The Contemporary New England Witch

The Contemporary New England Witch
Ms Faith

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

My garden this morning looked lovely, here let me share with you . . .

Good Evening,

My garden looked just lovely this morning and I wanted to share her with you. Here are some pictures of her for you to enjoy. I hope you have a wonderful day and the next discussion will have more about the magick of plants, herbs and flowers. Until then,

Peace and Happiness



Garden Sage - in its third and last year of growth. A Tri-annual, garden sage grows for three seasons, blooms profusely in its third year and then dies away. I will plant first year plants this year so that my sage bed doesn't fade away. If I plant new sage plants every year I should have blooms every year after the first couple.


Cinquefoil- a true witches plant. It is also called five fingered grass and we know it in Southern New England as 'butter cups'. Witches use cinquefoil for five magickal properties i.e. love, money, health, power and wisdom







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1 comment:

  1. So pretty-I love your red gazing ball! I've just begun really getting into gardening, but I'm hooked already.

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