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Spell: Tending Our Gardens

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Is there a Pagan who does not have a garden, whether on a table by the window or outside in a sunny spot? If you’ve planted seeds and transplanted plants from friends or the local nursery, the end of May is high time to give your garden some extra attention: watering, weeding, trimming. While you’re doing your gardening, recite old nursery rhymes to the plants. Here are two. Find more online and encourage your garden to grow and bloom.

Mistress Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockle shells,
And pretty blossoms all in a row.

Round and round the garden
Like a teddy bear;
One step, two step,
Tickle you under there!

As you tend your earthly garden, also think about the metaphorical gardens in your life. These are your friendships in your mundane life, in circles and covens, or on social media. Tend these gardens, too. Start with a friendly email or an invitation to lunch, or post a nursery rhyme.

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