Garden Dream Meaning

A garden in front of a house.

Similar Dreams: Earth, Yard, Home, Hat, Onions, Waiting, Underground

Dreams about gardens can provide a very nurturing feeling. There’s nothing like taking a stroll among nature in your dreams which brings a bit of soothing!

Of course, it does depend on what’s in the garden but let’s take a look at some of the dream meanings associated with this.

An image of a garden is typically a representation of your current state of affairs or a representation of how you perceive your life. It could be a symbol of a specific situation that is either well-ordered or completely over-grown. If you see specific people in your life associated with the garden, either helping you to tend to it or playing a large role in the garden, you can get a better idea of what the garden in your specific dream means to your current situation.

A garden dream also typically represents a potential change in your life.

Dreaming Of Tending To A Garden

A new beginning is on the horizon and good change is coming if you are fortunate to get this dream. Tending to your garden means that there is newness coming into your life.

A garden represents fertility and when you are planting seeds or watching them grow into flowers and plants, this is your subconscious’ way of letting you know that soon you will have new things or people to nurture in your life.

Have you had this dream more than once? Check out the meaning of recurring dreams.

Want more? Get more dream interpretations in the Astrology Answers Dream Dictionary.

Dreaming Of Walking Through A Garden

Often, this dream represents a desire to be closer to nature. This is a more common type of dream if you are stuck in the city and rarely spend time among nature. Your inner self requires time among nature in order to recharge its batteries. It is your “natural” home and spending too much time away from it can lead to stress and anxiety, among other things.

Ask yourself, how much time do you spend among nature? Even walking in the local park on the weekend or spending time in the garden among the shrubs can be wonderfully helpful.

Dreaming About The State Of Your Garden

If your garden looks beautiful it means that there is creativity and joy in your life. Things are going well and you are on the right path - keep it up!

If, however, the garden looks neglected and there are weeds sprouting up everywhere, this indicates that your personal growth is under threat. You may be neglecting it in favor of something that is not in line with your true soul purpose. Your creativity or voice may be personally stifled.

Dreaming About Gardening

If you dream that you are gardening then this shows that you are in the middle of creating something in your personal life and it could easily result in something abundant and fruitful for you.

This type of dream encourages you to keep moving forward with what you are doing. This is your subconscious’ way of letting you know that you are on the right track. Good things are coming!

All in all, garden dreams give us huge clues as to how we are dealing with our personal growth. Pay close attention to the state of the garden to get a good insight into how you are doing.

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