Spring Garden Blessing Ritual

Spring Garden Blessing Ritual

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A spring garden blessing can give your garden a boost during the warmer months. This is best done before or upon arrival of Spring.

This is giving thanks to the Mother Goddess and Sun God, and asking for the help of the Green Man and the faeries. Together, they will make your garden bloom and vibrate with life during Spring and Summer.

Here are what you will need:

  • 2 Cups of Milk

  • Seeds

  • 1/2 Cup of Honey

  • 2 Quart Container

  • Small Branch

  • A Faery Pendant

  • Cookies and biscuits

Here’s what you need to do:

1. This is a garden blessing that should be done outside in your garden. So take all the materials outside to your garden.

2. Wear your faery pendant.

3. Pour one cup of milk and honey into a container.

4. Place the branch in the container.

5. Set it aside.

6. Plant your seeds in the ground carefully. After that, stand up.

7. Raise your hands in the air and say the following:

"The night is alive with energy,

The air is filled with song.

Perfect love, I give to you.

Sprout and thrive with life anew.

And let the Sun’s kisses,

Bring the Earth to life.”

Faery of Attraction Necklace from The Moonlight Shop

8. Pick up the container and sprinkle your garden with the milk and honey mixture using the branch while saying:

"Milk and honey flowing throughout,

May you fertilize each seed and sprout.

Maiden, Green Man, Faeries,

Dance and play and laugh here everyday.

And bring lush growth and abundance to this lot.

Maiden Mother I thank you,

For your nurturing nature, the water in your veins and the air of your breath.

Father Sun I thank you for this abundant season,

May you bring lush growth and abundant yield season after season.

Magickal creatures of the Fae Realm,

May you dance and sing in this garden starting Spring!”

9. Don’t neglect to water your garden and tend to it every day. What you do to it every day is essential to the success of this blessing.

10. Leave some milk, biscuits and cookies for the faeries who will be tending to your garden while you’re asleep! :)



    8 Responses

    Marybeth Allen
    Marybeth Allen

    March 23, 2020

    Thank you for sharing this post. I love my garden. I have faerie statues and Goddess statues

    Claudia Ponce
    Claudia Ponce

    March 22, 2020

    Thank you! I feel most at home in my tiny garden with my tiny fairy statues.

    Barbara
    Barbara

    March 22, 2020

    I find my peace in my garden. Thank you for this post. I have a small faerie statue that I’ve always had in my garden. I don’t have a necklace, so she will have to do.

    Brenda
    Brenda

    March 22, 2020

    Love this can’t wait til the ground thaws to start my veggies

    Rhonda
    Rhonda

    March 22, 2020

    Wish we could send you pics of our garden flowers.

    Lora
    Lora

    March 22, 2020

    I really enjoy the positive post. Thank you. I wish I could afford the necklace but not at this time.

    Iris Harring
    Iris Harring

    March 22, 2020

    Thank you i am a solitary witch

    Mona Kraus
    Mona Kraus

    March 22, 2020

    I love this shop an all the merchandise an the BEAUTIFUL messages all wisdom told here.

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