From The Archives—Meditation Circle

In 2001 this garden was established with many passalong plants from my Wave Road home and by 2011 the garden had long since become my sanctuary. In keeping with that I created a formal meditation space.

From day one the labyrinth fulfilled its contemplative objective and added a strong design focal point to the garden. Seen here four months after completion, the meditation circle that first year was planted in Iberis, penstemon, thyme and angelonia, with the odd color but budget-friendly choice of marigolds marking either side of the entrance.

Meditation Circle July 31, 2011

11 thoughts on “From The Archives—Meditation Circle

    1. pbmgarden Post author

      I do enjoy it but it hasn’t looked photo-worthy in a while. I hope to pull it back from the brink this year! I researched labyrinths some and sketched out a plan. My husband figured out the math to lay it out properly.

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  1. Cathy

    I really liked your meditation circle from the moment I first saw it many years ago (congratulations on your blogiversary!) and it was nice to revisit today! I wonder if you have any new plans for planting this year, or will you stick with the self-seeded blooms from past years. I remember seeing your lovely antirrhinums and penstemon.

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