Seasonal Planting

Seasonal planting for garden magick is rewarding in its own right. Usually, it is optimal to plant outdoors when it is warm, but when you don't have the time or the right conditions, you can plant inside. This allows you to plant during any season.

Many different botanicals can be combined to create a love garden during any season. The trick is to find plantings of all kinds that associate with your desire and plant them appropriately. If possible, plant them during the season that also equates with your magickal need!

Winter Planting

Potted plants and flowering tropical plants such as amaryllis, bromeliads, and hibiscus are all ideal for indoor planting. These wonderful flowering plants thrive indoors with plenty of sunlight. Place them in your window where plants can receive the most light. Winter is the best time of year to perform magick for healing the heart, romance, passion, and family bonding.

Spring Planting

Crocuses, daffodils, and tulips are among the most favored spring blooms. Peonies, irises, and hyacinths are also wonderful additions. They can help bring protection, love, and inspiration into the home. Perform springtime garden magick for fertility and marriage. Harvest the new blooms and growths and save them for summer garden magick.

Summer Planting

Summer is the perfect time to be out of the house and explore new opportunities. The warmth of the sun encourages new growth in your garden. Summer is the perfect time to perform magick concerning marriage, glamour, and attraction.

Fall Planting

This is the best time to celebrate the fruition of your hard work. Just as the plants in your garden ready themselves for a long winter, so shall you transform as you prepare to retreat for the winter. This is a great time of year to release past relationships that ended badly and to heal and be reawakened to new love coming in. Perform fall garden magick to encourage abundance, release, and transformation.

Soil Preparation

Before creating any type of love garden check your soil. Some hardy flowers can grow in almost any circumstances, but most flowers need the right conditions. Take a sample of soil to your local nursery and see if they can help you find the pH balance. You can use soil additives to regulate the pH if you need to.

Another way to check your soil is to first look at your surroundings. Pine trees indicate sour soil, which requires lime and peat moss to keep acidity levels down. Add peat moss, compost, and sand to clay-like soil to combat poor drainage. As a general rule, adding compost and peat moss yearly will give nutrients to your flowers and soil, producing wonderful blooms and large plants. Continue to check your soil and add fertilizer as needed throughout the seasons to maintain a well-balanced pH.

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