@jessica72 I name my plants too! Just be careful planting crystals in their pots. I made that mistake with a labradorite that had broken and it almost killed Alvin, my aloe plant. Thanks to @christina4 I now know that some crystals dissolve when they get wet and labradorite is toxic when it gets wet so when I watered my Alvin it was killing him. I was able to save him I believe but I’m very careful not to put many crystals in the soil. I looked it up on Google later on as I was trying to save him and found that rose quartz, clear quartz, aventurine, citrine, amethyst and tigers eye are all good stones to use with your plant’s soil because their energies can be absorbed by the plant due to the high vibration and they’re water friendly so it won’t hurt them when watering them.
@WhiteFox if I remember correctly I think the magic armor spell requires you to bury a whole onion, doesn’t it? Actually the onion part that you would’ve used in the spell, the part you eat, is the seed. Onions are bulbous plants that grow underground. If you plant one it’ll root and sprout. If you notice (I keep onions in a wooden potato box that has a drawer for onions) if you leave an onion in a dark place or possibly just out in general I’m not sure eventually before that onion goes bad it’ll start to get stringy roots on the end of it, much like the eyes on a potato. That’s when it’s best to plant them. You can usually smell onions if you pinch the leaves of one as it’s growing. How exciting though! I’ve often wondered that if I buried my spell remains whether or not they could possibly grow where I buried them. I use fennel, anise and dill seed a lot so I didn’t know if they could possibly take root in the ground I buried them on and sprout or not. I’ll have to keep an eye out this spring I guess I’m sure it’s getting too cold for things to start growing from the remains outside at this point where I live