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A Moon Garden

In contrast to my blog about having a Sun garden, what about a moon one?

Moon garden

Moon gardens can have many facets. Using all white and silver plants works well but also plants that flower or release their scent at night.  There are many plants that are also associated with the energy of the moon.

Creating moon shaped flower beds and using white and grey stones, pebbles, crystals and shingle can also be effective.  Reflective surfaces can be included, whether it is mirrors, dark pools of water or white candles.

Suggested white or silver plants, these all come in white varieties:

Artemisia, astilbe, acanthus, agapanthus, agave, alstroemeria, anemone, angelica, lilies, heliotrope, petunia, scabiosa, wisteria, dianthus, hibiscus, hydrangea, daffodil, magnolia, jasmine, camellia, datura (moonflower), hyacinth, peony, aquilegia/columbine, lilac, chrysanthemum, hellebore, yarrow, cosmos, begonia, ferns, centaurea, cardoon, sea holly, helichrysum, heuchera, brunnera, lungwort, dusty miller, melianthus, curry plant, sedum, dicentra alba, evening primrose, honeysuckle, hosta, maiden grass, moonflowers, nicotiana, sage, clematis, rhododendron, viburnum, cistus, lunaria annua, convolvulus, roses, primula, foxglove, phlox, dahlia, echinacea, tulips, allium, stachys, lavender, grasses, delphinium and white daisies.

Plants that are ruled by the moon:

Aloe, birch, calamus, camellia, chickweed, dittany, eucalyptus, evening primrose, gourd, honesty, hyssop, iris, ivy, jasmine, juniper, lemon balm, lily, mallow, mugwort, myrtle, poppy, rose, sweet pea, willow and wormwood.

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Rachel is a witch...has been for a very long time, not the green skinned warty kind obviously...the real sort - but she is also a working wife and mother living in Hampshire, England who has also been lucky enough to write and have published a growing stack of books on the Craft. She loves to learn she loves to study and continues to do so each and every day but has learned the most from actually getting outside and doing it. She regularly gives talks and workshops at pagan events. Rachel is also founder and an Elder at the Kitchen Witch online school of witchcraft. She likes to laugh...and eat cake...
 

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