Category: Green Witch

How to Change Hydrangea Color: Pink | Blue | Purple
Gardening, Green Witch

How to Change Hydrangea Color: Pink | Blue | Purple

The full blossoms of hydrangea shrubs are an absolute show-stopper in the garden. It’s no wonder they’re still an old-fashioned favorite. As someone with a degree in landscape architecture, I’ve always appreciated the eye-catching balls of blossoms, especially when the colors are vibrant. But there’s something truly special Hydrangea macrophylla β€” the blossoms can change […]

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Are Witches Real? What It Means to be a Modern-Day Witch
Green Witch, Lunar Witch

Are Witches Real? What It Means to be a Modern-Day Witch

If you’re asking “are witches real?” while conjuring images of Hermione Granger, the Charmed Ones, the Sanderson sisters, or Elphaba, then no. Witches aren’t out eating children, stealing shoes, and performing magic at the snap of their fingers. via GIPHY But witchcraft is alive and well. It’s hard to pinpoint exact characteristics because it’s a […]

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Top 5 Medicinal Healing House Plants for Your Home
Green Witch, Herbs, Houseplants

Top 5 Medicinal Healing House Plants for Your Home

Studies have shown that interacting with indoor plants may drastically reduce psychological and physiological stress in adults. Activities such as pruning, transplanting, and watering can help to settle the mind and even reduce blood pressure. But not all plants are equal! Some excel at reducing air pollutants, and others have medicinal health benefits. While the […]

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Wheel of the Year | An Overview of the 8 Sabbats
Featured, Green Witch, Lunar Witch, Wheel of the Year

Wheel of the Year | An Overview of the 8 Sabbats

Witches, pagans, Wiccans, and other cultures celebrate eight important festivals throughout the year. These celebrations are known as the Sabbats, which follow a nature-based calendar. The Greater Sabbats (Ostara, Litha, Mabon, and Yule) are solar-based festivals to honor the spring equinox, summer solstice, fall equinox, and winter solstice respectively. The Lesser Sabbats (Imbolc, Beltane, Lammas, […]

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