This was our garden. A special world, built just for Pink and I.
|—Spinel, Steven Universe: The Movie|
Pink Diamond's Garden is a garden owned by Pink Diamond. The garden acted as a playground for Pink Diamond and Spinel before Pink received Earth as a colony, at which point she left Spinel in the garden for over six thousand years, resulting in the garden being neglected and the flowers withering. The garden also housed Spinel and made it's debut in Steven Universe: The Movie.
Pink owned this garden prior to starting her colony on Earth, over six thousand years ago. From what is known, the garden was full of different flora and she spent a great deal of time there, playing with Spinel. Pink was there when she received the message from Yellow and Blue Diamond granting her permission to colonize Earth. She then decided to go to Earth but did not want to bring Spinel along. So, she told Spinel to play a game where she would stand very still in the garden until Pink came back. However, Pink never returned after starting her colony and the garden became extremely overgrown as Spinel waited for 6,000 years. Eventually, it received Pink's son Steven's message to the universe and Spinel left. It was mentioned several times that Pearl visited the garden with Pink.
Later, Steven brought Spinel there to get her memories back where the Gem remembered her lonely existence waiting for Pink. Spinel finally regained her memories and identity there and destroyed the transmitter.
The garden sits on a large floating rock that is falling apart. It's protected by a large glass dome-like a greenhouse. Steven and Spinel enter the garden via a Warp Pad. When the two first enter the garden, everything has withered away due to no one taking care of the wildlife. Some of the pillars have crumbled and have fallen apart. During Spinel's flashback, we see how colorful and alive the garden once was.
- Forget-me-not flowers can be seen in the background, during Spinel's flashback waiting for Pink to return.
- Red Spider Lilies can also be seen toward the beginning of the flashback (Red Spider Lilies represent the loss of a loved one)