blessed garden

my favourite looks / part 1
- fitness crunch time
- come, over to my house
- olive garden
- the origin

Blessing for Herb Gardens

“Moonlit Mother,
Lend me your power.
Help these plants grow
Each and every hour.
Let them rest each night,
Under your watchful eye,
Help them to flourish,
And not to die.”

✨ ~ Sprinkle each plant with blessed water by using a crystal wand or dried herbs for a brush! ~ ✨

💛🌿 Today has been so beautiful 🌿💛

I started the day off with Chakra meditation and yoga in the backyard by my garden. I’ve made some Sun Water for my garden, I enchanted my plant babies, I’m boiling some eggs to use the excess water and egg shells on my garden, and I washed our front door (and back door bc we use it a quite a bit) with warm water and peppermint oil to reset vibrations and bring abundance. I also noticed my cucumbers and gladiolus are finally beginning to popping up! 🌱
I’m a very happy witch today. 💚

Everyone asking for clippings from the Demon Rose would be better off asking @systlin as she seems to be less deathly allergic to the great outdoors than I am. I mean I love you all dearly but I Struggle to breathe when I’m outside/itch horrendously and I’m not really up to negotiating with my wildly out of control hell plant that is a foot taller than me. (Unless you are in MN and or have already talked to me about this, then I will absolutely get ETD to take some clippings for you, I just hella do not have the time or spoons to do this myself right now, at least not until we get my auto-immune shit sorted.)

Also to the little young witches trying to offer me helpful advice about dealing with garden spirits, you’re so cute, gods bless your little socks <3. 

But to those trying to tell me that using the term “familiar” is appropriation (L O L) of your “culture”, (L O L) y’all hysterical. I am literally a Scottish witch from Scotland who has been practicing witchcraft longer than you’ve been alive. So you can take your fake Celtic ass back to the fake astral realm of bullshit from whence ye came, please, thank you and ~✨blessed be✨~.

Sooo I’ve been enjoying an extra long, long weekend and wanted to update you cuties quickly:

I started digging up a small area for a garden but I’m planning it as I go
I sanded down an old table and am just trying to decide what colour to paint it before using it as a new altar
All the flowers are blooming on the trail so I’ve been going on regular walks
I also met this nice guy with dreads and we went on a breakfast date, I decided he’s not for me but definitely potential for a new friend! Other than that I’ve basically just been planning, preparing and sticking to my practices 🙊✨

Ostara is Monday (20th)

As you prepare for the sabbat Ostara, be sure to remember what it’s all about. 

Ostara is all about spring, and new things budding and being born. It typically falls on the Vernal Equinox, and is around the holiday Easter. Passover is also taking place around this time. 

This is a good time to plant seedlings in your garden. Celebrate the balance of light and dark. Celebrate the idea of renewal and rebirth. Bless your gardens if you have one. 

Blessed Ostara Everyone!!



Look at this fucking……ridiculous bean. What a weirdo. I love her

Incantation for blending of herbs

By water, earth, air and fire, may this blend bring my desire. By north, south, east, and west may my purpose by you be blessed. Power of these plants work for me, so mote this vision come to be.

( I say this over my tea)

Sandra Kynes - Mixing of Essential Oils for Magic.

The Domestic Garden Witch: Playtime for Witchlings!

So maybe you’re a college witch with limited space and money, limited to the one window in your dorm. Or, maybe you’re a witch without extensive backyard space who wants to start up a magical garden. Perhaps you’re a kitchen witch who wants the freshest herbs right at her fingertips.

For many witches, having a garden seems to be a bit of a no-brainer. After all, plants and magic go hand-in-hand. Plus, when thinking of a witch, it’s hard not to think of a cottage in the woods with a little vegetable garden out front. Unfortunately for the majority of us, our cottage in the woods is a tiny flat, and our garden out front is a windowsill with limited space.

This is when it comes time to embrace your craftiness and bring your garden indoors! Not only does it place your garden in a convenient location, it also allows you to freshen the air, recycle what would otherwise harm the earth, and embrace your witchy green thumb!

Garden Witchcraft for Families

While not all of us have children, those of us who do certainly enjoy bringing a bit of happiness and engagement into their life! And for some, witchcraft can be a point of bonding for parent and child. As in any activity, we want our children to learn, and creating this tub garden teaches about responsibility in growing plants, as well as keeping their imaginations active, and if part of a witchy family, can teach them how to have a bit of a witchy green thumb, as well!

This project is fairly simple, requiring only a decently large tub, gravel, a drill, a few plants, soil, and a bit of mulch and water.

Start by drilling a few drainage holes into the bottom of the tub, then add a layer of gravel to help promote drainage. Then, fill the tub with a decent layer of soil and add your plants! Water, then add a layer of mulch, as well as any decorations you might want!

It’s best not to place too many plants, as the idea behind this garden is to give kids the option of playing with toys inside of the tub - their own fantasy forest or jungle that they have access to.

How Can I Witch This?

The possibilities are near endless, but the greatest witchy benefit here is sharing it with children. Use the tub to help teach them about different herbs and what they can be used for! If they help make the garden, guide them in creating a sigil or symbol for health, prosperity, and growth for the plants. Decorations are just as varied, but if you want to go with a faerie garden, crystals are ideal! Teach about what the different crystals mean, and urge the kiddo to create his own crystal grids in the garden!

But the greatest magic of all in this project, I feel, is allowing a child to know that it’s good to embrace his or her imagination. Encourage that creativity, and take joy in the pleasure they gain from playing in their own homemade garden!

Blessed Be! )O(

Healing spell (origami spell)

I didn’t really have a name for it but this spell was just a thought so i was like eh i’ll just upload it here this spell is pretty much the same like the other spells esentally. Just as always THIS SPELL IS NOT USED TO SUBSTUTE FOR MEDICAL HELP.

You will need: Green yellow or white origami paper , Some essental oil , some incense ,A pen or pencil ,(optional) a white or green candle , (optional) some peaceful music in the back ground.

Take the pen or pencil and write on the white part of the origami paper and write the words:


Take the paper and then fold it into a either a tulip ,a cup or a tea cup or a bird

when your done with that begin by lighting your candle and your incense and then begin by holding your hands over the origami figure say these words or similar:

“I enchant healing upon this object for (Name of person it can also be for yourself as well) may their (or my) health be restored and balanced in all aspects by the power of the sun and the gentleness of the moon let it be so and with harm to none blessed be”

When your done make sure to burn out the candle and incense and then put some of the oil on the paper (not alot just a dab) and then when your done with that you can give it to the person who needed healing or if it was for you leave it somewhere safe and let no one but yourself see it.

I hope you enjoyed this spell and blessed be -garden

Originally posted by artandspirituality

Originally posted by appalachianjamwich