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Atropa mandragora formerly Mandragora officinalis Other names European Mandrake, Mandragora, Mandrake, Mandrake Apple, Pome Di Tchin, Satan's Apple, herb of Circe, witches mannikin, sorcerer's root, main-de-gloire, hand of glory, mangloire Description It has large, broad leaves that emerge directly from the base in a circular cluster. Flowers appear each on ...
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Citrus limon Lemons are evergreen trees native to Asia. Lemon trees have smooth, green oval leaves that produce fragrant flowers in the winter followed by the tart yellow fruits we know and love. Propagation Lemon trees prefer a warm habitat, full sun, and no frost. Lucky for those of us ...
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Khepri is an ancient Egyptian God associated with creation, rebirth and the movement of the sun. He is often connected with Atum or Ra. His symbol is the scarab ...
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Juniperus spp Juniper is sometimes known as needle yew, cedar, savin, bastard killer, fairy circle, hackmatack, gin berry, horse savin, gorst, aiten, dwarf juniper, genevier, genévrier, ginepro, enebro, gemeiner, gin plant, wachholder, reckholder 1There are over 50 species in the Juniper genera and they are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere ...
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Imbolc is a cross-quarter day celebrated by many NeoPagans and Wiccans on the fixed date of February 2, or on a changeable date; the exact midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Vernal Equinox (February 3, 2019) or when the sun reaches 15 degrees in Aquarius. Other Names & Associated Festivals Imbolc, Imbolg, Oimealg, The Feast of St. Brigid, Brigid's Day, ...
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Hyssopus officinalis Hyssop is a semi-evergreen, shrubby perennial native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. It is a member of the mint family with characteristic flowers and stems and is very aromatic as many members of its family tend to be. 1 Hyssop in the Garden Hyssop likes a ...
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