Tree Essence Tip
When I remade the Grand Fir Tree Essence this year, the tree spirit had information for me to share. “Big trees are vital to the robust health of planet Earth. We help to transmit energy and information around the Earth through our electromagnetic grid. Without big trees all around the Earth there are breaks in this communication network. Look at places where there are no trees – especially big trees. They are barren and there is little rainfall. We balance the atmosphere, and the wind interacts with us to produce the electromagnetics that create rain clouds. We breathe out the oxygen so animals, including humans, can live. We are Earth’s lungs and air filter.” In this area of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound), the air is clean and vibrant largely due to the “big trees.” Here at Tree Frog Farm there are hundreds of trees over 150 feet tall – grand fir, Douglas fir, western red cedar and red alder. At other locations on Lummi Island there are many more very tall trees including paper birch, big leaf maple, shore pine and hawthorn. Click on the links above to find the essence quality of each tree. This gives a sense of the information the “big trees” communicate around the world. In Joy, Diana
Diana Pepper and John Robinson established Tree Frog Farm in 2000. It grew out of our love for this magical land. We handcraft local flower essences and tree essences, most of which are made with native plants of the Pacific Northwest. Our flower essence blends are made in small batches and charged in a crystal matrix. We also make flower essence and aromatherapy misters. Diana prepares custom blends of flower essences and offers energy healing sessions by phone or in person.
We work in partnership with the Fairies and other Nature Beings of this land. Our philosophy is kinship with and respect for all Life. Tree Frog Farm is designated as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. The abundance of native habitat at Tree Frog Farm provides shelter and food for many native birds and other critters year ‘round. Over 20 species of birds nest on our land during spring and early summer. For more information please see the photo links below or the navigation links at the top of the page.
Thanks for your interest in Tree Frog Farm!
Diana and John