May 10, 2016 I love Foxglove. They used to be known as Fairy Thimbles. I was at a nursery the other day and they had a section for fairy gardens. … [Read more...] about Fairy thimbles harbor a deadly poison in the witch’s garden
What's blooming in the Witch's Garden?
A garden journal of witchy herbs, moon garden magic and cottage garden favorites
How I became the witch's gardener. Gardening with a history.
May 10, 2016 Gardens are loved for their color. Witches are fond of their blacks. So we have to work in some black in here someplace. I ran across … [Read more...] about Pansies add another shade of black to the witch’s garden
May 4, 2016 Belladonna was one of the first witch plants I set out in my garden. I had no luck getting it started from seeds, and so ordered three … [Read more...] about An exquisite little poison blooms early in the witch’s garden
About four years ago I planted English Ivy. It succeeded and grows thick and heavy, which is what I wanted. I felt exposed to my right when I sat on … [Read more...] about A Lilac bush brings the scent of spring to the witch’s garden, as Clematis bloom and Ivy rambles
April 23 I have three Clematis vines, growing in three different spots. All three started off the season blooming well, and as of the end of May, … [Read more...] about The first Clematis bloom of the spring
You always have a soft spot for your first ... this Foxglove at the top was my first witchy plant, which I picked up as a seedling three summers ago. … [Read more...] about Foxglove! Spring means faeries thimbles in the witch’s garden