Crystals come from the earth – they are downright wonderful and never look out of place within a garden. Combining gemstones and gardening has had a long tradition and can be very rewarding. Each type of crystal is said to have a different type of power. So if you thought your garden was beautiful before, wait until you see what it looks like once crystal sculptures have been added!

Organic Crystal Sculptures can instantly improve the overall appearance of your garden!



  One option is the use of Garden Globes – colourful works of art that add extra interest to your garden. Spherical ‘Gazing Ball’ ornaments have had a long history and are believed to bring prosperity, health and good fortune. In interior decoration, a soft warm colour based on pale yellow and orange is said to be calming, improve communication, enhance attention span and aid digestion.

The same goes for outdoor design choices. Golden Brown is good for grounding, balances the mind and also harmonizes thoughts. These colours stimulate conversation and add to a harmonious family atmosphere.

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Furthermore, according to historical information, placing a garden globe at the home’s entrance would prevent unwanted energies from entering. After the King of Bavaria decorated the Herren-Chiemsee Palace with Garden Globes/ Gazing Balls in the 13th Century, they quickly became a common sight in European gardens. Reflective garden globes also have a practical use.

When properly placed they display your entire garden on its surface and this allows the home owner to see who is visiting before opening the door.


With their many uses, garden globes add a whimsical elegance to your landscape. It also goes without saying that the internal lighting in some of these works not only highlights interesting features in the stones and floral elements, but also provides your garden with additional beauty. Furthermore, a sphere is a very powerful form crystals can be arranged into, because this shape emits the same positive frequency in all directions.

Many believe that…

Organic, rounded, domed, spherical, wavy, curvy, or circular sculptures with  a spiral structure are the best!

According to Mike Emery @ Orgone Does Wonders: “THE BEST SHAPE FOR AN ORGONE DEVICE IS A SPHERE, a DOME, PUCK or CONE, because these shapes radiate in all directions and it is easy to feel the power coming off it.


He also says, that if  we spin, or dance around such spherical devices with our good intentions for all, or for a particular animal like the bees, or a hurricane, or a volcano, etc. the spinning installs our good intentions as a memory, because the spin energy organizes information.

At Solid Air Sculpture, I fill my garden designs with many different crystals , metals, flowers, light and cast them into resin. Using crystals and other precious stones is not just a contemporary New Age fad. Native American shamans and others have relied on the powers of gemstones for thousands of years. Throughout history, various cultures from around the world have used the energy from crystals to heal aches and pains, ward off negativity, and promote positive thinking. Using stones in healing is still popular amongst holistic minded people today, since they can be used not only for humans, but also to support new plantings and help reduce transplant shock!


Quartz is used a lot in my artwork, as it is very stable and gives off a piezo-electric charge when put under pressure (resin shrinks when it is cured, so constant pressure is put on the crystal). Due to the fact that the elements contained within the sculpture constantly attract and repel each other, a “scrubbing” action takes place. This cleans stagnant and negative energy and brings it back to a healthy, vibrant state.

Reduce stress, improve your focus, and develop a sense of well-being. The result should encourage introspection, rest and meditation.


As mentioned before, if you believe in the ancient tradition of Feng Shui, or Geomancy in the Western language, which is all about creating harmony with the land and your immediate environment, than these particular instructions could be applied to attract more Good Luck, Happiness, Reputation, or Fame into your life.

Southern area of your garden!

  • flame-shaped
  • pointy & triangular objects
  • colours RED and BRIGHT ORANGE
  • electrical lights (candles/ lava lamps)
  • (also use Pink, Green, Purple colours)


 Stones to be used are Jasper, Carnelians and Garnets


Additionally, a woodland design can provide a more relaxed and natural look to your landscape and is a real bonus, not just for song birds and wildlife, but also because many of the carefree plants that are used to make a woodland garden are relatively easy to maintain.

Magical Woodland Setting

 Here are some tips on how to create it:

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  • Small Shrubs and Trees
    Azalea, Birch, Flowering dogwood, Holly, Hydrangea, Japanese maple, Magnolia
  • Perennials and Bulbs
    Anemone, Bleeding heart, Blue-eyed grass, Bloodroot, Calla lily, Campanula, Cast iron plant, Columbine, Coralberry, Elephant ear, Dutchman’s breeches, Ferns, Foamflower, Ginger, Goldenrod, Heuchera coral bells, Hosta, Mayapple, Phlox, Trillium, Tuberous begonia, Violet, Watsonia, Wood lily, Wild geranium
  • Ground Cover Plants
    Ajuga, Lily of the valley, Liriope, Moss, Vinca, Virginia creeper


 For additional interest, you can add a birdbath, a bench, or other decorative features to your design. Furthermore, there are certain suggestions given by the teachings of Feng Shui, saying that if you place curvy sensual art, i.e. ROUND, OVAL and HEART SHAPED objects (ideally in pairs!) filled with Rose Quartz, Carnelians, Pink Tourmaline, or Pink Sapphires in the South-West area of your garden, this will apparently also help in matters regarding love and romantic relationships.



Pyramid Statues

and can be placed throughout your garden.

Pyramids are amazing structures. They fall into categories such as Quantum Physics, Sacred Geometry, Health and Well-Being, Metaphysics, Physical and Etheric Environment, Consciousness and Spirituality.

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Additionally, the pyramid shape acts like a lens that focuses the Earth’s magnetism, which also creates and amplifies energy. This energy is known to generate negative ions, which can help to reproduce and repair living cells. Pyramids are also known to neutralize geopathic stress and can make seeds and plants grow healthier!

The important thing to remember when creating a Magical Woodland Garden is that it is all about being playful. So just have fun, get creative, be silly and I guarantee you that the fairies will also appreciate (and reward) your efforts. Fairy gardens are becoming increasingly popular. For centuries, the world has been fascinated with the idea that the “wee folk” live among us and have the power to spread their magic and mischief throughout our homes and gardens. While evidence of the existence of fairies is slim, adding such elements to our own gardens is a way of participating in this centuries old tradition of trying to please the spirits and gain their favour.



Place your sculptures in a decorative pattern around or throughout your plot and create a shimmering border around the perimeter of your garden where the sun can hit them, casting patches of dancing light around the garden.

Smaller gemstone crystal garden décor can be used in Bird Baths, fountains, or succulent container gardens, like these metal/ resin/ Quartz/ Amethyst filled Orgonite/  Crystal Koi Fish, who will simultaneously detoxifying the water while creating an amusing fun element in your garden.




Butterflies will come and use the shiny reflective surface to help warm themselves and dry dew off their wings. You can get the best range of Bee & Butterfly pollinator friendly plants at:


 Or you use sculptures to mark out trails and flower beds. Don’t hide the beauty of your beloved artwork by tucking them underneath the plant or putting them in the ground.

Instead display them on the surface next to the plant!

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Although green stones are most often used to represent the earth and in garden healing, you can use any stones that you feel a special connection to, or that you simply just like!

Different stones also represent the four different elements (earth, air, fire and water), adding extra balance and harmony to the garden. If you need help with the decision making, Feng Shui suggests to display a collection of stones in the South East area of your garden that are


such as Jade, Garnets, Carnelians, Amethysts, Agates, Iolite, Jet, Mica and Tiger eye – since they attract money and are good for general abundance and prosperity.


Essentially, the key to channelling the energy of crystals is choosing the right one for your garden’s needs. For example, Amethyst, Rose Quartz, Tourmaline and Sodalite add healing energies to sick plants. Jaspers are known to encourage new growth. Onyx and Obsidian are recommended for tomato plants. In fact, black stones like Onyx and Obsidian reportedly confuse and repel pests. Tree agate crystal is supposed to encourage abundance, so it’s ideal for gardeners who want their plants to look fuller.

If plants appear weak, the energy from green calcite can help these plants relax and regain their strength. Citrine looks heavenly when it is nestled in a bed of yellow or white flowers, whereas malachite complements pink and purple flowers.


Citrine– In tones of yellow, gold and orange, citrine symbolizes the healing energies of the sun. Available as clusters, large or small singular pieces or chips, citrine adds a cheery, yellow accent to beds or containers. Citrine promotes happiness and dispels negativity and toxins.

Clear Quartz – Clear quartz crystals are the most common gemstones used in holistic healing. This stone is valued for its high vibrations of energy, and it also amplifies energy and emotions. In the garden, clear quartz stimulates growth and promotes healing. Quartz crystals are available in small or large pieces, and can be clustered or singular, rough or polished. Their clear to cloudy white glassy surface reflects sunlight, sometimes casting rainbow reflections. Quartz also reportedly helps tomato plants resist pests and disease, such as blight.

Moss Agate – Known as the gardener’s stone, moss agate is a light green coloured stone that is beautiful polished or not. Moss agate promotes a connection to the earth and has grounding energies. It also adds balance and promotes health and vitality in the garden. Available in large to very small pieces, moss agate generally has an average rock shape. Small polished moss agate pieces or chips make wonderful accents in cacti and succulent or fairy gardens.

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Green Adventurine – Green adventurine can range in color from light green to dark green. All variations of the color are vibrant. Larger stones may display a mottle of different green tones, while smaller stones can differ greatly in color and make an interesting fill for container plants, bird or butterfly baths and fountains. It also provides a less expensive alternative to jade for Zen gardens or bonsai. Green aventurine absorbs negativity and calms stress.

Tree Agate – With beautiful streaks and blotches of deep greens, white and sometimes gold, tree agate is a beautiful, eye-catching stone for anywhere. In the garden, tree agate creates calming, harmonious energies that drown out negativity. Place tree agate in meditation, Zen, or mandala gardens.

Malachite – Another green stone, malachite represents fertility and abundance. Naturally, we want our gardens to be fertile and abundant. Malachite also promotes new growth and transformation. Like green aventurine, malachite has veins of different deep, shades of green. Large raw pieces make especially unique garden accents.

Moonstone – Like clear quartz, moonstone is a clear to cloudy white gemstone. As its name implies, moonstone is associated with the moon. They make excellent additions to moon gardens, especially when accentuated with landscape lighting. Moonstone promotes fertility and health. It also adds an energy of peace and relaxation.

Rhyolite – Rhyolite is a colorful gemstone with streaks and blotches of orange, gold, green, gray, brown and more. Different variations of rhyolite are found in different regions. In the garden, rhyolite adds energies of fortitude, perseverance and balance.

Tiger’s Eye – Generally in brown, gray with veins of gold, and white, the streaking pattern of tiger’s eye looks like wood and can have a reflective, holographic effect in bright light. Tiger’s eye promotes strong root growth, harmony and success in the garden.


When gardening with crystals for their healing properties, many gardeners choose to simply place the crystals (or Orgonite) at the base of the plant so the roots feel the energy emitted from the sparkling stone. But the stones can also be planted in the soil near or under the plant roots. Alternatively gardeners have the option of putting the crystal (or Orgonite) in a shallow hole within the dirt so it can make direct contact with the plant’s roots. Another way to transfer the energy of crystals into your garden is to place them in plant food. Let the crystals remain in the plant food for 24 hours. Then you can remove them and spread the plant food throughout your garden.

Sculptures made of Orgonite can improve your plant’s health!





Most of my artwork comes in an array of colours and shapes. They offer unique accents for your home & garden and can be made to order. My latest project are large stone shape Orgonites, decorated on the outside with shimmering surface and sparkly elements. Please note that commission time is currently about 5-8 weeks.


I sell my work via:

Annett Banx @ Solid Air Sculpture


Tel. 07919505206


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