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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote In this video I talk about how you can use crystals and rocks around your plants and garden to add beauty and extra sparkle and energy to your plants. ★ Check out my website ★ Facebook… ★ Twitter CONTINUE BELOW …….. In this video I show you how you can use quartz Crystals, minerals and rocks with your plants CONTINUED ……….. Please Like me on Facebook… Follow me on Twitter Thank you for watching and please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and Nature videos and see my weird and wacky cacti up close and personal. You can also like me on Facebook and Follow me on Twitter ♥ 🙂 XXX . HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music by Rick Clarke Video Rating: / 5


  • Odin the German Shepherd 1 year ago

    Very cool

  • Robert Batiz 1 year ago

    lovely video think you it may be in the comments i havent read them all read them all read them all but what is that beautiful plant you have the taller one I would love to add that to my collection of plants.

  • Hans Müller 1 year ago

    Hahaha… Dear lovely amazing Lyn… I will try this! Som of my plants needs to be healed…I think!
    Thanx for telling me about this video!
    XXXXXX <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

  • yourtub 1 year ago

    you should do some experiments, 2 identical pots w/ same amount of sun, both with a plant of the the same size, add one with a crystal one without and see how they do after 2 weeks. I also hear music helps them grow. So then you could add a third plant with a crystal AND music playing. I hear 528hz is some special frequency you could use that (or it could be a fourth plant to test against the other three)/ All very interesting stuff.

  • Viktoria 1 year ago

    wow, thats a good idea 🙂

  • Infinite1ne 1 year ago

    Shungite pyramids for plants and Quartz

  • Patrick Hempe 1 year ago

    Hi Lynn, i have similar experience with the stone called magnetite,
    it s a natural magnet and i know people who grind those stone up and mix them with the soil.
    I can buy here crystals  priced by the kilogram, Those white crystals you showed i bought  6 euro for a kilogram( i don t know the English name, in Dutch it is bergkristal, translated as mountain crystal, rose quartz was the same price,
    they aren t those beautiful ,polished looking kinds , but it s the same mineral with the same effect as the posh looking ones.
    And combined those lovely spikes or geode s with large chunks of mineral stone
    looks awesome.

  • Katie Harper 1 year ago

    I would love you ideas of holistic help with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome symptoms and pain

  • Emmit Stewart 1 year ago

    In my area, we have a lot of white quartz pebbles that were brought down from Canada by the great glacier.  These were originally clear quartz, bit the pressure of the ice fractured and refractured them til they are now almost opaque.  Some people call them "river eggs" because they are mostly white and have been naturally ground to a roughly oval shape.   I like to use these as decoration for my pots.  I also like to use natural quartz gravel as a top dressing on my plants. I don't know how much energy they give my plants,  but they act like a mulch to keep the soil uniformly moist, keep the soil from moving around when I water, and look nice.

  • Joseph Cek 1 year ago

    Are you Waldo's wife?

  • Fart Warrior 1 year ago

    I've seen some videos on people using orgonite in their gardens.  What do you think about orgonite?  Thanks

  • monica shelvin 1 year ago

    Also, does leaving a crystal next to/beside a plant used as a method for charging or should it still be cleansed after sometime being there?

  • monica shelvin 1 year ago

    Which crystals do you recommend using for plants? And does the variety differ if it is outdoor or indoor? Thanks! XO!

  • Ravencry83 1 year ago

    Great video! I also like to put crystal around my plants! And they love it. Especially quarz, rosequarz and amethyst! Greetings from germany! 😉

  • Debbie Gourley Bellinger 1 year ago

    Ahhh love this! I don't have all the beautiful crystals that you have but I am always picking up rocks that I feel need to be with me and I it them around and in with my plants. 😉

  • David Laughlin 1 year ago

    Confirmation bias.

  • PAUL STONE 1 year ago

    What a great video. I've subscribed to your channel and I look forward to following you on YouTube. Thanks for sharing.

  • Maristina Bundostir 1 year ago

    Very helpful video! Thank you so much for your knowledge and information! I will be getting more crystals soon to try your tips! Any favourite kinds of crystals which you like the most?

  • Sasaki Somdy 1 year ago

    I put tumbled Malachite and Amazonite pieces around my Mammilaria Rhondantha cactus.

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