Botanical Tarot

In our modern world, where the fast pace of life often disconnects us from nature and ourselves, many individuals seek solace in ancient practices that help restore harmony and balance. Tarot, a powerful tool for self-reflection and guidance, has captivated the hearts of countless seekers throughout history. Embark with us on a journey to explore the Major Arcana, the crown jewel of tarot.

The cards of the Botanical Tarot are each Hand Painted plants to represent their respective cards.
Each plant has been carefully selected to match the meaning of the card and opens up a new way of interpretation of the cards for our fellow plant lovers.

Since the individual illustrations of the deck have been so popular we decided to create art prints of the individual tarot cards as well.

To help you read the cards an their designs better, we have created a page that guides you in the understanding of their meaning and a bit of the background story of how each flower found their way on to the deck. Let’s dive into the rich symbolism and holistic meanings of these enigmatic cards.

EL LOCO – The Fool (Card 0):

The Fool marks the beginning of the tarot journey, representing new beginnings, spontaneity, and taking leaps of faith. It encourages you to embrace your inner child and approach life with a sense of wonder and adventure. For the nature lover, this card symbolizes the call to explore the world, to wander in untrodden paths, and to trust in the healing powers of nature.

EL MAGO – The Magician (Card I):

The Magician embodies the power of manifestation and harnessing one’s potential. It urges you to tap into your innate abilities and connect with the natural energies that surround you. Just as the magician uses the elements to create, you too can channel the elements of nature to manifest your desires and bring about positive change.

The High Priestess (Card II):

The High Priestess is the embodiment of intuition and deep inner wisdom. She represents the hidden realms and the connection to the subconscious. Through her, one can tap into the natural rhythms of the universe and access the profound wisdom that nature holds. Trust your instincts and allow the whispers of the natural world to guide you on your path.

The Empress (Card III):

The Empress is the nurturing and creative force of the Major Arcana. She is deeply connected to the earth and represents the bountiful gifts of nature. This card reminds us to honor and appreciate the natural world, to cultivate our own creativity, and to find solace and inspiration in the embrace of Mother Earth.

The Emperor (Card IV):

The Emperor embodies structure, stability, and a sense of authority. He signifies the balance between human and natural law. This card urges you to find harmony between your personal ambitions and responsibilities towards nature. Seek to be a wise steward of the Earth, respecting its boundaries and creating a sustainable future.

The Hierophant (Card V):

The Hierophant represents tradition, spirituality, and the wisdom passed down through generations. In a nature-loving context, this card encourages us to seek ancient wisdom and indigenous knowledge from cultures closely tied to the natural world. It reminds us to honor the sacredness of nature and the lessons it teaches.

The Lovers (Card VI):

The Lovers card is not just about romantic love but also about harmony and unity. It represents the balance of opposites and the interconnectedness of all things. For the nature lover, this card encourages a deep connection with the natural world, reminding us that we are part of a larger whole and responsible for its preservation.

The Chariot (Card VII):

The Chariot symbolizes willpower, determination, and overcoming obstacles. It reminds us that with focused intent and direction, we can navigate our way through life’s challenges. This card speaks to the nature lover’s resilience and ability to overcome adversity, just as nature perseveres in the face of adversity.

The Strength (Card VIII):

Strength represents inner courage, resilience, and the power to overcome fear. It teaches us that true strength lies not in domination but in compassion and gentleness. This card encourages us to embrace the strength of nature and learn from its ability to adapt, heal, and thrive.

The Hermit (Card IX):

The Hermit invites introspection and solitude, guiding us to seek answers within ourselves and in the tranquility of nature. It represents the need to retreat from the noise of the world, reconnect with our inner voice, and find solace in the natural world. Take time to be alone in nature, for it holds the key to inner wisdom and enlightenment.

The Wheel of Fortune (Card X):

The Wheel of Fortune represents the cycles of life, the ebb, and flow of nature. It reminds us that change is inevitable and that we must embrace it with grace. Just as the seasons change, so do our lives. This card encourages us to surrender to the flow of life, trusting in the natural order of the universe.

The Justice (Card XI):

Justice signifies balance, fairness, and karmic consequences. It encourages us to make decisions with integrity and to stand up for what is right. In a nature-loving context, this card reminds us of our responsibility to protect and restore the balance of the natural world, recognizing the interconnectedness of all beings.

The Hanged Man (Card XII):

The Hanged Man represents surrender, letting go, and gaining a new perspective. It reminds us that sometimes we need to release control and surrender to the wisdom of the natural world. By embracing stillness and silence, we open ourselves up to receive new insights and transformative experiences.

The Death (Card XIII):

Death symbolizes transformation, endings, and new beginnings. In the context of nature, this card represents the cycle of life and death that is essential for growth and regeneration. Just as autumn leaves fall to nourish the earth, death allows for the birth of new life. Embrace change and trust in the transformative power of nature.

The Temperance (Card XIV):

Temperance represents balance, harmony, and moderation. It encourages us to find the middle path and cultivate a harmonious relationship with nature. This card reminds us to honor the delicate balance of ecosystems and to live in sustainable harmony with the natural world.

The Devil (Card XV):

The Devil symbolizes temptation, attachments, and illusions that bind us. In a nature-loving context, this card warns us of the dangers of exploiting and dominating nature for our own desires. It calls us to free ourselves from destructive habits and work towards a more sustainable and respectful relationship with the Earth.

The Tower (Card XVI):

The Tower represents sudden change, upheaval, and the breaking down of old structures. It signifies the need for transformation and the opportunity for growth that arises from challenging circumstances. For the nature lover, this card reminds us of the resilience of nature in the face of upheaval and the potential for renewal and regeneration.

The Star (Card XVII):

The Star is a card of hope, inspiration, and healing. It reminds us that even in the darkest times, there is always a guiding light to lead us forward. Just as the stars illuminate the night sky, nature’s beauty and wisdom can guide us on our path. This card encourages us to seek solace and inspiration in the natural world.

The Moon (Card XVIII):

The Moon represents intuition, dreams, and the hidden realms of the subconscious. It encourages us to explore our deepest emotions and connect with the natural rhythms of the Earth. This card reminds us to embrace the mysteries of nature and honor the cycles of the moon as a guide for our personal growth.

The Sun (Card XIX):

The Sun embodies joy, vitality, and the radiant energy of life. It represents clarity, enlightenment, and the full expression of our true selves. For the nature-loving audience, this card symbolizes the power of the sun in nourishing and sustaining life on Earth. It calls us to embrace our own light and radiate it into the world.

Judgment (Card XX):

Judgment signifies self-reflection, renewal, and awakening. It represents a moment of reckoning, where we are called to assess our actions and make positive changes. In a nature-loving context, this card urges us to reflect on our relationship with the Earth and take responsibility for the impact of our choices. Embrace the opportunity for growth and transformation.

The World (Card XXI):

The World is the final card of the Major Arcana, symbolizing completion, fulfillment, and wholeness. It represents the culmination of a journey and the integration of all aspects of self. In a nature-loving context, this card celebrates our connection with the natural world and the unity of all beings. It invites us to live in harmony with the Earth, honoring its beauty and preserving its sacredness.


The Major Arcana of the tarot holds profound wisdom and guidance for those seeking a deeper connection with nature and themselves. Each card invites us to explore different aspects of our being and the interplay between our lives and the natural world. As we navigate the journey through the tarot, may we find inspiration, guidance, and a renewed sense of harmony with the Earth and all its inhabitants.