLLINATORS and small ANIMALS. It is also designed to NURTURE, NOURISH and PROTECT many species that are struggling with current Earth envirmental conditions and reckless agriculture practices. It serves to provide us HUMANS with BEAUTY & NOURISHMENT for our BODY/MIND/SPIRIT and a POSITIVE PURPOSE/MISSION.

GardenSong2 is filled with many unique AREAS and GARDENS which are full of PLANTS, HERBS & FLOWERS and contain a variety of both CULTIVATED, NATIVE and NATIVE WILDS. We are learning to eat and use the many WILD EDIBLES that surround us. Each Garden or Area has a name and sometimes humans associated with them. They also have STORIES, PURPOSE, MEANING and I like to share those stories. TREES here are my FRIENDS, some of them are actually PLAYERS in this unfolding magical ADVENTURE.

Handy Hugh decided to create a map from the Google Earth view of our GardenSong that surrounds our home. He walked around with me, taking notes on the names of each one. He loves numbers and was happy to announce the number of Gardens we have, something like 43 at his last count. I know we have more now. We started a list of PLANTS, TREES and FLOWERS that live in each one. 

Here is the most current list and locations. You will find an * on the Garden name and links under it if I have posted a STORY or PHOTO of an AREA or GARDEN: 

Starting at the Southwest front corner of GardenSong facing Wagoner Hill Road & moving along the White Fence

Indigo’s Corner

   dedicated to all the Indigo Children that paved the way…

*Lion’s Gate Garden

     aligns with the 8-8 Sirian Lion’s Gate . Learn more by clicking the 8-8 link.

GS Journal-New Garden Area & Lion’s Gate Portal
Visitors At Lion’s Gate Garden

Lily’s Peace Garden

   Dedicated to anchoring in more PEACE into this world.  

Love Joy Garden

     Anchors in the energies of these into our world.

Giant Cosmos Forest 3

     Began as the Viking Ship Garden and has gradually transitioned into this.

Toady’s Corner

     A new fun Toad Habitat, inspired by an encounter with a Chocolate Brown Toad

The Beast’s Sanctuary

    He is a giant Elder Sugar Maple and one of my first FRIENDS here.
     Remind me to tell you the story about his gift to me.

Oroborus Snake Berm

     Surrounds The Beast’s Sanctuary

New Masculine Garden

     Dedicated to anchoring in a new kind of energy for the MASCULINE of this WORLD
     nestled in the Heart of The Beast’s Sanctuary

Rosy Rugosa’s Row

    These beauties came from Laulima, I love them so much!

The Queen’s Garden includes Outback Frog Pond

     Queen Anne’s Lace springs forth here to grace us with her delicate beauty.

Back-o-Beyond Butterfly Cabbage Patch

     This garden is dedicated to the Family of White Butterflies.
     I planted 50 Cabbages the first year just for them. 

Back-o-Beyond Cave

   Here is where I store things, tucked back under the Privet Hedge.
   This year I stored all the bags of LEAVES that showed up miraculously.

Along SE side of House

Berry Berry Patch

includes Thornless Raspberries and Blackberries, plus 2 Oak Leaf Hydrageas
from Handy Hugh’s brother Joe’s who lives in a wonderous home deep in the Woods on the OZONE Plateau 

Rain Tank #3

Between the House & Cabbage Patch

Giant Cosmos Forest 1

Mary Magdalene Garden

Mint Magic Container Garden

Out the Back Door

Happy Morning Sun Garden

Angel Garden

     includes Blue Birdbath with Solar Lily Pad Fountain


Sunflower Alley

StarGazer Swing

Whiskey Barrel Falls

Nettle’s Corner

Emerald Tree’s Clothesline

Hummingbird Outpost

Along the back SouthEast Corner to Cemetery Road

Primrose & Honeysuckle HedgeRow

Sasquatch SquashPatch

Cedar Sanctuary (AKA Belf Cave) & Steve’s Great Wall

Compost Corner


Cinder-ella’s Circle Compost Heap

Black Hole Compost Bin

Earthship Composter

Earthship Planters

Compost Bins

Geometry Garden

Elderberry Hedgerow

Wood Stack

Fairy Nursery

Silky Dogwood

Wave Garden

Giant Ragweed Forest

Big Bertha Berm

Redbud Named Dogwood

On the northwest corner at Cemetery Road


Along the NE side of Carriage House

Comfrey Corner

Contained by

Mushroom Log

Rain Barrel #2

On the SE side of Carriage House Facing Penguin-Rooster House

Greenhouse/Hot Tub

Greenhouse Forest

destined to become a Lasagna Garden

Handy Hugh’s Frog Pond

On the SW Side of Carriage House

Goldie’s Wild Things Garden

Cedar Glade

Jack’s Cactus Garden

On the NW Side of the House

Succulent Garden (on Picnic Table)

Kitchen Waterfall

guarded by Phido

Fern Gully

Goji Arch

4 Frogs Ponds

Fairy’s Blue Garden


3Bird Butterfly Feeding Station

Flutterleaf, the Sleeping Dragon

The Blue Fairy

   who lost her wings…

Goji Arch

Baby Cedar Tree

Stone Piles

Strawberry Patch

Feather Tree Forest

RedWell Wishing Well

Marys Garden

Created by my sister, Mary Angelico, when she was hungry for DIRT! This is a posting on her Facebook page.

One-Eyed Happy Frog Pond Garden

Potato Tub

Fungi Forest

On NW Side of Porch

Elcampe’s Trio Garden

Between House & Greenhouse

Butterfly Heaven Haven

Jim’s Hedgeless Hedgehog Garden 

Ancestor Garden

     Wherein lie bulbs of my Mother’s Father & Mother’s Iris and Tulips. Wherein root Flowers from my beloved FAMILY.

Between NW Corner of House to Stone Wall

Heart Garden


     Spiral Tripoli


Lovin’ Mother Garden


     AinGaia’s Bare Earth Circle

     Strawberry Spiral Garden

     Giant Cosmos Forest 2

     Sweet Potato Patch

     Privet Tree

     Another Tree

     Mimosa Tangled Tree

Blackberry Tangle Woods

Belf Garden

     Co-Created with Momsy for the Belves of Booneville

Mama Sharon’s Azalea Garden

*Front Porch Garden

Where live:

     Happy for No Reason Furniture

                Wow did I have fun creating this!

     Many Flowers

     an Iron Rooster & 2 CATS

Between Porch and Wagoner Hill Road

Chocolate Mint/Strawberry Patch

Rosemary’s Garden

Lotus Pond

Bird Bath

Assisi Garden

Blue Medicine Buddha Garden

Dalia Corner

Welcome Garden


     He is a Tree Friend. He messed with me at first, disappearing several Pears and bringing them back on 11-11-2011. Thus his name.


     She is one of my Tree Friends. She is a Sugar Maple who is rooted in the Gnome Grove right out from the Flower Porch. The Goddess Garden is nestled at her feet.

Wild Flower Garden surrounds Mary Redbud

     Mary Redbud is Randy Redbud’s Twinsy. She is encircled with new Earth from the Library House ready to receive our first Wildflower Seed Mix.


*Blue Ocean Garden surrounds Randy Redbud

     Randy Redbud is Mary Redbud’s twinsy. He is related to Randy at Laulima who was a surfer in Hawaii. The new Garden is dedicated to our lovely Hawaiian Ocean and the Wild Spinner Dolphins and other aquatic beings we swam with for so many years.  


He is Handy Hugh’s Penguin who is eternally Sunning at the Beach

Wild Spinner Dolphin

This is a life size Cedar Stump sculpture Momsy found in the Woods.

     New Blue Ocean Garden

Gnome Grove

     The Gnomes were pretty upset when they dug a trench for the waterline right between the two trees. They asked me one morning to please protect them and never let that happen again. I created a Stone Border, straightened up their land, made a nice pathway, a sitting bench and planted ground cover and flowers there for them. They settled down and now it is a very beautiful habitat for them and the Birds.

    Bird Feeding Station 2

     In the Gnome Grove I hang feeders here, including Suet for the Woodpeckers, Sunflower Seeds for all, Small Bird Seeds which it seems only they Bees like, and Thistle Seeds for the Goldfinch. Sunflower Seeds scattered on the ground are for the Cardinals Blue Jays and other ground feeders. I love photographing them eating.

Delivery Garden

     Where Flowers greet the lovely Mail Delivery Beings as they deliver GOOD NEWS from the rest of the World!




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