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The Real Witches' Garden

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Whether readers have 20 acres of plants or only a window box, real Witches can cultivate a powerful garden that expands and deepens their magic.
Paperback, 178 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Element Books
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This book's a winner! I have designed my elemental based garden with the direction in this easy to read and highly enjoyable book! From consecrating your space to plants for ritual, magic and healing, to seasonal blessings. Covers a wide array of the garden witches' concerns.
Not really what I was exepecting; I was hoping for something more substantial. The information within was adequate. Quick read
Sam Traynor
Great book, use this a lot
This book was very interesting and informative for a relatively rookie green witch like me, but I found this was best as a companion to the Real Witches Kitchen. This one informs you of how to grow your herbs and which ones to grow and use for what, whilst the Kitchen book gives you advie and instructions on how to produce lotions and potions (;)...) with them.
But then again, as stated before, I'm a huge West fan so that's just my opinion. I have very green fingers though, so for me, this book i
This book It is geared more for those just starting on their path however I still found it provided ideas and inspiration. From a gardener's perspective not a lot of real useful information. Most of it was pretty general. There are however hundreds of books on gardening that one can access. Iv been wanting to create a more spiritual space in my back yard and found this book did provide a way of getting started thinking about exactly how I want to use my space. I did enjoy reading this book.
This is an enjoyable light, easy read with some pretty interesting and inspirational garden ideas but slightly repetative with information from other books by her.
This is really interesting and useful. It teaches you how to plant a magical garden and what to do when you have your plants all organised. Loved it.
Very basic,and a lot of it was common sense. Overall a book on herbs or plants would have been better and then just apply ideas / principles.
Mildly entertaining, and much the same as her other books. The section on gardening with children has good advice.
Sheena Wells
Very cute a fun and informative read for every one gardeners and witches alike
Alanna King
Needs more pictures! Interesting information.
Nov 20, 2009 Gypsy marked it as to-read
I bet this book will help to garden )o(
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The author of over a dozen books, Kate West (United Kingdom), has become the U.K.'s most successful author on Witchcraft. She is the recipient of a Lifetime Contribution to Witchcraft award and has been recognized as the most popular factual writer on Witchcraft by Children of Artemis, the fastest growing Witchcraft organization in the U.K. and Europe. Formerly the Vice President of the Pagan Fede ...more
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