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Typical plants found within a Witch's Garden include: Rosemary, Sage, Parsley, Mint, Catnip, Henbane, Marjoram, Thyme, Rue, Angelica, Bay, Oregano, Dill, Aloe, Arnica, Chives and Basil, which is especially common in a Witch's Garden, as it is considered to be a strong herb of protection. It's said, "Where Basil grows, no evil goes!".

Typical plants found within a Witch's Garden include: Rosemary, Sage, Parsley, Mint, Catnip, Henbane, Marjoram, Thyme, Rue, Angelica, Bay, Oregano, Dill, Aloe, Arnica, Chives and Basil, which is especially common in a Witch's Garden, as it is considered to be a strong herb of protection. It's said, "Where Basil grows, no evil goes!".

Chart of 14 Perennial Herbs: (Bay Leaves, Chives, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Marjoram, Oregano, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Spearmint, Tarragon, Thyme, Winter Savory)

Chart of 14 Perennial Herbs: (Bay Leaves, Chives, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Marjoram, Oregano, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Spearmint, Tarragon, Thyme, Winter Savory)

Witch's Garden  A witch's garden is an herb garden specifically designed and used for the cultivation of herbs, which may be for culinary, medicinal or spiritual purposes. These purposes include: herbal baths; the making of incense; bundles (dried or fresh) for rituals, spell work, celebration of Sabbats, honoring of Deity and prayers; and for use in charms, talismans and amulets...

Witch's Garden A witch's garden is an herb garden specifically designed and used for the cultivation of herbs, which may be for culinary, medicinal or spiritual purposes. These purposes include: herbal baths; the making of incense; bundles (dried or fresh) for rituals, spell work, celebration of Sabbats, honoring of Deity and prayers; and for use in charms, talismans and amulets...

Sweet Marjoram can be used fresh or dried to add spicy flavor to soups, vegetables, salads and meats.

Sweet Marjoram can be used fresh or dried to add spicy flavor to soups, vegetables, salads and meats.

Marjoram plants http://www.growplants.org/growing/marjoram

Marjoram plants http://www.growplants.org/growing/marjoram

Marjoram Companion Plants: What To Plant With Marjoram Herbs - When planting anything in the garden, it’s good to know ahead of time what grows best next to what. Use the information found in this article to learn more about companion planting with marjoram. Click here for more info.

Marjoram Plant Companions: Learn About Companion Plants For Marjoram

Marjoram Companion Plants: What To Plant With Marjoram Herbs - When planting anything in the garden, it’s good to know ahead of time what grows best next to what. Use the information found in this article to learn more about companion planting with marjoram. Click here for more info.

Sweet Marjoram Plant - Two (2) Live Plants - Not Seeds -Each 4"-7" Tall- In 3.5 Inch Pot. #herbs #plant

Sweet Marjoram Plant - Two (2) Live Plants - Not Seeds -Each 4"-7" Tall- In 3.5 Inch Pot. #herbs #plant

I think the Greeks got it right when they described oregano as "joy of the mountain." This aromatic, ancient culinary herb, also referred to as "wild marjoram," originates from the hilly, Greek countryside, and is now grown all over the world

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Oregano

I think the Greeks got it right when they described oregano as "joy of the mountain." This aromatic, ancient culinary herb, also referred to as "wild marjoram," originates from the hilly, Greek countryside, and is now grown all over the world

Plant these to help save bees  Herbs: Lavender, Catmint, Sage, Cilantro, Thyme, Fennel, Borage, Rosemary, Comfrey, Hyssop, Thyme Marjoram, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Angelica, Wild Bergamot, Woundworts, Betony, Myrtle. Perennials: Crocus, Buttercup, Aster, Hollyhocks, Anemone, Snowdrops, Geranium.

Plant these to help save bees Herbs: Lavender, Catmint, Sage, Cilantro, Thyme, Fennel, Borage, Rosemary, Comfrey, Hyssop, Thyme Marjoram, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Angelica, Wild Bergamot, Woundworts, Betony, Myrtle. Perennials: Crocus, Buttercup, Aster, Hollyhocks, Anemone, Snowdrops, Geranium.

Marjoram Plant Care & Growing Information | Folia

Marjoram Plant Care & Growing Information | Folia