Organic gardening is an approach to farming that reduces use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It also uses natural methods to prevent pest invasions and combat diseases.
Gardens are typically made up of flowers and vegetables/fruits. Alternatively, a garden may include trees or other plants that are not edible but are still part of the landscaping.
AN urban gardener has revealed a unique hack for plants utilizing crystals and a good eye.
The TikTok poster can’t take all the credit because it’s a trick that her grandpa swears by.
Kia Jade (@kia_urbangardener) is a self-described urban gardener and content creator.
She shares many of her gardening tips and tricks with viewers online as she navigates gardening in an urban city.
In a TikTok video, the blonde shared a plant hack that has been passed down from her grandfather to her.
Before filming the video, she wrote in the video’s caption that she was reading about a famous Australian gardener called Esther Dean.
She used the crystal technique called Dowsing to identify which seeds were the healthiest to plant.
“Essentially, if it swings really large, the plants really healthy and that’s she would choose the type of seed she was going to plant,” she said in the video.
Kia put that theory to the test in real life with her grandfather by her side and documented it for her audience.
Her grandfather, who also is a farmer, agreed that it’s “what you do.”
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He held the crystal over a dead-looking Jade plant to show how still the crystal was around it.
Then, he held it over a healthy Jade plant, and it began to move in a wild circular motion.
Kia said often that he wasn’t moving his hand to dispel any rumors of tomfoolery.
Many viewers liked the theory and voiced it in the comment section of the video.
“Makes sense. Plants hold energy too,” one commented.
“This is right down my alley! Thank you, will try it. Everything is energy,” a fan added.
“Important reason why we need to build more greens and not concrete,” an admirer shared.
“I never saw this ever before. Wow so interesting I got to try this with my plants. Thanks for sharing. Still shocked watching this. Amazing,” a TikTok user wrote.