It’s been so long since we last caught up. I’m working on making my newsletters monthly from now on, of course today I’m full of full moon energy and being productive as all get out so I’ll have to work hard to keep it up.

Did you know I have a newsletter? I’ll be sharing magical and health related herbal tips and snippets there each month. You can subscribe here.

In this month’s newsletter you’ll find a great deal in the store with a surprise bag that only 12 of your can grab! Also I’ll link to some videos I posted to youtube about magical tinctures and some distilling on my beautiful copper still!

The garden is still green and lush, we’ve had an unseasonably warm start to winter which in my sheltered grove means a very late reaction by the fig trees and tropicals. Hopefully it gets cold enough for the peach tree, not that our variety requires a lot of cold temps.

One plant that has loved the winter has been the Gotu Kola. It’s little umbrellas have taken over the garden. I pulled a half a square metre of the runners from the garden last weekend to give the patchouli and vervain some breathing space.  A little transplanting of self heal and yarrow happened as well in an effort to get a larger harvest this year.

The Winter roots harvest was amazing, Burdock, Elecampane and my first Orris root harvest as well! Now to dry it slowly to develop that amazing scent. I divided the Orris root pups and replanted them along the back of the centre garden. Now we wait another two years to harvest again!

I’m going to be posting some videos to youtube again soon. If you haven’t seen my youtube channel please check it out here.

If you have a question about magical herbs please send your questions to me at and I will answer your questions in my next video.

The store is open currently but I will be moving to an event/market night based schedule to help me give you all my most creative magics and work around my work travel and personal schedule. If you would like to be notified when those events are announced please subscribe to my newsletter.

I hope your magical garden is blooming wherever you are!