40 Biblical Garden Names to Inspire You


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Some of the greatest gardens have names, why should yours be any different! When choosing a name for your garden, you will want something that has a lot of meaning for you. Something that inspires you. What better place to draw your inspiration than from the Bible. Here are some ideas for biblical garden names to get you started.

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Garden Names in the Bible

Depending on which version of the bible you read, who did the translation and the interpretation, there are a few gardens mentioned. They are:

  1. The Garden of Eden (Genesis 1:26 – 1:31)
  2. Solomon’s Garden (Ecclesiastes 2:5)
  3. The Kings Garden (also Solomon’s Garden)
  4. The Garden of Gethsemane (John 18:1-2)
  5. The Garden Tomb (John 19:41)

If you are looking for a name for your garden that is simply inspired by the bible, here are some great options!

Top 10 Biblical Garden Name Ideas

  1. 6th Day Garden
  2. Angel Garden
  3. Garden of Bethany
  4. Grace Gardens
  5. Still Water Gardens
  6. Gardening Under God
  7. Trinity Garden
  8. Galilee Garden
  9. Garden of the Ark
  10. Garden of Life

Other Ideas for Garden Names Inspired by the Bible

When you are drawing inspiration for your garden name, think of the people and places in the bible that play roles you find important. Is there a particular event or verse that you are really drawn to? Find a way to incorporate it!

Here are a list of words and ideas you could consider.

  • Bread of Life
  • Divine
  • Gopherwood (the wood Noah used for the Ark)
  • Bethany
  • Ararat
  • Angel
  • Rise Again
  • Heart of Heaven
  • Green Pastures
  • Grace
  • Kidron Valley
  • Little Light
  • Narrow Path
  • Born Again
  • Christian
  • Heaven
  • Galilee
  • Everlasting Life
  • Holy Ground
  • Pray / Prayer
  • In The Beginning
  • The Good Book
  • Under God
  • This Little Light
  • Preach / Preacher

How to Name Your Garden

Most gardens are going to either start with the word “Garden” like “Garden of Eden” or end with “Garden” like “The Kings Garden”.

It is completely up to you if you want to adhere to this “standard” or not. You could name your garden anything you like. It can even have a one word name like the Keukenhof in South Holland!

The choice is completely up to you.

April

Single mom, animal lover and lover of all things DIY and life on the farm!

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