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Devas/Plant Spirits

Devas/Plant Spirits

All plants have spirits, and to connect with the magical property of each plant it is my suggestion that you talk to the spirit within it, make a connection. This is easily done, if you don’t mind the neighbours thinking you are slightly mad. 

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Plant Ink

Plant Ink

It can be fun to make ink from plants.  The ink can then be used in magical workings, especially if you correspond the colour and the plant used in the ink to the intent of the spell.  I like to use it to write out petitions.

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Natural Plant Dyes

Plant dyes

Roots, nuts and flowers can provide you with natural dyes.  Collect flowers in full bloom and make sure any nuts or berries you use are ripe.  Experiment with different plant materials to create a variety of colours.

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The magic of: Cyclamen

The magic of: Cyclamen

(Cyclamen spp)

Growing in the cooler months cyclamen come in a variety of colours – red, pink and white, pretty little flowers on the ends of stalks that rise up from a bed of ivy shaped leaves.

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The magic of: Jasmine

Jasmine

(Jasminum grandiflorum, Jasminum officinale, Jasminum odoratissimum)

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The magic of: Bay

The magic of: Bay

(Laurus nobilis)

The bay grows as a tree - the laurel, but it does grow slowly so it does very well in pots if you have a small garden.  You can pick the bay leaves all year round.

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