Good morning. I have been working on this challenge for a little bit yesterday & this morning. I have a lot of pictures to show what I have been up to.
I recently put all of my herbs that are in my witchy space into labeled jars. I have 3 different styles of labels, but they all have the name of the herb/flower & a quick list of their uses. I have a shelf in my room that was made by my son in woodshop & I stained it at home & I have a cabinet on my wall from my grandmother’s house that I put things inside & on top of to store them. I also have the greenhouse started with some flowers & herbs & vegetables outside.
In the greenhouse, we have Carrots, Green Beans, Red & Yellow Peppers, Winter Thyme, Kitchen Herbs (I can’t wait to use the iNaturalist app to identify them once they start popping up. Thank you @wade), Tropical Hibiscus, Raspberry Bush, Lilac Bush, Strawberries, Nasturtium, Forget Me Nots, Wild Flowers, Day Lilies & in the actual garden right now there is only Lemon Balm sprouting.
In my yard I found Celandine. I was curious because they look like miniature daffodils but they open up all the way. I found out that they are actually part of the buttercup family. It is also good for Legal Help, Escape, Protection, & Happiness.
As for what I have on my shelves & in my witchy space:
St. John’s Wort
Dead Sea Salt
Pink Himalayan Salt
I have attached pictures of my greenhouse, garden, shelf, & cabinet.
In the cabinet I have the elemental sprays & oils, Harmonizing Oil, Full Moon Anointing Oil, & Florida Water.
I have a packet of Astragulus Root. This is good for Health, Balance, & Peace.
On my altar, I keep Scott Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs to look up anything I may find. I also reference Herb Substitutes, Properties, & Old Herb Names if I am on my laptop away from the book. Both are great resources for this information.Uploading: 20210415_080046.jpg… Uploading: 20210415_080016.jpg…
I hope everyone has a great week & enjoys this challenge as much as I did!