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The magic of: Crocus

The magic of: Crocus

(Crocus vemus)

Often one of the first signs that spring is on the way, these pretty little flowers grow in woodlands, meadows and are cultivated in gardens. The crocus brings with it the promise of spring, new projects, new ideas and new ventures and if you are looking for it – new love.

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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: Mistletoe & Pine

The magic of: Mistletoe & Pine

Mistletoe

 

(Viscum album, Phoradendron leucarpum, Phoradendron flavescens)

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  • Rachel Patterson
    Rachel Patterson says #
    Hi Erin I have found it in several books and online in various places. This website might help https://norse-mythology.org/tales/t
  • Erin Lale
    Erin Lale says #
    I've seen that thing about mistletoe being given to the goddess of love after Baldr's death circulating on the net, but I have no

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The Magic of...The Holly & The Ivy

Two plants that are often associated with Yule are the holly and the ivy (are you singing now?).  They both pack a huge magical punch...

Holly

(Ilex aquifolium, Ilex opaca)

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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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Columbine/Aquilegia magic

Columbine/Aquilegia

(Aquilegia Canadensis, Aquilegia vulgaris)

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