Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

How does your magickal garden grow?... With violets, rosemary, and yarrow to attract faeries; an apple tree for love and health; and a circle of stones in some tucked-away corner? Whether you live in a cottage in the woods, a home in the suburbs, or a city apartment with a small balcony, a powerful and enchanted realm awaits you. Discover the secret language and magickal properties of the trees and flowers, herbs and plants found growing around you, and learn how to create your own witch's…

Poisonous plant and classic Witch garden flowers. All of these plant while lovely are indeed toxic. For more information read my book "Garden Witches Herbal". There you will find a chapter devoted to Gothic Witch Garden Plants. -Ellen Dugan

Monkshood (Aconite) also known as wolfsbane. A pretty fall bloomer for your garden of witchery. A classic witches garden plant. It is highly toxic so be warned.

Harvesting & Drying Medicinal Flowers via This Organic Life #harvest #dry #flowers #calendula #echinacea #redclover #chamomile #herbs #herbal #medicinal #dryingherbs #dryingflowers #herbalmedicine #health #wellnes #natural #organic #naturalhealth #alternativehealth #alternativemedicine #garden #grow #farm #diy #dryherbs

Life On Virginia Streetfrom Life On Virginia Street

The Best Fertilizer for Plants

The secret to insane planter growth. I definitely plan to give this a try. Even I can't mess this up!

Start a Quick and Easy Food Garden fast with this season-by-season planting plan for a no-dig, easy-care Bag Garden. If you’ve been dreaming of the joy of growing your own food but have limited growing space and a busy schedule, a Bag Garden might be for you. Here's how to get started.

Sage aids digestion, relieves cramps, reduces diarrhea, dries up phlegm, fights colds, reduces inflammation and swelling, acts as a salve for cuts and burns, and kills bacteria.

Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

Colorful Front-Yard Garden Plans

Enjoy the Beauty of Grasses Ornamental grasses are great because they look beautiful all winter and are ultraeasy to grow. Soften hard-to-mow corners in the front of your home with this small-space garden plan. Garden size: 10 by 8 feet.

Smart Money, Simple Lifefrom Smart Money, Simple Life

How to Grow Your Own Food, Even If You Live in an Apartment

Yes. It is possible to grow your own food even if you live in an apartment or a house with little to no garden. The key ingredient you need is: sunlight. As long as you can offer your plants at least a work day's worth of sunshine (minimum 8 hours) you can grow your own food on a windowsill, balcony or porch in pots or containers. #GrowYourOwnFood #Frugal Food #ContainerGardening