When I began to develop Willow Anderson, an important character in the journals, I knew as a witch and proprietor of The Enchanted Emporium herbs and remedies would play a significant part of her life. What better way to get into her psyche than grow some myself. Last summer I took cuttings from the plants of green-fingered friends and miraculously grew. Elsie and friends must have helped because I have the anti-Midas touch when it comes to gardening. Some are now in bloom.
Flowers blooming in June
Nature and their gardens are important to all the witches in the journals bar one, so what better way to research this aspect of their lives than record the cycle of my own fledgling garden and others on Instagram, please follow #willowswitchsgarden to find out more. Or even better use the hashtag #willowswitchsgarden so we can be nosy and see the wonders in your garden. June has brought a border of colour.
For those who love herbs and their uses, I have found a wonderful site full of useful information and I was impressed I had accidentally planted many of the recommended herbs – http://www.flyingthehedge.com/2016/05/10-herbs-every-witch-should-have.html
What are your favourite flowers and plants in June? Or if you have any herbs or tips you think Willow should know, I would love to hear from you below.
Happy writing and gardening!
3 thoughts on “Practical research: Willow’s herbs and garden in June”
What a lovely post, I really enjoyed reading this and seeing those flowers. I can imagine you had fun 🙂
Love this. My fav magical herb is calendula, it has so many uses and I put it in almost everything 😍
It is now on my list to grow