13 Herbs for a Witches Garden

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Transform your garden into a magical oasis with 13 carefully selected herbs for a witches garden. Enhance your spells and potions with these potent ingredients straight from nature. Embrace the mystical power of these herbs and bring enchantment to your gardening experience! 

MoonFlower: soak seeds for 24hrs prior to planting. Full sun. Unfertilized soil. These do best planted in ground but will do well in pots provided they have something to climb. Start indoors for earlier blooms. Annual.
These beauties patiently wait until nightfall to unfurl. Their fragrance is enchanting!
*symbol of transition and of blossoming in dark times, shadow work, hope
Mint: very easy to grow. Plant in pots!! It will take over otherwise. Mint is perennial, meaning it comes back every year.
*communication and giving power to your own voice, used to attract wealth, luck, or love, and it's revered for its ability to cleanse a space and counteract negative energy
Black Hollyhock: can be started from seed indoors or can be sown directly outdoors about a week before last frost. Sow at just ¼ inch deep and about 2 feet apart. An early start usually results in flowering the first year. Perennial
*power, mystery and farewells, mourning and remembrance
Garden Sage: Grow sage either in containers or in soil that's well-draining in a location with plenty of sunlight. As a Mediterranean plant, it mixes well with rosemary, lavender, and basil. It also thrives in containers indoors and out. You can start sage early by planting indoors in containers and transplanting outside six to eight weeks later. Perennial
*promote wisdom and bring in good luck. It builds emotional strength and may help to heal grief. protection and the granting of wishes
CatNip: Plant catnip in the spring after the threat of frost has passed in your area. Start catnip seeds indoors around six weeks prior to your projected last frost date. Needs lots of sunlight and well-drained soil. Perennial
*used in healing spells, enhances sleep, tranquillity and dreams, tunes in your psychic ability,
Morning Glory: Sow directly outdoors, cover lightly with 1/4-inch of soil. Space seeds about 6 inches apart. Water thoroughly at planting. Seedlings should appear in about a week; some seeds may be stubborn and take 2 or 3 weeks to sprout. Self seeder. *psychic connection, astral travel, lucid dreaming, good luck, joy, rebirth and resurrection due to its ability to bloom anew each morning.
Lemon Balm: Start indoors 6 to 8 weeks before last frost, and transplant out or direct sow once day time temperatures are steadily above 10°C (50°F). Barely cover the tiny seeds. Keep watering to an absolute minimum – just enough to keep the medium from drying out. Germination takes 10-14 days.
*Dispel Darkness and Grief, cleansing, moon magick, success, attract love and heal broken hearts.
Tobacco: tobacco seed is very small, and require a fine, loose soil for good germination.  Best started indoors as it requires a temperature of at least 65 degrees and above to germinate. Begin the seed six weeks before the last frost. Sprinkle seeds lightly on top of the soil and then covered with a very thin layer of soil. Germination in 7-14 days. Annual * tobacco is traditional medicine of Indigenous peoples across the world
*Use with reverence, with the purpose of carrying thoughts and prayers to the spirit world or to the Creator. And layed down as an offering. 
Anise Hyssop: Seeds can either be started indoors 5-8 weeks before the last frost in spring or sown directly in garden beds or containers. The seeds need light to germinate, and it’s important to just barely cover the seeds with soil. Germination time is 1-4 weeks. Germination is reportedly improved with a 30-day period of cold, along with moist stratification before sowing. Perennial once established
*purification & cleansing, clear away regrets, and worries that are blocking one’s spiritual progress. promotes spiritual opening
Calendula: Direct sow in early spring when light frost is still a possibility, and continue to sow every two to three weeks until early summer for fall flowers. Calendula is easiest from direct sowing, but can also be started indoors late winter for transplanting once daytime temperatures are steadily above 10°C (50°F). Germination occurs in 6-14 days.
*As a sun herb, it brings confidence and respect, light, fire, and sun magic, giving strength to spells and enchantments
Malva Zebrina: Direct garden sow in early May in a full sun to partially shaded location in well drained soil. Sow on the surface, seeds need light to germinate. Or start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Space the plants 30-45 cm (12-18″) apart in the garden.
*Mallow is carried to attract love and for protection, used in Beltaine rituals, added to ritual baths, especially for those to encourage and invoke fertility and lust.
Mullein: Direct sow: sow seeds on the soil surface and lightly tamp them without covering them, as seeds need light to germinate. Seeds will germinate in 14-21 days.Deep soil is best due to the plant's long taproot but apart from that, mullein adapts well to many types of soil. Perennial. Found abundantly in the wild.
*one of the oldest witching herbs! Used for Courage, Protection, Health, Love, Divination, Exorcism, Dreams
Crimson Bee Balm: Direct sow in early spring when only a light frost is still possible. Lightly cover seeds with soil. Thin or space transplants 18-24 inches apart. * susceptible to powdery mildew.* Perennial. Spreads.
*used in spells for money or success in business/academic endeavors. Carry a few leaves in your wallet to attract money, or rub leaves on the skin before a business meeting or job interview for success.