Empowering Gardeners to Grow Roots of Sustainability Thank you for your interest in open pollinated vegetables, culinary herbs and medicinal herbs. We are here to serve you and to nurture nature. Please use the navigation at the left (click) to access the full range of our seeds, plants, books, and other cool stuff. Our greatest joy is to provide you with GOOD LIVE SEEDS. We believe that the best way to support good health of friends and family is to get everybody out into the garden to do some work in the sunshine, then feed them up on fresh salads and vegetables that are the results of their own good labors. Naturopathic doctors tell us that the best way to avoid cancer is to eat organic, freshly grown green leafy vegetables. We believe that by planting diversity we can really help the earth to heal. We put detailed growing instructions specific to the plant on each and every packet of seeds. Granted, there are variables involved in gardening, and things don't always go as planned.
Your source for Wiccan, Pagan, Occult, Ritual and Spiritual suppliesGrowing a Witch's Garden - Seeds from Alchemy WorksGrowing a Witch's Garden Whether you are Wiccan or traditional, coven member or solitary, kitchen or hedge witch, a garden can be a powerful and vitalizing part of your magical practice. Growing herbs you will eventually make part of your spellwork allows you to build both a deep knowledge of and a relationship with those plants from the time they are embryos in the seed until they are mature and ready to harvest; this can add a great deal of power and focus to your work. Working in a magical garden builds skill and confidence in personal paths in magic as well as demonstrating how powerful outside forces are--you see the results of your own decisions but also of factors outside of your control. Folks often discuss how spirits are involved in initiation and guidance in witchcraft and other magical practices. Garden InteractionA garden is a meeting place between human culture and plant culture. A Place to Sit and Ponder Magical Practice in Your Garden Start Small Know Your Limits Borders