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Bach Flower remedies for your garden



Recently I have been using the remedies a lot in the garden, to aid with wilting, transplanting and infestations.  
 
Bach Flowers for plants requires a lot of guesswork and if the wrong remedy/remedies are chosen they will do no harm.  Rescue Remedy is a good option when in doubt of which remedies to use.
 
Below are some common situations and remedy suggestions.
 
DEHYDRATION
Oak to support the struggle
Olive to give energy
Rock Rose or Mimulus for fear of death
Wild Rose for resignation
Willow for self-pity
 
FAILURE TO THRIVE
Clematis to bring the plant to the present
Gentian to give encouragement
Gorse to give hope and the will to live
Hornbeam to get the plant started
Wild Rose to remove apathy
Wild Oat to give a sense of purpose
 
FLOWERS AND FRUIT, LACK OF
Centaury to allow the plant to stand up to pests etc
Crab Apple to promote self-acceptance by the plant
Gentian to give encouragement
Hornbeam to provide the energy needed to get started
Olive if the plant is exhausted after years of flowering or fruiting
 
PESTS, FUNGUS, ROT ETC.
Agrimony for feelings of torture
Centuary to help stand up to the infestation
Crab Apple as a cleanser
Star of Bethlehem for shock
 
PHYSICAL DAMAGE
Rescue Cream as a salve
Star of Bethlehem for shock
 
TRANSPLANTING
Honeysuckle to help the plant let go of the past
Star of Bethlehem for shock
Walnut for change
Try watering the remedies into the new hole before you put the plant in
 
Dosage
 
Four drops of Rescue Remedy or two drops of the individual remedies.
 
Alternatively to make up a mixture of remedies – add two drops (four drops of Rescue Remedy) of up to seven remedies in a mixing bottle of water. Four drops can be added to a mister or a watering can. Repeat as often as necessary.
 
Simply water all around the plant - remedies will stay in the soil and the plant will gradually absorb them.
 

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