Blossom Agate Sphere

  • Sale
  • Regular price $94.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.


Blossom Agate is also known as Sakura Agate, Flower Agate and Cherry Blossom Agate. Blossom Agate contains white chalcedony and is a type of plume agate.

” A change is needed from deep within, I need to grow, and I need to thrive.  Give me the strength I need, I know it’s inside. Help me finish the goals I’ve set for myself; I want to succeed, and have a magical life” - AP Crystals suggested intention for Blossom Agate

Blossom Agate Crystal Meaning + Metaphysical Abilities:

  • Encourages Self Growth
  • Will enable its keeper to "bloom" and "blossom"
  • Encourages its keeper to reach their full potential
  • Aids in personal Growth
  • Helps manifest dreams
  • Inhabits a soft, feminine energy
  • Can help to reveal hidden, or previously lost talents
  • Combats procrastination

Blossom Agate Healing Information:

  • Encourages its keeper to let the past go and look toward the future
  • Motivates its keeper to live life to the fullest
  • Said to help re-align and cleanse chakras

Agate Facts

  • Agate is a banded form of Quartz
  • Chalcedony is a type of Quartz and Agate, which has not been banded
  • Dendritic Agate and Moss agate are not true forms of Agate as they do not contain banding patterns
  • Agate gets its name from the crystal often containing multiple colours
  • Onyx, Sardonyx, Chalcedony and Carnelian are also forms of Agate
  • Agate is an easy to find crystal with large deposits being found all over the world making it a more affordable crystal
  • A fine, sharp and banded pattern with a strong colour will increase the cost and value of the Agate
  • Dendritic Agate is a type of translucent Chalcedony with tree or fern like inclusions
  • Fire Agate is often also a form of Chalcedony
  • Moss Agate is a form of Chalcedony which contains dense inclusions of green Hornblende that causes the pattern to resemble moss
  • Onyx is a type of Chalcedony also

Agate History

The history of the Agate crystal is closely tied to Germany. The town of Idar-Oberstein has an important connection to this type of crystal. Reason being is that both Agate and Jasper were found in this town and mined, cut and polished by a local craftsman. There was a huge Agate deposit found in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in the 1800's. The Agate was then shipped back to Idar-Oberstein for cutting and polishing as the locals from this town knew how to handle this crystal.