Goddess Gardening with a Green Witch BY Moody Moons

Anoint garden statues with spell oil, and other clever gardening ideas from a green witch.


Goddess gardening, or the art of creating a magical space in nature, is a holistic way to take your practice outdoors.

Join me on a journey through a green witch’s garden and get inspired to create a sacred space in your very own backyard.

From outdoor altars to spell gardens, there’s enough here to keep even the most ambitious gardener busy all spring!

Dig in the dirt, connect with nature, and get busy doing the most magical thing of all—making stuff grow.

Try a Spell Garden

Looking for a design idea that also serves your magical intentions?

Try a spell garden!

Pick an intention and design a garden around it. 

For example, if you want more romance in your life, place a (affiliate link —->) garden statue of Venus in a sunny spot and surround it with rose bushes.  Bury a piece of rose quartz near the feet, then tend to it as you would tend to a deep love.

Watch love bloom in your life with the flowers!

Grow Magical Herbs

Spring gardening with a green witch.

Nothing beats fresh, homegrown herbs for magical spell ingredients.  

Some herbs (like damiana and monkshood) are toxic and best left to the experts.

But even common culinary herbs freshen any spell effort.  Here are some common garden herbs with links to their magical properties:







If it smells pretty (and sometimes, even if it smells . . . not so pretty) it probably contains some metaphysical properties useful in spell craft.

Gardening for Self Care

Fresh spring garden ideas from a green witch.

Did you know that some medieval monks devoted themselves to gardening as a quiet and contemplative life?

Time spent in nature is time spent with your soul.

Make your gardening ritual part of your 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.moodymoons.com/2020/03/27/goddess-gardening-with-a-green-witch/



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