How to grow a lunar garden

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Merry meet all,

Grow a lunar garden in your yard for some awesome lunar esbat energy. You can grow plants and flowers that bloom at night. Some plants are white and silver reflecting the moon’s colour and energy. Plant them in a crescent-shaped or sickle shaped design to mimic the moon’s phases,

  • Moonflower opens at night to blossom. Moonflower reveals a lemony scent when it blooms. The flowers are six inches in diameter. 
  • Evening Primrose is a great ground cover plant and spreads rapidly. The plant opens at night and release a sweet aroma
  • Evening stock
  • Night phlox
  • Angel’s trumpet
  • Night gladiolus 

Day Blooming Silver and White plants

  • Dusty Millers
  • Silver thyme
  • Lamb’s Ears( I have this in my garden)
  • mugwort (aids in psychic workings)
  • white vegetables 

Herbs and flowers with lunar connections

  • Camphor
  • Eucalyptus
  • Gardenia
  • Jasmine
  • Moonwort
  • Sandalwood
  • Willow
  • Water Lily
  • Sleepwort

When your lunar plants have blossomed and grown, the possibilities on how to use them in lunar magick are endless. You can arrange them around your lunar charged candles, in teas and incenses. Grow the moonflower near a window to enjoy the scent at night as you sleep or practice a lunar esbat! 

The moon shines over my apartment and garden at night. My plants are blessed with the magickal moon energy. Last night, I performed a lunar esbat and knew my garden was being drenched in July’s first full moon power.

Blessings, Lady Spiderwitch )O(

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