If you are a baby witch who wants to garden but doesn’t exactly know how to start, this is the post for you. Keep in mind that with flowering plants, there will tend to be bees. Bees are your friends unless you allergic to them because they help pollinate and support the ecosystem that humans need to survive.
A quick google search will show you how to plant and care for each of these plants. To the side are the magic purposes that Mama Cat uses them for, if you would like to use them for different kinds of magic, that is totally fine and up to you.
If you are interested in flowers, here are some plants that are easy to grow and tend to take care of themselves. They are also great for attracting bees.
Sunflowers- good for money and confidence magic
Sweet Peas- good for love, friendship, and calming magic
Nigellas- good for protection magic
Aquilegia- good for glamours and abundance magic
Californian Poppy- good for sleep magic
Nasturtium- good for star/divination magic
Pansy- good for illusion magic
Marigolds- good for protection and glamour magic
If your more into herbs, try these out.
Chives- good for protection magic
Basil- good for money and love magic
Fennel- good for love and luck magic
Garlic- good for any kind of magic
Lavender- good for calming magic
Rosemary- good for protection and love magic
Sage- Good for protection and banishing magic
If you enjoy more leafy and hardy plants, give these a whirl
Succulents (Aloe Vera, Hen and Chicks, Cobweb)- Good for strength magic
Ferns- good for happiness and protection magic
English/Star Ivy- good for protection magic
Philodendron- good for protection and strength magic
Dragons Tongue- good for glamour night magic
If you would like to try growing some vegetables, try these.
genre/warnings: fluff/romance/smut, flangst, adorkableness, use of non-penetrative sex toys, (not so) dry humping
feat: Hansol Vernon Chwe/Original Female, Joshua, Jeonghan + various
prompts: roommate!Vernon, silliness, cuddles, mac n’cheese = love
(a/n) my birthday project for my muse. thank you for everything vern:) and kisses for @vernkn who gifed my soft sweater vernon aesthetic. enjoy!
She loved Joshua Hong.
When she was so graciously offered to live in her aunt’s vacation penthouse close to her university of choice, the only catch was that she had to pay some of the bills. Completely fair, because it was a kind enough gesture to give away a freshly furnished space to a niece you barely talked to. Luckily, there was enough room for another guest, enough to split the rent.
So in comes the savior of her life, brother from another mother, Joshua Hong, decked out in sandy beige Sperry’s and ironed white jeans. Fresh from South California, he wore their sunshine on his smile, and their attitude in his Cheshire eyes. He was attending the same university as well, and was conveniently looking for a means to stay. Needless to say, she pounced on him at orientation before he could ask anyone else.
I cooked ramen for the first time today and the result was amaaazing 👌 easy to make and full of flavours. I used only fresh veggies to make it and one serving contains up to 22 grams of protein! 💪 My new favourite vegan meal to cook!
I am so frustrated with seeing people buy hamsters and putting them in tiny cages, or buy goldfish/bettas/any type of fish and keeping them in bowls.
Animals are NOT here for your amusement. If you want a pet, do your research and meet the animals needs.
So, friendly reminder that fancy goldfish need a minimum 20 gallons for ONE goldfish, and typically an extra 10g for each goldfish added on after that. They are cold water fish so do fine in room temperature water. They are very dirty fish and you NEED a filter.
Bettas need heated water, filters, and 2.5 gallons minimum. They can acquire a variety of diseases that require medicine.
Rodents are never going to be okay in tiny little plastic cages. They need good ventilation.
Non-dwarf hamsters need a minimum of 2.5 square feet of cage space. They don’t actually need a lot of vertical climbing space, and floor space is better. Rats need 2-2.5 square feet of space PER rat. They also need lots of toys and entertainment. Rats need to be in pairs as they are social animals.
Gerbils need lots of bedding so they can burrow. They like to dig down into their bedding. Rabbits need 12 square feet of space as a living area, and need time out of their cage to explore as well. They need hay, greens (veggies), and pellets. Guinea pigs need 7.5 square feet minimum for one pig, and preferably 10 square feet for two.
Please do research on the animal you are getting before you get it.
Feel free to reblog and add more information. I’ll be referring people back to this when I see stupidity happening.