To dream of a garden represents something meaningful that is developing in your life. Developing in new ways or growing as a person. You are cultivating or slowly growing some new area of your life. A garden may also reflect a learning experience or teaching others something that takes time. New ideas that take time to develop.
Alternatively, a garden may reflect your to ensure safety or security for the long term.
A garden with very small plants represents the beginning of slow developments in your life. Skills or projects that will take time to mature and grow.
To dream of working in a garden may reflect personal time spent on improving yourself for the long-term. Weight loss or improving skills that give you confidence.
To dream of an evil garden symbolizes bad habits or a negative life situation that are slowly developing in your life. It may also point something a slow process of perfectly your revenge on someone. A “grand scheme” or long term plan with bad intentions.
To dream of a garden with vegetables or fruits symbolizes the slow development of certain characteristics based on the symbolism of those foods. Fruit gardens may reflect personal passions or romantic relationships that are developing. Negatively, a fruit garden may reflect an excessive amount of pleasure in your life or addictions that are getting out of hand. A vegetable garden may reflect a responsible area of your life that is slowly developing.
Consider the type of fruit or vegetables you see for additional symbolism.
To dream of a flooded garden may reflect feelings of being overwhelmed or overloaded with your new idea or plans. Alternatively, it may reflect too much enthusiasm for a developing area of your life.
Example: A man dreamed of seeing a garden with small green plants in it. In waking life he was beginning to write a book that required a lot of research.
Example 2: A man dreamed of walking near a garden. In waking life he has defused a serious fight between other people and was trying to get them to forgive each other and co-operate for the long-term. The garden may have reflected the man’s wish to enjoy long-term security with his friends.
Example 3: A woman dreamed of happily working in her garden and then seeing goldfish in a nearby pond die. In waking life she was improving herself, but then when other people didn’t notice it she became depressed. The dream may have been a sign that confidence slowly developed from improving herself was dependent on what other people thought about her. When she didn’t get the other people’s approval she slipped into a depression. The garden in this case may have reflected her personal time spent working on improving herself.
Example 4: A woman dreamed of being in a garden wearing her wedding dress when a snake came into to kill her fiancee. In waking life she was getting married the next day and fearing that her fiancee would get cold feet at the last minute. The garden may have reflected her initial confidence and happiness that all the wedding plans were in order before the ceremony.