an illustrated yellow flower (possibly a dandelion), a seed pod, and some red berries on a sprig

Witch's Guide to Wildcraft: Using Common Plants to Create Uncommon Magick

by JD Walker Author

To start your magical practice, you don't need access to unusual or rare plants. You just need to step into your backyard or the woods. With this guide to 30 common plants used in magic, author JD Walker can get you started creating all kinds of magical talismans, potions, charms, jams, cleansers, and more. Using ingredients like dandelions, chicory, onions, ferns, daisies, ivy, and many more commonly occurring species, you too can start your wildcraft practice and begin to develop a closer connection to the land around you and the magic that flows through it.