The Book of Gardening Magick

Informational eBooklet

April (Northern Hemisphere) is the perfect time of the year to start a small mystical garden, now that the weather is changing from winter to spring and turning warmer. Spring energy welcomes the bursting growth of nature and the season of the Fairy folk. Gardening has many benefits: not only do you create a space springing with life, you also create a space teeming with magick. It is also a peaceful activity to help you feel grounded, to connect you with nature, and also get you outside in the sunshine.

The goal of this eBook is to share with you some of the most useful plants/herbs you may use in your magickal pursuits, such as creating oils and incense mixtures.  You may grow many of the plants indicated from seed or grown potted plants which are easily obtained from nurseries. Many grow well in garden beds but would also be happy in containers as well. Additionally, they are plants and herbs bursting with magical uses, but are so common that they will not draw too much attention from your family or friend. 

1.0  Introduction
2.0  Plants for Incense

The Moon
The Sun

3.0 Magickal Oil
4.0 Drying Herbs/Plants
5.0 Some Herbs and Flowers and their Traditional Powers

Paul Mathews
April 2023


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