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Magical Trees: Ash by Unity. The ash appears in many ancient world cultures. Historically Ireland was said to have been protected by five magical trees, three of these were ash and the other two were yew and oak.

Magical Trees: Ash by Unity. The ash appears in many ancient world cultures. Historically Ireland was said to have been protected by five magical trees, three of these were ash and the other two were yew and oak.

Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchery: Celtic Tree Month of Rowan  http://www.kitchenwitchuk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/celtic-tree-month-of-rowan.html

Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchery: Celtic Tree Month of Rowan http://www.kitchenwitchuk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/celtic-tree-month-of-rowan.html

Notes from the Apothecary: Lovage It is an herb of the Sun, under the sign of Taurus. (Culpeper, 17th Century).   Lovage is a tall, beautiful, leafy herb in the same family as Angelica and car…

Notes from the Apothecary: Lovage It is an herb of the Sun, under the sign of Taurus. (Culpeper, 17th Century). Lovage is a tall, beautiful, leafy herb in the same family as Angelica and car…

Poisonous Herbs: A List of Poisonous Plants and Their Lore

A List of Poisonous Plants and Herbs and Their Lore

A bad witch's blog: Pagan Eye: Horse Chestnut Tree in Leaf and Bloom

A bad witch's blog: Pagan Eye: Horse Chestnut Tree in Leaf and Bloom

17th century watercolour plant study of ash, copied by Antonio Caldara after Andrea Amadio. http://ruskin.ashmolean.org/object/WA.RS.RUD.256

17th century watercolour plant study of ash, copied by Antonio Caldara after Andrea Amadio. http://ruskin.ashmolean.org/object/WA.RS.RUD.256

"Carolina Wren with Yellow Jessamine", Charleston artist Anne Worsham Richardson

"Carolina Wren with Yellow Jessamine", Charleston artist Anne Worsham Richardson

Poplar (Eadha) - art by Judith F Hubbard, from "Trees of the Goddess" by Elen Sentier

Poplar (Eadha) - art by Judith F Hubbard, from "Trees of the Goddess" by Elen Sentier

A bad witch's blog: Pagan Eye: Pink Primroses in Spring Sunlight

A bad witch's blog: Pagan Eye: Pink Primroses in Spring Sunlight

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