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Spells and Magickal Etiquette


This is only a guide and does not express the opinions of all Wiccans and Pagans. Use this list and add more to it if you desire.

* Remember the Wiccan Rede . . . “Do as you will, and harm none.”.

* Never do magick or a spell that seeks to control anyone else. That includes spells you think are for their own good. Never try to dominate another through magick. This rule makes loves spells controversial.

* Only cast a spell for another person if they have asked you to do so. Then ONLY do the exact spell that they have asked for…do not add to or take away from what they have specified.

* There are exceptions to every rule for example, animals, the sick and elderly, minors, physically disabled or other persons who are under your care. Always check carefully to make sure you’re magick is within the Divine will.

* Think all magick through thoroughly. Try NOT to do magick that affects a whole community (i.e. weather magick). Weather magick will change the natural pattern . . . You could be responsible for far-off droughts or floods. Which in turn affects farmers and their crops and livestock. Which directly affects their income.

* Be respectful to your magick. Always perform your spells in places where you can remain focused and uninterrupted.

* Clean up your magickal/sacred space before you begin. Use your besom and/or vaccum, dust, consecrate your tools, when wiping things down use salt water for purification, censor or walk the area with a incense stick or cone.

*Clean up your magickal/sacred space residue. Release the  elements and deities, thank them or show appreciation for their presence, erase signs and symbols, and open the circle before you leave.

*Try not to leave your circle during rituals and spell casting but if you must, ALWAYS cut a door/opening with your wand, athame or index finger of your power hand.

 

Magickal Herbs


This is a very long list. The credit for this list goes to the Earth Witchery website…..http://www.earthwitchery.com/herbs.html.

Bright Blessings,

Bewitched,

XOXO

A

Acacia (Acacia Nilotica) Also called gum arabic.
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Sun, Element: Air, Deities: Osiris, Astarte, Diana, Ra

Protection, Psychic Powers. Burn with sandalwood to open psychic centers. Parts used: dried gum, leaves, wood

Aconite (Aconitum Napellus) Also called wolfsbane, monkshood, blue rocket *POISON* Don’t ingest.
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Saturn, Sign: Capricorn, Element: Water, Deities: Hecate, Medea

Protection, Invisibility. Use this herb with great caution to consecrate the athame or ritual knife. Make an infusion with the leaves or root to banish prior energy from magickal blades and to infuse it with protection. The root or leaves may be burned as incense for the same purpose. Gather the fresh flowers to make a tincture to refresh the power of the knives. Use an infusion as a magickal wash for ritual tools or sacred space. Brings protection and magickal watchfulness against negative energies in ritual. Wash a new cauldron in the infusion or burn aconite in its first fire. Used to invoke Hecate. Wrap the seed in a lizard skin and carry to become invisible at will. Used to poison arrow tips in early times. Also as protection from and a cure for werewolves.

African Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha)
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Venus, Element: Water

Spirituality, Protection. Promotes spirituality when grown in the home.

Agaric (Amanita muscaria) aka magic mushroom, redcap, death angel, death cap
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Mercury, Element: Air, Deity: Dionysus

Fertility. Place on the altar or in the bedroom to increase fertility.

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Also called Church steeples, cocklebur, stickwort, sticklewort
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Jupiter, Element: Air

Protection, Sleep. Agrimony is best known for its sleep-inducing qualities, therefore it is excellent in dream pillows, especially mixed with mugwort. Enhances magickal healing. A wash or oil increases effectiveness of all forms of ritual healing, psychic healing, or distance healing. Anoint hands with oil to cleanse auras. Creates a barrier against negative energies. Use if you feel to be under psychic attack. A counter-magick herb, it not only breaks hexes, but sends them back to the hexer.

Alfalfa (Medicavo Sativa)
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Venus, Element: Earth

Prosperity, Anti-hunger, Money. Brings in money and protects against financial misfortune. Harvest a small quantity at the full moon. Dry and burn in the cauldron. Place ashes in an magickal amulet.

Allspice (Pimenta officinalis or P. dioica)
Masculine, Mars, Fire

Money, Luck, Healing.

Almond (Prunus dulcis)
Masculine. Mercury. Air. Deities: Attis, Mercury, Thoth, Hermes

Money, Prosperity, Wisdom. Use oil, wash, or incense to anoint magickal wands or ritual candlesticks. (Almond wood makes excellent wands, especially for use in love magick). Excellent herbs for handfastings or other rituals of union. Also good for overcoming alcohol dependency. Almonds, leaves, and wood may be used in money magick. Placing almonds in your pocket will lead you to treasures.

Aloe (Aloe vera) aka burn plant, medicine plant
Feminine. Moon. Water.

Protection, Luck. Guards against evil influences and prevents household accidents. Plant aloe on the graves of loved ones to promote a peaceful existence until the deceased is reborn. Use for success in the world. Prevents feelings of loneliness.

Aloes, Wood (Aquilaria agallocha) aka Lignum aloes
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Love, Spirituality.

Althea (Althea officinalis) aka marshmallow, sweet weed, wymote
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Protection, Psychic Powers. Burn as incense or carry as a sachet for a good psychic power stimulator. A good “spirit puller.” It draws good spirits into workings and rituals when placed on the altar. An aphrodisiac — make an oil from seeds gathered under the full moon to use on the genitals. An amulet made of the leaf or root worn near the genitals will accomplish the same ends.
Alyssum — Protection, Moderating Anger
Amaranth — Healing, Protection, Invisibility
Anemone — Health, Protection, Healing
Angelica — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Visions
Apple — Love, Healing, Garden Magick, Immortality
Apricot — Love
Arabic Gum — Purify negativity and evil
Arbutus — Exorcism, Protection
Asafoetida — Exorcism, Purification, Protection
Ash — Protection, Prosperity, Sea Rituals, Health
Aspen — Eloquence, Anti-Theft
Aster — Love
Avens — Exorcism, Purification, Love
Avocado — Love, Beauty, Lust

B

Bachelor’s Buttons — Love
Balm, Lemon — Love, Success, Healing
Balm of Gilead — Love, Manifestations, Protection, Healing
Bamboo (Bambusa Vulgaris)
Masculine. Deity: Hina

Protection, Luck, Hex-Breaking, Wishes. Excellent for magick wands, representing all four elements. “Growing up from the earth through water, it passes through the sky as it reaches toward the fire of the Sun.” Crush the wood to a powder and burn for protection — or grow by the house for good fortune.

Banana — Fertility, Potency, Prosperity
Banyan — Luck
Barley — Love, Healing, Protection
Basil — Love, Exorcism, Wealth, Flying, Protection
Bay — Protection, Psychic Powers, Healing, Purification, Strength
Bean — Protection, Exorcism, Wart Charming, Reconciliations, Potency, Love
Bedstraw — Love
Beech — Wishes
Beet — Love

Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) aka banewort, witches berry, sorcerer’s berry, deadly nightshade, death’s herb, devil’s cherries *Poison*
Feminine. Saturn. Water. Deities: Hecate, Bellona, Circe

Highly toxic. All parts of the plant are extremely poisonous. Encourages astral projection and produces visions, but belladonna is best avoided. A primary ingredient in flying ointments. Used in funeral rituals to aspurge the circle, helping the deceased to let go and move forward. Used to invoke Circe. Gather berries when they are ripe (around Samhain.) Store with onyx. Medicinally, it has been used as a sedative.

As every part of the plant is extremely poisonous, neither leaves, berries, nor root should be handled if there are any cuts or abrasions on the hands. The root is the most poisonous, the leaves and flowers less so, and the berries, except to children, least of all. It is said that an adult may eat two or three berries without injury, but dangerous symptoms appear if more are taken, and it is wiser not to attempt the experiment. Though so powerful in its action on the human body, the plant seems to affect some of the lower animals but little. Rabbits, sheep, goats and swine eat the leaves with impunity, and birds often eat the seeds without any apparent effect, but cats and dogs are very susceptible to the poison. — Grieve’s Modern Herbal

Benzoin (Styrax benzoin)
Masculine. Sun. Air. Deities: Venus, Aphrodite, Mut.

Purification, Prosperity. Provides focus. Enhances concentration. Useful in astral travel (protects spirit while travelling). Promotes generosity. Brings increased success to any magickal working or to attain magickal goals. Used as a base for incense. Make an incense of benzoin, cinnamon, and basil to attract customers to your place of business.

Bergamot, Orange — Money
Be-Still — Luck
Betony, Wood — Protection, Purification, Love
Birch — Protection, Exorcism, Purification
Bistort — Psychic Powers, Fertility
Bittersweet — Protection, Healing
Blackberry — Healing, Money, Protection
Bladderwrack — Protection, Sea Spells, Wind Spells, Money, Psychic Powers

Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis or D. formosa)
Feminine. Venus. Water

Love. When grown, the plant brings love. If growing indoors, plant a penny in the soil to offset negative vibrations. (For some reason, this plant emits negativity when grown indoors — maybe because love needs freedom to grow?) Lore: crush the flower. If the juice is red, your love has a heart full of love for you. If it is white, he or she does not.

Bloodroot — Love, Protection, Purification
Bluebell — Luck, Truth
Blueberry — Protection
Blue Flag — Money
Bodhi — Fertility, Protection, Wisdom, Meditation
Boneset — Protection, Exorcism
Borage — Courage, Psychic Powers
Bracken — Healing, Rune Magick, Prophetic Dreams
Brazil Nut — Love
Briony — Image Magick, Money, Protection
Bromeliad — Protection, Money
Broom — Purification, Protection, Wind Spells, Divination
Buchu — Psychic Powers, Prophetic Dreams
Buckthorn — Protection, Exorcism, Wishes, Legal Matters
Buckwheat — Money, Protection
Burdock — Protection, Healing

C

Cabbage — Luck
Cactus — Protection, Chastity
Calamus — Luck, Healing, Money, Protection
Camellia — Riches
Camphor — Chastity, Health, Divination
Caraway — Protection, Lust, Health, Anti-Theft, Mental Powers
Cardamom — Lust, Love
Carnation — Protection, Strength, Healing
Carob — Protection, Health
Carrot — Fertility, Lust
Cascara Sagrada — Legal Matters, Money, Protection
Cashew — Money
Castor — Protection
Catnip — Cat Magick, Love, Beauty, Happiness
Cattail — Lust
Cedar — Healing, Purification, Money, Protection
Celandine — Protection, Escape, Happiness, Legal Matters
Celery — Mental Powers, Lust, Psychic Powers
Centaury — Snake Removing
Chamomile — Money, Sleep, Love, Purification
Cherry — Love, Divination
Chestnut — Love
Chickweed — Fertility, Love
Chicory — Removing Obstacles, Invisibility, Favors, Frigidity
Chili Pepper — Fidelity, Hex Breaking, Love
China Berry — Luck

Chrysanthemum (Anacylus pyrethrum) aka mum
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Protection. Promotes mental health. Use in rituals of death and dying.

Cinnamon (Cinnamonum zeylanicum) aka sweet wood
Masculine. Sun. Fire. Deities: Venus, Aphrodite

Spirituality, Success, Healing, Power, Psychic Powers, Lust, Protection, Love. Empower with tourmaline. Enhancing skills of prophecy through channeling, working through an oracle, or through divination. When burned as an incense, it raises high spiritual vibrations. Aids in healing. Draws money. Stimulates psychic power and produces protective vibrations. Great in sachets and amulets.

Cinquefoil (Potentilla canadensis or P. reptans) aka crampweed, five finger blossom, five finger grass, goosegrass, silverweed, potentilla
Masculine. Jupiter. Fire.

The five points of the leaves represent love, money, health, power, and wisdom. If carried, all these will be granted. Good for love magick and to promote an abundant harvest. Contains the energy to manifest one’s ideas. An ingredient in mediaeval flying ointments.

Citron — Psychic Powers, Healing
Clove — Protection, Exorcism, Love, Money
Clover — Protection, Love, Money, Fidelity, Exorcism, Success
Club Moss — Protection, Power
Coconut — Purification, Protection, Chastity
Cohosh, Black — Love, Courage, Protection, Potency
Coltsfoot — Love, Visions
Columbine — Love, Courage
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) aka boneset, bruisewort, knit back, knit bone, slippery root
Feminine. Saturn. Water.

Good for any magickal healing. Worn or carried, it ensures safety during travel. The root is used in money spells.

Copal (Bursera odorata)
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Love, Purification. Added to love and purification incenses. A piece of copal can represent the heart in poppets.

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) aka Chinese parsley, cilantro
Masculine. Mars. Fire.

Love, Health, Healing. Used in love sachets and spells. Add the powdered seeds to warm wine to make a lust potion. Protects gardeners and all in their households. Gather at harvest and hang in the home for protection. The seeds promote peace between people who are unable to get along. Use it in drinks or crushed in incense. Helps one find romance and is an excellent herb to add to an elixir when the Great Rite is celebrated. Throw instead of rice at handfastings or add to the handfasting cake.

Corn — Protection, Luck, Divination
Cotton — Luck, Healing, Protection, Rain, Fishing Magick
Cowslip — Healing, Youth, Treasure Finding
Crocus — Love, Visions
Cucumber — Chastity, Healing, Fertility
Cumin — Protection, Fidelity, Exorcism
Curry — Protection
Cyclamen — Fertility, Protection, Happiness, Lust
Cypress — Longevity, Healing, Comfort, Protection

D

Daffodil — Love, Fertility, Luck
Daisy — Lust, Luck
Damiana — Lust, Love, Visions
Dandelion — Divination, Wishes, Calling Spirits
Deerstongue — Lust, Psychic Powers
Dill — Protection, Money, Lust, Luck
Dock — Healing, Fertility, Money

Dogbane (Apocynum adrosaemifolium)

Use the flowers in magickal love mixtures.

Dogwood (Pyiscidia erythrina)
Moon, Pluto. Pisces. Deity: Consus

Wishes, Protection. Keeps writings and meetings secret, therefore is an excellent herb for the Book of Shadows. An oil of the flowers is priceless in sealing letters and keeping unintended eyes from secret writings. Powdered flowers and dried bark may be used as incense. Place the sap of the dogwood onto a handkerchief on Midsummer Eve. This will grant any wish you have as long as you carry it faithfully. Dogwood leaves or wood can be placed in protective amulets.

Dragon’s Blood (Daemomorops Draco)
Masculine. Mars. Fire.

Love, Protection, Exorcism, Potency. Used in homemade magickal inks. Burn the resin to entice errant lovers to return. A stick placed under the pillow will cure impotency. A powerful protectant when sprinkled around the house or burned as incense. A pinch added to to other incenses will increase their potency.

Dulse — Lust, Harmony
Dutchman’s Britches — Love

E

Ebony — Protection, Power
Echinacea — Strengthening Spells
Edelwiess — Invisibility, Bullet-Proofing
Elder — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Prosperity, Peace
Elecampane — Love, Protection, Psychic Powers
Elm — Love
Endive — Love, Lust
Eucalyptus — Healing, Protection
Eyebright — Mental Powers, Psychic Powers

F

Fennel — Protection, Healing, Purification
Fenugreek — Money
Fern — Rain Making, Protection, Luck, Riches, Health, Exorcism
Feverfew — Protection
Fig — Divination, Fertility, Love
Figwort — Health, Protection
Flax — Money, Protection, Beauty, Psychic Powers, Healing
Fleabane — Exorcism, Protection, Chastity

Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) aka deadmen’s bells, dog’s finger, fairy thimbles, fox bells, witches bells, witches thimbles *POISON*
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Protection. Brings true magick to your garden by attracting faeries and plant devas. Assists in communion with the Underworld. Collect the juice of the herb under a favorable moon sign. Mark the very center of your circle with the juice and wait there to see the realm of faery.

Frankincense — Protection, Exorcism, Spirituality

G

Gardenia — Love, Peace, Healing, Spirituality
Garlic — Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Lust, Anti-Theft
Gentian — Love, Power
Geranium — Fertility, Love, Health, Protection
Ginger — Love, Money, Success, Power
Ginseng — Love, Wishes, Healing, Beauty, Protection, Lust
Goats Rue — Healing, Health
Goldenrod — Money, Divination
Goldenseal — Healing, Money
Gorse — Protection, Money
Gotu Kola — Meditation
Gourd — Protection
Grain — Protection
Grape — Fertility, Garden Magick, Mental Powers, Money
Grass — Psychic Powers, Protection
Ground Ivy — Divination
Groundsel — Health, Healing

H

Hawthorn — Fertility, Chastity, Fishing Magick, Happiness
Hazel — Luck, Fertility, Anti-Lightning, Protection, Wishes

Heather (Calluna Vulgaris) aka heath
Feminine. Venus. Water. Deity: Isis, Osiris, Venus

Protection, Rain Making, Luck. Robert Graves said heather is “a suitable tree for the inititation of Scottish witches.” Brings one in touch with divinity and increases physical beauty. Wearing an amulet of the wood will bring a long physical life and put one in touch with the truly immortal soul. A valuable herb for those who pursue initiatory paths. Unfolds the inner self. Carried, it will guard against rape or other violent crimes or just to bring good luck. (White heather is best here.) When burned with fern will attract rain.

Heliotrope — Exorcism, Prophetic Dreams, Healing, Wealth, Invisibility

Hellebore, Black (Helleborus niger) aka Melampode
Feminine. Saturn. Water.
*Poison*

Protection. Provides an aura or mantle of invisibility. The safest use of this herb is to place pieces of the root or dried berries in an amulet or magick pouch. Used to bless farm animals and pets. Good for working with familiars — but please don’t breathe the fumes or ingest!

Hemlock (Conium maculatum) aka herb bennet, poison parsley, spotted hemlock, water parsley
Feminine. Saturn. Water. Deity: Hecate
*Poison*

Destroys sexual drive. Induces astral projection. Juice rubbed on magickal blades empower and purify them.Used in medievel flying ointments.

Hemp — Healing, Love, Vision, Meditation

Henbane (Hyosycamus niger) aka black nightshade, devil’s eye, henbells, poison tobacco, hogsbean
Feminine. Saturn. Water.
*Poison*

A love-bringing herb when worn. Traditionally used in ointments and brews. Induces delirium. Used with wisdom, it could be an excellent herb for consecrating ceremonial vessels. Attracts hares, therefore would be an excellent herb for those who raise rabbits.

Henna (Lawsonia inermis)
Jupiter.

Healing. Place on forehead to relieve headache. Attracts love if worn near the heart. Protects from illness and from evil eye. A body adornment originating in the Mediterranean. Modern witches use as a ritual adornment, especially for the Great Rite and other important ritual occasions. Henna mixed with olive oil, massaged on the penis at the rising and setting suns promotes virility.

Hibiscus — Lust, Love, Divination
Hickory — Legal Matters
High John the Conqueror — Money, Love, Success, Happiness

Holly (Ilex aquifolium or I. opaca)
Masculine. Mars. Fire. Deity: Holly King

Protection, Anti-Lightning, Luck, Dream Magick. One of the best protective herbs. The wood of the holly is very well suited for the handle of the ritual knife as it both attracts and repels energies. It is powerful when defense is needed in circle while preserving the gentleness within it. Holly water is sprinkled on newborn babies to protect them. Carried by men, it promotes luck. (Ivy is the corresponding plant of luck for women). Decorate the house with it at Yule for good luck.

After midnight on a Friday, without making a sound, gather nine holly leaves, preferably from a non-spiny plant (one that has smooth leaves). Wrap these up in a white cloth using nine knots to tie the ends together. Place this beneath your pillow, and your dreams will come true. — Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magickal Herbs

Honesty — Money, Repelling Monsters

Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium) aka goat’s leaf, woodbine
Masculine. Jupiter. Earth

Money, Psychic Powers, Protection. Ring green candles with honeysuckle flowers to attract money or place them in a vase in the house for the same purpose. Lightly crush flowers and rub on forehead to heighten psychic powers. The extracted oil is best for increasing spiritual sight. It enhances understanding of images and impressions collected in the astral. Connects one with the mysteries of the Cauldron of Cerridwen. In ritual, dried, powdered bark may be used as incense.

Hops — Healing, Sleep
Horehound — Protection, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Healing
Horse Chestnut — Money, Healing
Horseradish — Purification, Exorcism
Horsetail — Snake Charming, Fertility
Houseleek — Luck, Protection, Love
Huckleberry — Luck, Protection, Dream Magick, Hex Breaking
Hyacinth — Love, Protection, Happiness
Hydrangea — Hex Breaking
Hyssop — Purification, Protection

I

Indian Paint Brush — Love
Iris — Purification, Wisdom
Irish Moss — Money, Luck, Protection
Ivy — Protection, Healing

J

Jasmine — Love, Money, Prophetic Dreams
Jobs Tears — Healing, Wishes, Luck
Joe Pye Weed — Love, Respect
Juniper — Protection, Anti-Theft, Love, Exorcism, Health

K

Kava-Kava — Visions, Protection, Luck
Knotweed — Binding, Health

L

Lady’s Mantle — Love
Lady’s Slipper — Protection
Larch — Protection, Anti-Theft
Larkspur — Health, Protection
Lavender — Love, Protection, Sleep, Chastity (with rosemary), Longevity, Purification, Happiness, Peace
Leek — Love, Protection, Exorcism
Lemon — Longevity, Purification, Love, Friendship
Lemongrass — Repel Snakes, Lust, Psychic Powers
Lemon Verbena — Purification, Love
Lettuce — Chastity, Protection, Love, Divination, Sleep
Licorice — Love, Lust, Fidelity
Life Everlasting — Longevity, Health, Healing
Lilac — Exorcism, Protection
Lily — Protection, Breaking Love Spells
Lily of the Valley — Mental Powers, Happiness
Lime — Healing, Love, Protection
Linden — Protection, Immortality, Luck, Love, Sleep
Liverwort — Protection, Love
Loosestrife — Peace, Protection
Lotus — Protection, Lock-Opening
Lovage — Love
Love Seed — Friendship, Love
Lucky Hand — Employment, Luck, Protection, Money, Travel

M

Mace — Psychic Powers, Mental Powers
Magnolia — Fidelity
Maidenhair — Beauty, Love
Male Fern — Luck, Love
Mallow — Love, Protection, Exorcism

Mandrake (Mandragora officinale or Atropa Mandragora) aka herb of Circe, witches mannikin, wild lemon, sorceror’s root *Poison*
Masculine. Mercury. Fire. Deities: Circe, Diana, Hecate, Hathor, Saturn

Protection, Love, Money, Fertility, Health. Few herbs are as steeped in magickal lore as mandrake. It is associated with the most intense practices of magick and especially well suited for love magick. It has great power as a visionary herb. It empower visions, providing the impetus to bring them into manifestation. It intensifies the magick of any situation. A whole mandrake root placed in the home will bring protection and prosperity. Carried, it will attract love. The human shape of the root makes it well suited for use as poppet. (Substitute ash roots, apples, root of the briony, or the American may apple if the cost is prohibitive). To activate a dried mandrake, place it on the altar undisturbed for three days. Then place it in warm water overnight. The root will then be activated and ready for any magickal purpose.

Maple — Love, Longevity, Money

Marigold (Calendula officinalis) aka calendula, drunkard, marybud, marygold
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Legal Matters, Psychic Powers. Aids visionary sight and helps find stolen property by producing a vision of the thief in the mind and the location of the stolen property. Dried petals may be used alone or mixed with dried incense to consecrate divination tools. Petals may be macerated in sunflower oil to make an oil of consecration. Adds a special, loving magick to rituals of death and dying. Carry marigold petals with a bay leaf to quiet gossip.

Marjoram — Protection, Love, Happiness, Health, Money
Mastic — Psychic Powers, Manifestations, Lust
May Apple (Podophyllum peltaltum) aka American mandrake, duck’s foot, hog apple, racoon berry *Poison*
Masculine. Mercury. Fire.

Money. Generally used as a substitution for European (true) mandrake. Its uses are practically identical. The may apple is not related to the true mandrake.

Meadow Rue — Divination
Meadowsweet — Love, Divination, Peace, Happiness
Mesquite — Healing
Mimosa — Protection, Love, Prophetic Dreams, Purification
Mint — Money, Love, Lust, Healing, Exorcism, Travel, Protection

Mistletoe (Viscum Album) Witches broom, Thunderbesom, Holy wood, Golden bough
Masculine. Sun. Air. Deities: Balder, Apollo, Freya, Frigga, Venus, Odin

Protection, Love, Hunting, Fertility, Health, Exorcism.

Moonwort — Money, Love
Moss — Luck, Money

Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) aka Artemis herb, Artemisia, Felon herb, Muggons, Naughty Man, Sailor’s Tobacco, St. John’s Plant
Feminine. Venus. Earth. Deities: Artemis, Diana

Strength, Psychic Powers, Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Healing, Astral Projection. Use a wash or the oil to consecrate or anoint crystal balls or any tool of divination. Produces visionary dreams and is a prime ingredient in dream pillows. Keeps one safe from dark forces. Protects children. Incense brings protection. Carried, it brings loved ones safely home from journeys. A tonic for the soul, it keeps us aware of our spiritual direction. Burn with sandalwood or wormwood during scrying sessions. A mugwort infusion sweetened with honey will enhance divination. Carried, it also increases lust and fertility.

Mulberry — Protection, Strength
Mullein — Courage, Protection, Health, Love, Divination, Exorcism
Mustard — Fertility, Protection, Mental Powers
Myrrh — Protection, Exorcism, Healing, Spirituality
Myrtle — Love, Fertility, Youth, Peace, Money

N

Nettle — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Lust
Norfolk Island Pine — Protection, Anti-Hunger
Nuts — Fertility, Prosperity, Love, Luck

O

Oak — Protection, Health, Money, Healing, Potency, Fertility, Luck
Oats — Money
Olive — Healing, Peace, Fertility, Potency, Protection, Lust
Onion — Protection, Exorcism, Healing, Money, Prophetic Dreams, Lust
Orange — Love, Divination, Luck, Money
Orchid — Love
Oregon Grape — Money, Prosperity

Orris (Iris florentina or Phizoma Iridis) aka Florentine Iris, Queen Elizabeth Root
Feminine. Venus. Water. Deities: Aphrodite, Isis, Osiris, Hera, Iris

Love, Protection, Divination. The root is used to find and hold love. The root powder is known as “Love Drawing Powder.” Protects from evil spirits. The roots and leaves hung in the house and added to the bath are good for personal protection. Make a pendulum with a small piece of the wood.

P

Palm, Date — Fertility, Potency
Pansy — Love, Rain Magick, Love, Divination
Papaya — Love, Protection
Parsley — Love, Protection, Purification
Passion Flower — Peace, Sleep, Friendship
Patchouly — Money, Fertility, Lust
Pea — Money, Love
Peach — Love, Exorcism, Longevity, Fertility, Wishes
Pear — Lust, Love
Pecan — Money, Employment
Pennyroyal — Strength, Protection, Peace
Peony — Protection, Exorcism
Pepper — Protection, Exorcism
Peppermint — Purification, Sleep, Love, Healing, Psychic Powers

Periwinkle (Vinca minor) aka Sorcerer’s Violet, Blue Buttons *POISON*
Feminine, Venus, Water.

Patron herb of Wiccans. Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Money, Protection. Best when gathered when the moon is one night old, nine nights old, 11 nights old, 13 nights old, or 30 nights old. The dried flowers may be added to any magickal mixture to enhance the working. Banishes negative energy. Makes one feel desirable. Add dried flowers or root to amulets to bring necessary changes to one’s life to attract a loving partner. Plant on graves of children. Helps grieving parents heal from their loss. Keeps memory of lost child alive without unhealthy attachments.

Persimmon — Healing, Lust
Pimento — Love
Pine — Healing, Fertility, Protection, Exorcism, Money
Pineapple — Luck, Money, Chastity
Pistachio — Breaking Love Spells
Plum — Healing
Poke — Courage, Hex Breaking
Pomegranate — Divination, Luck, Wishes, Wealth, Fertility
Poplar — Money, Flying
Poppy — Fertility, Love, Sleep, Money, Luck, Invisibility
Potato — Image Magick, Healing
Prickly Ash — Love
Primrose — Protection, Love
Purslane — Sleep, Love, Luck, Protection, Happiness

Q

Quince — Protection, Love, Happiness

R

Radish — Protection, Lust
Ragweed — Courage
Raspberry — Protection, Love
Rattlesnake Root — Protection, Money
Rhubarb — Protection, Fidelity
Rice — Protection, Fidelity
Roots — Protection, Power, Divination
Rose — Love, Psychic Powers, Healing, Love, Divination, Luck, Protection
Rosemary — Protection, Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Purification, Healing, Sleep, Youth
Rowan — Psychic Powers, Healing, Protection, Success
Rue — Healing, Health, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Love
Rye — Love, Fertility

S

Saffron — Love, Healing, Happiness, Wind Raising, Lust, Strength, Psychic Powers
Sage — Immortality, Longevity, Wisdom, Protection, Wishes
Sagebrush — Purification, Exorcism
St. John’s Wort — Health, Power, Protection, Strength, Love, Divination, Happiness
Sandalwood — Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Spirituality
Sarsaparilla — Love, Money
Sassafras — Health, Money
Savory, Summer — Mental Powers
Skullcap — Love, Fidelity, Peace
Senna — Love
Sesame — Money, Lust
Shallot — Purification
Skunk Cabbage — Legal Matters
Slippery Elm — Halts Gossip
Snakeroot — Luck, Money
Snakeroot, Black — Love, Lust, Money
Snapdragon — Protection
Solomon’s Seal — Protection, Exorcism
Sorrel Wood — Healing, Health
Southern Wood — Love, Lust, Protection
Spanish Moss — Protection
Spearmint — Healing, Love, Mental Powers
Spiderwort — Love
Spikenard — Love
Star Anise — Psychic Powers, Luck
Strawberry — Love, Luck
Sugar Cane — Love, Lust
Sunflower — Fertility, Wishes, Health, Wisdom
Sweetgrass — Calling Spirits
Sweetpea — Friendship, Chastity, Courage, Strength

T

Tansy — Health, Longevity
Tea — Riches, Courage, Strength
Thistle — Strength, Protection, Hex Breaking, Healing
Thistle, Holy — Purification, Hex Breaking
Thistle, Milk — Snake enraging
Thyme — Health, Healing, Sleep, Psychic Powers, Love, Purification, Courage
Toadflax — Protection, Hex Breaking
Toadstool — Rain Making
Tobacco — Healing, Purification
Turmeric — Purification
Turnip — Protection, Ending Relationships

U

Uva Ursa — Psychic Workings

V

Valerian — Love, Sleep, Purification, Protection
Vanilla — Love, Lust, Mental Powers
Venus Flytrap — Protection, Love

Vervain (Verbena officinalis)
Feminine. Venus. Earth. Deities: Cerridwen, Mars, Venus, Aradia, Jupiter, Thor, Juno

The Witches Herb. Love, Protection, Purification, Peace, Money, Youth, Chastity, Sleep, Healing. Empowers any magick, especially love spells. Enhances the dreaming process and is recommended for dream quests. Used to consecrate and empower any ritual tools. Protects from negative emotions and depression. Used in house and home blessings. Turns back negativity. In love spells: add to recipes to attract mates, find true love, achieve sexual fulfilment, work sexual magick, an for bringing extra bliss on the wedding night. The herb of poets, singers, and bards. Inspires artistry. Instills a love of learning. Best when gathered at Midsummer.

Vetch, Giant — Fidelity
Vetivert — Love, Hex Breaking, Luck, Money, Anti-Theft
Violet — Protection, Love, Lust, Luck, Wishes, Peace, Healing

W

Walnut — Health, Mental Powers, Infertility, Wishes
Wheat — Fertility, Money
Willow — Love, Divination, Protection, Healing
Wintergreen — Protection, Healing, Hex Breaking
Witch Hazel — Protection, Chastity

Wolf’s Bane — see Aconite

Wood Rose — Luck
Woodruff — Victory, Protection, Money
Wormwood — Psychic Powers, Protection, Love, Calling Spirits

X

Y

Yarrow — Courage, Love, Psychic Powers, Exorcism
Yellow Evening Primrose — Hunting
Yerba Mate — Fidelity, Love, Lust
Yerba Santa — Beauty, Healing, Psychic Powers, Protection
Yucca — Transmutation, Protection, Purification

Z

 

This is a very long list. The credit for this list goes to the Earth Witchery website…..http://www.earthwitchery.com/herbs.html.

Bright Blessings,

Bewitched,

XOXO

A

Acacia (Acacia Nilotica) Also called gum arabic.
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Sun, Element: Air, Deities: Osiris, Astarte, Diana, Ra

Protection, Psychic Powers. Burn with sandalwood to open psychic centers. Parts used: dried gum, leaves, wood

Aconite (Aconitum Napellus) Also called wolfsbane, monkshood, blue rocket *POISON* Don’t ingest.
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Saturn, Sign: Capricorn, Element: Water, Deities: Hecate, Medea

Protection, Invisibility. Use this herb with great caution to consecrate the athame or ritual knife. Make an infusion with the leaves or root to banish prior energy from magickal blades and to infuse it with protection. The root or leaves may be burned as incense for the same purpose. Gather the fresh flowers to make a tincture to refresh the power of the knives. Use an infusion as a magickal wash for ritual tools or sacred space. Brings protection and magickal watchfulness against negative energies in ritual. Wash a new cauldron in the infusion or burn aconite in its first fire. Used to invoke Hecate. Wrap the seed in a lizard skin and carry to become invisible at will. Used to poison arrow tips in early times. Also as protection from and a cure for werewolves.

African Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha)
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Venus, Element: Water

Spirituality, Protection. Promotes spirituality when grown in the home.

Agaric (Amanita muscaria) aka magic mushroom, redcap, death angel, death cap
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Mercury, Element: Air, Deity: Dionysus

Fertility. Place on the altar or in the bedroom to increase fertility.

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Also called Church steeples, cocklebur, stickwort, sticklewort
Gender: Masculine, Planet: Jupiter, Element: Air

Protection, Sleep. Agrimony is best known for its sleep-inducing qualities, therefore it is excellent in dream pillows, especially mixed with mugwort. Enhances magickal healing. A wash or oil increases effectiveness of all forms of ritual healing, psychic healing, or distance healing. Anoint hands with oil to cleanse auras. Creates a barrier against negative energies. Use if you feel to be under psychic attack. A counter-magick herb, it not only breaks hexes, but sends them back to the hexer.

Alfalfa (Medicavo Sativa)
Gender: Feminine, Planet: Venus, Element: Earth

Prosperity, Anti-hunger, Money. Brings in money and protects against financial misfortune. Harvest a small quantity at the full moon. Dry and burn in the cauldron. Place ashes in an magickal amulet.

Allspice (Pimenta officinalis or P. dioica)
Masculine, Mars, Fire

Money, Luck, Healing.

Almond (Prunus dulcis)
Masculine. Mercury. Air. Deities: Attis, Mercury, Thoth, Hermes

Money, Prosperity, Wisdom. Use oil, wash, or incense to anoint magickal wands or ritual candlesticks. (Almond wood makes excellent wands, especially for use in love magick). Excellent herbs for handfastings or other rituals of union. Also good for overcoming alcohol dependency. Almonds, leaves, and wood may be used in money magick. Placing almonds in your pocket will lead you to treasures.

Aloe (Aloe vera) aka burn plant, medicine plant
Feminine. Moon. Water.

Protection, Luck. Guards against evil influences and prevents household accidents. Plant aloe on the graves of loved ones to promote a peaceful existence until the deceased is reborn. Use for success in the world. Prevents feelings of loneliness.

Aloes, Wood (Aquilaria agallocha) aka Lignum aloes
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Love, Spirituality.

Althea (Althea officinalis) aka marshmallow, sweet weed, wymote
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Protection, Psychic Powers. Burn as incense or carry as a sachet for a good psychic power stimulator. A good “spirit puller.” It draws good spirits into workings and rituals when placed on the altar. An aphrodisiac — make an oil from seeds gathered under the full moon to use on the genitals. An amulet made of the leaf or root worn near the genitals will accomplish the same ends.
Alyssum — Protection, Moderating Anger
Amaranth — Healing, Protection, Invisibility
Anemone — Health, Protection, Healing
Angelica — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Visions
Apple — Love, Healing, Garden Magick, Immortality
Apricot — Love
Arabic Gum — Purify negativity and evil
Arbutus — Exorcism, Protection
Asafoetida — Exorcism, Purification, Protection
Ash — Protection, Prosperity, Sea Rituals, Health
Aspen — Eloquence, Anti-Theft
Aster — Love
Avens — Exorcism, Purification, Love
Avocado — Love, Beauty, Lust

B

Bachelor’s Buttons — Love
Balm, Lemon — Love, Success, Healing
Balm of Gilead — Love, Manifestations, Protection, Healing
Bamboo (Bambusa Vulgaris)
Masculine. Deity: Hina

Protection, Luck, Hex-Breaking, Wishes. Excellent for magick wands, representing all four elements. “Growing up from the earth through water, it passes through the sky as it reaches toward the fire of the Sun.” Crush the wood to a powder and burn for protection — or grow by the house for good fortune.

Banana — Fertility, Potency, Prosperity
Banyan — Luck
Barley — Love, Healing, Protection
Basil — Love, Exorcism, Wealth, Flying, Protection
Bay — Protection, Psychic Powers, Healing, Purification, Strength
Bean — Protection, Exorcism, Wart Charming, Reconciliations, Potency, Love
Bedstraw — Love
Beech — Wishes
Beet — Love

Belladonna (Atropa belladonna) aka banewort, witches berry, sorcerer’s berry, deadly nightshade, death’s herb, devil’s cherries *Poison*
Feminine. Saturn. Water. Deities: Hecate, Bellona, Circe

Highly toxic. All parts of the plant are extremely poisonous. Encourages astral projection and produces visions, but belladonna is best avoided. A primary ingredient in flying ointments. Used in funeral rituals to aspurge the circle, helping the deceased to let go and move forward. Used to invoke Circe. Gather berries when they are ripe (around Samhain.) Store with onyx. Medicinally, it has been used as a sedative.

As every part of the plant is extremely poisonous, neither leaves, berries, nor root should be handled if there are any cuts or abrasions on the hands. The root is the most poisonous, the leaves and flowers less so, and the berries, except to children, least of all. It is said that an adult may eat two or three berries without injury, but dangerous symptoms appear if more are taken, and it is wiser not to attempt the experiment. Though so powerful in its action on the human body, the plant seems to affect some of the lower animals but little. Rabbits, sheep, goats and swine eat the leaves with impunity, and birds often eat the seeds without any apparent effect, but cats and dogs are very susceptible to the poison. — Grieve’s Modern Herbal

Benzoin (Styrax benzoin)
Masculine. Sun. Air. Deities: Venus, Aphrodite, Mut.

Purification, Prosperity. Provides focus. Enhances concentration. Useful in astral travel (protects spirit while travelling). Promotes generosity. Brings increased success to any magickal working or to attain magickal goals. Used as a base for incense. Make an incense of benzoin, cinnamon, and basil to attract customers to your place of business.

Bergamot, Orange — Money
Be-Still — Luck
Betony, Wood — Protection, Purification, Love
Birch — Protection, Exorcism, Purification
Bistort — Psychic Powers, Fertility
Bittersweet — Protection, Healing
Blackberry — Healing, Money, Protection
Bladderwrack — Protection, Sea Spells, Wind Spells, Money, Psychic Powers

Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis or D. formosa)
Feminine. Venus. Water

Love. When grown, the plant brings love. If growing indoors, plant a penny in the soil to offset negative vibrations. (For some reason, this plant emits negativity when grown indoors — maybe because love needs freedom to grow?) Lore: crush the flower. If the juice is red, your love has a heart full of love for you. If it is white, he or she does not.

Bloodroot — Love, Protection, Purification
Bluebell — Luck, Truth
Blueberry — Protection
Blue Flag — Money
Bodhi — Fertility, Protection, Wisdom, Meditation
Boneset — Protection, Exorcism
Borage — Courage, Psychic Powers
Bracken — Healing, Rune Magick, Prophetic Dreams
Brazil Nut — Love
Briony — Image Magick, Money, Protection
Bromeliad — Protection, Money
Broom — Purification, Protection, Wind Spells, Divination
Buchu — Psychic Powers, Prophetic Dreams
Buckthorn — Protection, Exorcism, Wishes, Legal Matters
Buckwheat — Money, Protection
Burdock — Protection, Healing

C

Cabbage — Luck
Cactus — Protection, Chastity
Calamus — Luck, Healing, Money, Protection
Camellia — Riches
Camphor — Chastity, Health, Divination
Caraway — Protection, Lust, Health, Anti-Theft, Mental Powers
Cardamom — Lust, Love
Carnation — Protection, Strength, Healing
Carob — Protection, Health
Carrot — Fertility, Lust
Cascara Sagrada — Legal Matters, Money, Protection
Cashew — Money
Castor — Protection
Catnip — Cat Magick, Love, Beauty, Happiness
Cattail — Lust
Cedar — Healing, Purification, Money, Protection
Celandine — Protection, Escape, Happiness, Legal Matters
Celery — Mental Powers, Lust, Psychic Powers
Centaury — Snake Removing
Chamomile — Money, Sleep, Love, Purification
Cherry — Love, Divination
Chestnut — Love
Chickweed — Fertility, Love
Chicory — Removing Obstacles, Invisibility, Favors, Frigidity
Chili Pepper — Fidelity, Hex Breaking, Love
China Berry — Luck

Chrysanthemum (Anacylus pyrethrum) aka mum
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Protection. Promotes mental health. Use in rituals of death and dying.

Cinnamon (Cinnamonum zeylanicum) aka sweet wood
Masculine. Sun. Fire. Deities: Venus, Aphrodite

Spirituality, Success, Healing, Power, Psychic Powers, Lust, Protection, Love. Empower with tourmaline. Enhancing skills of prophecy through channeling, working through an oracle, or through divination. When burned as an incense, it raises high spiritual vibrations. Aids in healing. Draws money. Stimulates psychic power and produces protective vibrations. Great in sachets and amulets.

Cinquefoil (Potentilla canadensis or P. reptans) aka crampweed, five finger blossom, five finger grass, goosegrass, silverweed, potentilla
Masculine. Jupiter. Fire.

The five points of the leaves represent love, money, health, power, and wisdom. If carried, all these will be granted. Good for love magick and to promote an abundant harvest. Contains the energy to manifest one’s ideas. An ingredient in mediaeval flying ointments.

Citron — Psychic Powers, Healing
Clove — Protection, Exorcism, Love, Money
Clover — Protection, Love, Money, Fidelity, Exorcism, Success
Club Moss — Protection, Power
Coconut — Purification, Protection, Chastity
Cohosh, Black — Love, Courage, Protection, Potency
Coltsfoot — Love, Visions
Columbine — Love, Courage
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) aka boneset, bruisewort, knit back, knit bone, slippery root
Feminine. Saturn. Water.

Good for any magickal healing. Worn or carried, it ensures safety during travel. The root is used in money spells.

Copal (Bursera odorata)
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Love, Purification. Added to love and purification incenses. A piece of copal can represent the heart in poppets.

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) aka Chinese parsley, cilantro
Masculine. Mars. Fire.

Love, Health, Healing. Used in love sachets and spells. Add the powdered seeds to warm wine to make a lust potion. Protects gardeners and all in their households. Gather at harvest and hang in the home for protection. The seeds promote peace between people who are unable to get along. Use it in drinks or crushed in incense. Helps one find romance and is an excellent herb to add to an elixir when the Great Rite is celebrated. Throw instead of rice at handfastings or add to the handfasting cake.

Corn — Protection, Luck, Divination
Cotton — Luck, Healing, Protection, Rain, Fishing Magick
Cowslip — Healing, Youth, Treasure Finding
Crocus — Love, Visions
Cucumber — Chastity, Healing, Fertility
Cumin — Protection, Fidelity, Exorcism
Curry — Protection
Cyclamen — Fertility, Protection, Happiness, Lust
Cypress — Longevity, Healing, Comfort, Protection

D

Daffodil — Love, Fertility, Luck
Daisy — Lust, Luck
Damiana — Lust, Love, Visions
Dandelion — Divination, Wishes, Calling Spirits
Deerstongue — Lust, Psychic Powers
Dill — Protection, Money, Lust, Luck
Dock — Healing, Fertility, Money

Dogbane (Apocynum adrosaemifolium)

Use the flowers in magickal love mixtures.

Dogwood (Pyiscidia erythrina)
Moon, Pluto. Pisces. Deity: Consus

Wishes, Protection. Keeps writings and meetings secret, therefore is an excellent herb for the Book of Shadows. An oil of the flowers is priceless in sealing letters and keeping unintended eyes from secret writings. Powdered flowers and dried bark may be used as incense. Place the sap of the dogwood onto a handkerchief on Midsummer Eve. This will grant any wish you have as long as you carry it faithfully. Dogwood leaves or wood can be placed in protective amulets.

Dragon’s Blood (Daemomorops Draco)
Masculine. Mars. Fire.

Love, Protection, Exorcism, Potency. Used in homemade magickal inks. Burn the resin to entice errant lovers to return. A stick placed under the pillow will cure impotency. A powerful protectant when sprinkled around the house or burned as incense. A pinch added to to other incenses will increase their potency.

Dulse — Lust, Harmony
Dutchman’s Britches — Love

E

Ebony — Protection, Power
Echinacea — Strengthening Spells
Edelwiess — Invisibility, Bullet-Proofing
Elder — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Prosperity, Peace
Elecampane — Love, Protection, Psychic Powers
Elm — Love
Endive — Love, Lust
Eucalyptus — Healing, Protection
Eyebright — Mental Powers, Psychic Powers

F

Fennel — Protection, Healing, Purification
Fenugreek — Money
Fern — Rain Making, Protection, Luck, Riches, Health, Exorcism
Feverfew — Protection
Fig — Divination, Fertility, Love
Figwort — Health, Protection
Flax — Money, Protection, Beauty, Psychic Powers, Healing
Fleabane — Exorcism, Protection, Chastity

Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) aka deadmen’s bells, dog’s finger, fairy thimbles, fox bells, witches bells, witches thimbles *POISON*
Feminine. Venus. Water.

Protection. Brings true magick to your garden by attracting faeries and plant devas. Assists in communion with the Underworld. Collect the juice of the herb under a favorable moon sign. Mark the very center of your circle with the juice and wait there to see the realm of faery.

Frankincense — Protection, Exorcism, Spirituality

G

Gardenia — Love, Peace, Healing, Spirituality
Garlic — Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Lust, Anti-Theft
Gentian — Love, Power
Geranium — Fertility, Love, Health, Protection
Ginger — Love, Money, Success, Power
Ginseng — Love, Wishes, Healing, Beauty, Protection, Lust
Goats Rue — Healing, Health
Goldenrod — Money, Divination
Goldenseal — Healing, Money
Gorse — Protection, Money
Gotu Kola — Meditation
Gourd — Protection
Grain — Protection
Grape — Fertility, Garden Magick, Mental Powers, Money
Grass — Psychic Powers, Protection
Ground Ivy — Divination
Groundsel — Health, Healing

H

Hawthorn — Fertility, Chastity, Fishing Magick, Happiness
Hazel — Luck, Fertility, Anti-Lightning, Protection, Wishes

Heather (Calluna Vulgaris) aka heath
Feminine. Venus. Water. Deity: Isis, Osiris, Venus

Protection, Rain Making, Luck. Robert Graves said heather is “a suitable tree for the inititation of Scottish witches.” Brings one in touch with divinity and increases physical beauty. Wearing an amulet of the wood will bring a long physical life and put one in touch with the truly immortal soul. A valuable herb for those who pursue initiatory paths. Unfolds the inner self. Carried, it will guard against rape or other violent crimes or just to bring good luck. (White heather is best here.) When burned with fern will attract rain.

Heliotrope — Exorcism, Prophetic Dreams, Healing, Wealth, Invisibility

Hellebore, Black (Helleborus niger) aka Melampode
Feminine. Saturn. Water.
*Poison*

Protection. Provides an aura or mantle of invisibility. The safest use of this herb is to place pieces of the root or dried berries in an amulet or magick pouch. Used to bless farm animals and pets. Good for working with familiars — but please don’t breathe the fumes or ingest!

Hemlock (Conium maculatum) aka herb bennet, poison parsley, spotted hemlock, water parsley
Feminine. Saturn. Water. Deity: Hecate
*Poison*

Destroys sexual drive. Induces astral projection. Juice rubbed on magickal blades empower and purify them.Used in medievel flying ointments.

Hemp — Healing, Love, Vision, Meditation

Henbane (Hyosycamus niger) aka black nightshade, devil’s eye, henbells, poison tobacco, hogsbean
Feminine. Saturn. Water.
*Poison*

A love-bringing herb when worn. Traditionally used in ointments and brews. Induces delirium. Used with wisdom, it could be an excellent herb for consecrating ceremonial vessels. Attracts hares, therefore would be an excellent herb for those who raise rabbits.

Henna (Lawsonia inermis)
Jupiter.

Healing. Place on forehead to relieve headache. Attracts love if worn near the heart. Protects from illness and from evil eye. A body adornment originating in the Mediterranean. Modern witches use as a ritual adornment, especially for the Great Rite and other important ritual occasions. Henna mixed with olive oil, massaged on the penis at the rising and setting suns promotes virility.

Hibiscus — Lust, Love, Divination
Hickory — Legal Matters
High John the Conqueror — Money, Love, Success, Happiness

Holly (Ilex aquifolium or I. opaca)
Masculine. Mars. Fire. Deity: Holly King

Protection, Anti-Lightning, Luck, Dream Magick. One of the best protective herbs. The wood of the holly is very well suited for the handle of the ritual knife as it both attracts and repels energies. It is powerful when defense is needed in circle while preserving the gentleness within it. Holly water is sprinkled on newborn babies to protect them. Carried by men, it promotes luck. (Ivy is the corresponding plant of luck for women). Decorate the house with it at Yule for good luck.

After midnight on a Friday, without making a sound, gather nine holly leaves, preferably from a non-spiny plant (one that has smooth leaves). Wrap these up in a white cloth using nine knots to tie the ends together. Place this beneath your pillow, and your dreams will come true. — Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magickal Herbs

Honesty — Money, Repelling Monsters

Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium) aka goat’s leaf, woodbine
Masculine. Jupiter. Earth

Money, Psychic Powers, Protection. Ring green candles with honeysuckle flowers to attract money or place them in a vase in the house for the same purpose. Lightly crush flowers and rub on forehead to heighten psychic powers. The extracted oil is best for increasing spiritual sight. It enhances understanding of images and impressions collected in the astral. Connects one with the mysteries of the Cauldron of Cerridwen. In ritual, dried, powdered bark may be used as incense.

Hops — Healing, Sleep
Horehound — Protection, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Healing
Horse Chestnut — Money, Healing
Horseradish — Purification, Exorcism
Horsetail — Snake Charming, Fertility
Houseleek — Luck, Protection, Love
Huckleberry — Luck, Protection, Dream Magick, Hex Breaking
Hyacinth — Love, Protection, Happiness
Hydrangea — Hex Breaking
Hyssop — Purification, Protection

I

Indian Paint Brush — Love
Iris — Purification, Wisdom
Irish Moss — Money, Luck, Protection
Ivy — Protection, Healing

J

Jasmine — Love, Money, Prophetic Dreams
Jobs Tears — Healing, Wishes, Luck
Joe Pye Weed — Love, Respect
Juniper — Protection, Anti-Theft, Love, Exorcism, Health

K

Kava-Kava — Visions, Protection, Luck
Knotweed — Binding, Health

L

Lady’s Mantle — Love
Lady’s Slipper — Protection
Larch — Protection, Anti-Theft
Larkspur — Health, Protection
Lavender — Love, Protection, Sleep, Chastity (with rosemary), Longevity, Purification, Happiness, Peace
Leek — Love, Protection, Exorcism
Lemon — Longevity, Purification, Love, Friendship
Lemongrass — Repel Snakes, Lust, Psychic Powers
Lemon Verbena — Purification, Love
Lettuce — Chastity, Protection, Love, Divination, Sleep
Licorice — Love, Lust, Fidelity
Life Everlasting — Longevity, Health, Healing
Lilac — Exorcism, Protection
Lily — Protection, Breaking Love Spells
Lily of the Valley — Mental Powers, Happiness
Lime — Healing, Love, Protection
Linden — Protection, Immortality, Luck, Love, Sleep
Liverwort — Protection, Love
Loosestrife — Peace, Protection
Lotus — Protection, Lock-Opening
Lovage — Love
Love Seed — Friendship, Love
Lucky Hand — Employment, Luck, Protection, Money, Travel

M

Mace — Psychic Powers, Mental Powers
Magnolia — Fidelity
Maidenhair — Beauty, Love
Male Fern — Luck, Love
Mallow — Love, Protection, Exorcism

Mandrake (Mandragora officinale or Atropa Mandragora) aka herb of Circe, witches mannikin, wild lemon, sorceror’s root *Poison*
Masculine. Mercury. Fire. Deities: Circe, Diana, Hecate, Hathor, Saturn

Protection, Love, Money, Fertility, Health. Few herbs are as steeped in magickal lore as mandrake. It is associated with the most intense practices of magick and especially well suited for love magick. It has great power as a visionary herb. It empower visions, providing the impetus to bring them into manifestation. It intensifies the magick of any situation. A whole mandrake root placed in the home will bring protection and prosperity. Carried, it will attract love. The human shape of the root makes it well suited for use as poppet. (Substitute ash roots, apples, root of the briony, or the American may apple if the cost is prohibitive). To activate a dried mandrake, place it on the altar undisturbed for three days. Then place it in warm water overnight. The root will then be activated and ready for any magickal purpose.

Maple — Love, Longevity, Money

Marigold (Calendula officinalis) aka calendula, drunkard, marybud, marygold
Masculine. Sun. Fire.

Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Legal Matters, Psychic Powers. Aids visionary sight and helps find stolen property by producing a vision of the thief in the mind and the location of the stolen property. Dried petals may be used alone or mixed with dried incense to consecrate divination tools. Petals may be macerated in sunflower oil to make an oil of consecration. Adds a special, loving magick to rituals of death and dying. Carry marigold petals with a bay leaf to quiet gossip.

Marjoram — Protection, Love, Happiness, Health, Money
Mastic — Psychic Powers, Manifestations, Lust
May Apple (Podophyllum peltaltum) aka American mandrake, duck’s foot, hog apple, racoon berry *Poison*
Masculine. Mercury. Fire.

Money. Generally used as a substitution for European (true) mandrake. Its uses are practically identical. The may apple is not related to the true mandrake.

Meadow Rue — Divination
Meadowsweet — Love, Divination, Peace, Happiness
Mesquite — Healing
Mimosa — Protection, Love, Prophetic Dreams, Purification
Mint — Money, Love, Lust, Healing, Exorcism, Travel, Protection

Mistletoe (Viscum Album) Witches broom, Thunderbesom, Holy wood, Golden bough
Masculine. Sun. Air. Deities: Balder, Apollo, Freya, Frigga, Venus, Odin

Protection, Love, Hunting, Fertility, Health, Exorcism.

Moonwort — Money, Love
Moss — Luck, Money

Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) aka Artemis herb, Artemisia, Felon herb, Muggons, Naughty Man, Sailor’s Tobacco, St. John’s Plant
Feminine. Venus. Earth. Deities: Artemis, Diana

Strength, Psychic Powers, Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Healing, Astral Projection. Use a wash or the oil to consecrate or anoint crystal balls or any tool of divination. Produces visionary dreams and is a prime ingredient in dream pillows. Keeps one safe from dark forces. Protects children. Incense brings protection. Carried, it brings loved ones safely home from journeys. A tonic for the soul, it keeps us aware of our spiritual direction. Burn with sandalwood or wormwood during scrying sessions. A mugwort infusion sweetened with honey will enhance divination. Carried, it also increases lust and fertility.

Mulberry — Protection, Strength
Mullein — Courage, Protection, Health, Love, Divination, Exorcism
Mustard — Fertility, Protection, Mental Powers
Myrrh — Protection, Exorcism, Healing, Spirituality
Myrtle — Love, Fertility, Youth, Peace, Money

N

Nettle — Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Lust
Norfolk Island Pine — Protection, Anti-Hunger
Nuts — Fertility, Prosperity, Love, Luck

O

Oak — Protection, Health, Money, Healing, Potency, Fertility, Luck
Oats — Money
Olive — Healing, Peace, Fertility, Potency, Protection, Lust
Onion — Protection, Exorcism, Healing, Money, Prophetic Dreams, Lust
Orange — Love, Divination, Luck, Money
Orchid — Love
Oregon Grape — Money, Prosperity

Orris (Iris florentina or Phizoma Iridis) aka Florentine Iris, Queen Elizabeth Root
Feminine. Venus. Water. Deities: Aphrodite, Isis, Osiris, Hera, Iris

Love, Protection, Divination. The root is used to find and hold love. The root powder is known as “Love Drawing Powder.” Protects from evil spirits. The roots and leaves hung in the house and added to the bath are good for personal protection. Make a pendulum with a small piece of the wood.

P

Palm, Date — Fertility, Potency
Pansy — Love, Rain Magick, Love, Divination
Papaya — Love, Protection
Parsley — Love, Protection, Purification
Passion Flower — Peace, Sleep, Friendship
Patchouly — Money, Fertility, Lust
Pea — Money, Love
Peach — Love, Exorcism, Longevity, Fertility, Wishes
Pear — Lust, Love
Pecan — Money, Employment
Pennyroyal — Strength, Protection, Peace
Peony — Protection, Exorcism
Pepper — Protection, Exorcism
Peppermint — Purification, Sleep, Love, Healing, Psychic Powers

Periwinkle (Vinca minor) aka Sorcerer’s Violet, Blue Buttons *POISON*
Feminine, Venus, Water.

Patron herb of Wiccans. Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Money, Protection. Best when gathered when the moon is one night old, nine nights old, 11 nights old, 13 nights old, or 30 nights old. The dried flowers may be added to any magickal mixture to enhance the working. Banishes negative energy. Makes one feel desirable. Add dried flowers or root to amulets to bring necessary changes to one’s life to attract a loving partner. Plant on graves of children. Helps grieving parents heal from their loss. Keeps memory of lost child alive without unhealthy attachments.

Persimmon — Healing, Lust
Pimento — Love
Pine — Healing, Fertility, Protection, Exorcism, Money
Pineapple — Luck, Money, Chastity
Pistachio — Breaking Love Spells
Plum — Healing
Poke — Courage, Hex Breaking
Pomegranate — Divination, Luck, Wishes, Wealth, Fertility
Poplar — Money, Flying
Poppy — Fertility, Love, Sleep, Money, Luck, Invisibility
Potato — Image Magick, Healing
Prickly Ash — Love
Primrose — Protection, Love
Purslane — Sleep, Love, Luck, Protection, Happiness

Q

Quince — Protection, Love, Happiness

R

Radish — Protection, Lust
Ragweed — Courage
Raspberry — Protection, Love
Rattlesnake Root — Protection, Money
Rhubarb — Protection, Fidelity
Rice — Protection, Fidelity
Roots — Protection, Power, Divination
Rose — Love, Psychic Powers, Healing, Love, Divination, Luck, Protection
Rosemary — Protection, Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Purification, Healing, Sleep, Youth
Rowan — Psychic Powers, Healing, Protection, Success
Rue — Healing, Health, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Love
Rye — Love, Fertility

S

Saffron — Love, Healing, Happiness, Wind Raising, Lust, Strength, Psychic Powers
Sage — Immortality, Longevity, Wisdom, Protection, Wishes
Sagebrush — Purification, Exorcism
St. John’s Wort — Health, Power, Protection, Strength, Love, Divination, Happiness
Sandalwood — Protection, Healing, Exorcism, Spirituality
Sarsaparilla — Love, Money
Sassafras — Health, Money
Savory, Summer — Mental Powers
Skullcap — Love, Fidelity, Peace
Senna — Love
Sesame — Money, Lust
Shallot — Purification
Skunk Cabbage — Legal Matters
Slippery Elm — Halts Gossip
Snakeroot — Luck, Money
Snakeroot, Black — Love, Lust, Money
Snapdragon — Protection
Solomon’s Seal — Protection, Exorcism
Sorrel Wood — Healing, Health
Southern Wood — Love, Lust, Protection
Spanish Moss — Protection
Spearmint — Healing, Love, Mental Powers
Spiderwort — Love
Spikenard — Love
Star Anise — Psychic Powers, Luck
Strawberry — Love, Luck
Sugar Cane — Love, Lust
Sunflower — Fertility, Wishes, Health, Wisdom
Sweetgrass — Calling Spirits
Sweetpea — Friendship, Chastity, Courage, Strength

T

Tansy — Health, Longevity
Tea — Riches, Courage, Strength
Thistle — Strength, Protection, Hex Breaking, Healing
Thistle, Holy — Purification, Hex Breaking
Thistle, Milk — Snake enraging
Thyme — Health, Healing, Sleep, Psychic Powers, Love, Purification, Courage
Toadflax — Protection, Hex Breaking
Toadstool — Rain Making
Tobacco — Healing, Purification
Turmeric — Purification
Turnip — Protection, Ending Relationships

U

Uva Ursa — Psychic Workings

V

Valerian — Love, Sleep, Purification, Protection
Vanilla — Love, Lust, Mental Powers
Venus Flytrap — Protection, Love

Vervain (Verbena officinalis)
Feminine. Venus. Earth. Deities: Cerridwen, Mars, Venus, Aradia, Jupiter, Thor, Juno

The Witches Herb. Love, Protection, Purification, Peace, Money, Youth, Chastity, Sleep, Healing. Empowers any magick, especially love spells. Enhances the dreaming process and is recommended for dream quests. Used to consecrate and empower any ritual tools. Protects from negative emotions and depression. Used in house and home blessings. Turns back negativity. In love spells: add to recipes to attract mates, find true love, achieve sexual fulfilment, work sexual magick, an for bringing extra bliss on the wedding night. The herb of poets, singers, and bards. Inspires artistry. Instills a love of learning. Best when gathered at Midsummer.

Vetch, Giant — Fidelity
Vetivert — Love, Hex Breaking, Luck, Money, Anti-Theft
Violet — Protection, Love, Lust, Luck, Wishes, Peace, Healing

W

Walnut — Health, Mental Powers, Infertility, Wishes
Wheat — Fertility, Money
Willow — Love, Divination, Protection, Healing
Wintergreen — Protection, Healing, Hex Breaking
Witch Hazel — Protection, Chastity

Wolf’s Bane — see Aconite

Wood Rose — Luck
Woodruff — Victory, Protection, Money
Wormwood — Psychic Powers, Protection, Love, Calling Spirits

X

Y

Yarrow — Courage, Love, Psychic Powers, Exorcism
Yellow Evening Primrose — Hunting
Yerba Mate — Fidelity, Love, Lust
Yerba Santa — Beauty, Healing, Psychic Powers, Protection
Yucca — Transmutation, Protection, Purification

A Description of the Elements


**Information on this page taken from
“Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft” by Raven Grimassi.**


Earth is the element of form, binding, and manifestation. From an occult perspective the element of Earth is the lowest in vibratory rate of the four elements. Most modern Witchcraft/Wiccan Traditions consider Earth to be a feminine² element.

Creatures known as Gnomes, a dwarf-like race, symbolize the active magickal principle of the elemental Earth. In a metaphysical sense, the color of Earth is yellow, symbolizing its vitality, activated by the sun, and it is associated with the Northern quarter. Some Wiccan Traditions associate Earth with other directional quarters and other colors. As a magickal agent the element of Earth is symbolized by the ritual tool known as a pentacle. In astrology the zodiac signs Capricorn, Virgo, and Taurus are associated with the element of Earth.

Air is commonly associated with mental activity and is considered masculine¹ in nature.

In modern Wicca/Witchcraft the magickal agent of the element of Air is symbolized by a ritual tool. Some traditions assign the wand to Air because it was once a branch moving in the wind. Other traditions assign the element of Air to the ritual blade because of the sound a blade can make when slicing the air.

Creatures known as Sylphs, a fairy-like race, symbolize the active magickal principle of elemental air. In a metaphysical sense, the color of Air is blue and it is associated with the Eastern quarter. Some Wiccan Traditions associate Air with other directional quarters and other colors. In astrology, the zodiac signs Aquarius, Libra, and Gemini are associated with the element of Air.

In old occult lore it was believed that spirits and ghosts had the power to wrap themselves inside the wind, giving them the ability to become invisible. From this lore, we find other associations such as the presence of a ghost indicated by areas of cold air.Howling winds were believed to carry spirits of the night. Because of the association of air, sudden gusts of wind were attributed to spirits and poltergeists.

Fire is sometimes known as the living element. It is perhaps the most ancient symbol of divinity. Fire is a living principle of duality, providing light and heat to aid humankind, while at the same time being a force of death and destruction. The eternal flame is a common theme in ancient Mystery Cults and typically represents the eternal presence of Divinity. Among the ancient Greeks, Hestia symbolized the divine living flame, as did Vesta among the Romans.

The ancients believed that fire could lie hidden in a piece of wood. By rubbing two pieces together the fire could often be coaxed from the wood. Once fire was produced the ancients often transported the flame on the end of a giant fennel stick, a custom that later associated fennel with the forces of light. The connection of fire as the living spirit latent in wood drew worshippers to establish and maintain sanctuaries for their deities within the forests, long after the creation of towns and cities. According to ancient legend, statues of deities were encased in a bundle of branches and transported to a new location when another sacred grove was to be established. In this manner the “fire” of the deities’ spirit was conveyed from grove to grove.

In modern Wicca, Fire is one of the four creative elements. It is traditionally linked to the color red, although this does differ among the various traditions. As a magickal agent the element of fire is symbolized by a ritual tool. Some traditions assign elemental Fire to the ritual blade because the blade was forged in Fire. Other traditions assign it to the wand because of the use of wood as a torch. In astrology the zodiac sign Aries, Leo and Sagittarius are associated with Fire.

Water is an element associated with the west quarter. It is a symbol of regeneration, renovation, and dissolution. In occultism beings known as Undines are creatures of this element. Traditionally, the element of Water is associated with the color green – in many modern Wiccan/Witchcraft Traditions the color is blue.

In modern Wicca, Water is symbolized by the ritual tool known as the chalice. The chalice contains either water or wine that is used for ritual or magickal purposes. In astrology the zodiac signs Pisces, Cancer, and Scorpio are associated with the element of Water.

Akasha meaning pure spirit, is the fifth element.It is the subtle spiritual essence that pervades all space. It is not ether itself, but is an ether-like substance of a spiritual rather than material nature. Essentially, Akasha is to ether what spirit is to physical matter. In ancient writings, such as the Puranas, Akasha is said to operate through sound or vibration. Thus it is identified with the element of Air, and in a spiritual sense with the “breath of god” concept in ancient Hebraic texts. Where we read in the book of Genesis that the “spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters,” we can see Akasha in action through motion. In occultism, Akasha is considered to be an indispensable element of each magickal act.

To move energy in a ritual, spell, or work of magick is to evoke Akasha. Akasha is an element of the kundalini force as well, lying latent at the base of all magickal operations. The power of Akasha, as it relates to kundalini, is an “occult electricity.” This energy rises with our emotions and desires, and is the basis for fertility of mind, body, and spirit. It is the energy of motivation, passion, and determination.

On a larger scale, Akasha is one of the Tattvic Tides³ of occult philosophy, an energy form that is most active at sunrise. As one of the Tattvic Tides, Akasha emanates the power of spirit to harmonize the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. The ancient myths of Western civiliztion tell of a time when the chaos was brought into harmony by the intervention of spirit. This is the symbolism of the pentagram, the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water controlled by spirit. In ancient Roman mythology the four elemental winds were the gods Borus, Eurus, Notus, and Zephyrus. Above them was a higher god, Aeoulus, who kept watch over them.

Details of the Elelments


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Earth: Connected to the North, Earth is considered the ultimate feminine element. The Earth is fertile and stable, associated with the Goddess. The planet itself is a ball of life, and as the Wheel of the Year  turns, we can watch all the aspects of life take place in the Earth: birth, life, death, and finally rebirth. The Earth is nurturing and stable, solid and firm, full of endurance and strength. In color correspondences, both green and brown connect to the Earth, for fairly obvious reasons! In Tarot readings, the Earth is related to the suit of Pentacles or Coins.

Air: Air is the element of the East, connected to the soul and the breath of life. If you’re doing a working related to communication, wisdom or the powers of the mind, Air is the element to focus on. Air carries away your troubles, blows away strife, and carries positive thoughts to those who are far away. Air is associated with the colors yellow and white, and connects to the Tarot suit of Swords.

Fire: Fire is a purifying, masculine energy, associated with the South, and connected to strong will and energy. Fire both creates and destroys, and symbolizes the fertility of the God. Fire can heal or harm, and can bring about new life or destroy the old and worn. In Tarot, Fire is connected to the Wand suit. For color correspondences, use red and orange for Fire associations.

Water: Water is a feminine energy and highly connected with the aspects of the Goddess. Used for healing, cleansing, and purification, Water is related to the West, and associated with passion and emotion. In many spiritual paths, including Catholicism, consecrated Water can be found – holy water is just regular water with salt added to it, and usually a blessing or invocation is said above it. In Wiccan covens, such water is used to consecrate the circle and all the tools within it. As you may expect, water is associated with the color blue, and the Tarot suit of Cup cards.

 

The Witches Garden-Pet Safe Plants


As a Kitchen Witch I love to Garden, plant herbs and generally be out in Nature.
I often wonder about my cats and dogs safety to my house, garden and wild plants.
I was lucky enough to find this list of animal safe plants and wanted to share it with my other pet and nature loving witches.
Be Sure to pass this list on to anyone you know who loves to garden and is concerned about pet safety…
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NON-TOXIC PLANTS

Acajou (also called Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Achira (also called Arrowroot, Canna Lily, Common Garden Canna, Queensland Arrowroot, Tous-les-mois)
Acorn Squash
Acorn Summer Squash
African Daisy (also called Barberton Daisy, Gerber Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Veldt Daisy)
African Living Rock Cactus (also called Living Rock Cactus, Mimicry Plant)
African Violet
Air Plant
Airplane Plant
Algaroba (also called Carob, Carob Tree, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Algarroba (also called Dinteranthus Vanzylii, Golf Ball, Kiawe, Living Stones, Mesquite)
Aluminum Plant (also called Watermelon Pilea, Watermelon Plant)
Alumroot (also called Coral Bells, Heuchera)
Alyssum
American Chestnut (also called Chestnut)
American Plane Tree (also called American Sycamore, Buttonwood)
American Rubber Plant (also called Baby Rubber Plant, Blunt Leaf Peperomia, Pepper Face, Rhynchophorum)
Amur (also called Amur Maple, Maple)
Amur Maple (also called Amur, Maple)
Angel’s Tears (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Annual Aster (also called Aster Sinensis, China Aster)
Anthericum Comosum (also called Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant, Walking Anthericum)
Arabian Gentian (also called German Violet, Persian Violet)
Areca Palm (also called Cane Palm, Golden Butterfly Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm)
Aregelia (also called Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Miniature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Arrowroot (also called Achira, Canna Lily, Common Garden Canna, Queensland Arrowroot, Tous-les-mois)
Artillery Plant (also called Pilea, Pilea Microphylla, Pilea Mucosa)
Aspidium Falcatum (also called Fern Holly, Holly Fern, Fish Tail Fern, Japanese Holly Fern, Polystichum Falcatum)
Aster Sinensis (also called Annual Aster, China Aster)
Aubepine (also called Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Australian Laurel (also called Japanese Pittosporum, Ornamental Mock Orange)
Autumn Oleaster (also called Autumn Olive, Russian Olive, Silver Berry)
Autumn Olive (also called Autumn Oleaster, Russian Olive, Silver Berry)
Baby Rubber Plant (also called American Rubber Plant, Blunt Leaf Peperomia, Pepper Face, Rhynchophorum)
Baby’s Tears (also called Creeping Jenny, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Measles Plant, Pink Splash, Polka Dot Plant)
Bachelors Buttons (also called Bluebottle, Cornflower)
Ball Fern (also called Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Hare Fern, Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Squirrel’s Foot Fern)
Bamboo (also called Fishpole Bamboo, Golden Bamboo)
Bamboo Palm (also called Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Bamboo Vine (also called Blaspheme Vine, Laurel Leaved Greenbrier)
Banana (also called Edible Banana, Musa Paradisiaca, Plantain)
Banana Squash
Banana Tree
Bar Room Plant (also called Cast Iron Plant, Iron Plant, Variegated Cast Iron Plant)
Barberton Daisy (also called African Daisy, Gerber Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Veldt Daisy)
Barrel Cactus
Basil
Bavarian Belle (also called Cape Primrose, Streptocarpus, Twisted Fruit)
Beefsteak Plant (also called Bloodleaf Plant, Chicken Gizzard Plant, Joseph’s Coat, Yellow Bloodleaf Plant)
Beet Root (also called Beets, Red Beet, Roman Kale, Sugar Beet, Swiss Chard)
Beets (also called Beet Root, Red Beet, Roman Kale, Sugar Beet, Swiss Chard)
Belmore Sentry Palm (also called Curly Palm)
Big Leaf Paper Plant (also called Figleaf Palm, Formosa Rice Tree, Glossy Leaved Paper Plant, Japanese Aralia)
Big Shagbark Hickory (also called Big Shellbark Hickory, Shagbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory)
Big Shellbark Hickory (also called Big Shagbark Hickory, Shagbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory)
Bignonia (also called Caaroba, Caroba, Carobhina)
Bitter Pecan (also called Water Hickory)
Bitternut (also called Bitternut Hickory)
Bitternut Hickory (also called Bitternut)
Black Haw (also called Aubepine, Black Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Black Hawthorn (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern (also called Ball Fern, Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Hare Fern, Squirrel’s Foot Fern)
Black Walnut NOTE: non-toxic to cats, toxic to dogs
Bladder Campion (also called Catchfly, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Moss Campion, Mossy Campion)
Blaspheme Vine (also called Bamboo Vine, Laurel Leaved Greenbrier)
Bloodleaf Plant (also called Beefsteak Plant, Chicken Gizzard Plant, Joseph’s Coat, Yellow Bloodleaf Plant)
Blooming Sally (also called Fire Weed, Great Willow Herb, Willow Herb)
Blue Bead (also called Bride’s Bonnet, Corn Lily, Queencup)
Blue Daisy (also called Blue Marguerite, Felicia)
Blue Echeveria (also called Copper Rose, Maroon, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Blue-Dicks (also called Brodiaea Pulchella, Hookera Pulchella, Wild Hyacinth)
Blue-Eyed African Daisy (also called Blue-Eyed Daisy)
Blue-Eyed Daisy (also called Blue-Eyed African Daisy)
Blue Marguerite (also called Blue Daisy, Felicia)
Bluebottle (also called Bachelors Buttons, Cornflower)
Blunt Leaf Peperomia (also called American Rubber Plant, Baby Rubber Plant, Pepper Face, Rhynchophorum)
Blushing Bromeliad (also called Aregelia, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Miniature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Bold Sword Fern (also called Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Boston Fern
Bottle Palm (also called Elephant Foot Tree, Ponytail Palm, Ponytail Plant)
Bottlebrush (also called Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Crimson Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Brazilian Orchid
Bride’s Bonnet (also called Blue Bead, Corn Lily, Queencup)
Bride’s Flower (also called Clustered Wax Flower, Madagascar Jasmine, Wax Flower)
Bright Eyes (also called Violet Slipper Gloxinia)
Bristly Greenbrier (also called Hagbrier, Hellfetter, Smilax Tamnoides Vas)
Brodiaea Pulchella (also called Blue-Dicks, Hookera Pulchella, Wild Hyacinth)
Bromeliad (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Miniature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Broom Hickory
Bullbrier (also called Catbrier, Common Greenbrier, Horsebrier)
Bur Gourd (also called Goareberry Gourd, Gooseberry Gourd, West Indian Gherkin)
Burro’s Tail (also called Donkey’s Tail, Horse’s Tail, Lamb’s Tail)
Buttercup Squash
Butterfly Ginger (also called Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily, White Ginger)
Butterfly Iris (also called Iris, Spuria Iris)
Butterfly Orchid (also called Florida Butterfly Orchid, Scarlet Orchid)
Butterfly Squash
Butterfly Tulip (also called Calochortus Nuttalli, Cat Ear, Mariposa Lily, Sego Lily, Star Tulip)
Button Fern (also called Cliff Brake Fern, Cliff Break Fern, Green Cliff Brack Fern)
Buttonwood (also called American Sycamore, American Plane Tree
Buzzy Lizzie (also called Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience)
Caaroba (also called Bignonia, Caroba, Carobhina)
Cactus (most)
Caeroba (also called Calathea, Kaempferia, Maranta, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Calathea (also called Caeroba, Kaempferia, Maranta, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Calathea Lancifolia
Calendula
California Pitcher Plant (also called Chrysamphora, Cobra Orchid, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant)
Callistemon Brachyandrus (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Crimson Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Callistemon Citrinus (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Crimson Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Callistemon Viminalis (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Crimson Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Calochortus Nuttalli (also called Butterfly Tulip, Cat Ear, Mariposa Lily, Sego Lily, Star Tulip)
Camellia (also called Common Camellia, Peony Camellia, Thea Japonica)
Canada Hemlock
Canary Date Palm
Candle Plant (also called Prostrate Coleus, Royal Charlie)
Candy Corn Plant (also called Goldfish Plant, Hypocyrta)
Cane Palm (also called Areca Palm, Golden Butterfly Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm)
Canna Lily (also called Achira, Arrowroot, Common Garden Canna, Queensland Arrowroot, Tous-les-mois)
Cantaloupe (also called Casaba Melon, Honeydew Melon, Muskmelon, True Cantaloupe)
Cantebury Bell
Cape Marigold (also called Silver Star)
Cape Primrose (also called Bavarian Belle, Streptocarpus, Twisted Fruit)
Carob (also called Algaroba, Carob Tree, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Carob Tree (also called Algaroba, Carob, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Caroba (also called Bignonia, Caaroba, Carobhina)
Carobhina (also called Bignonia, Caaroba, Caroba)
Carolina Hemlock
Carolina Silverbell (also called Mountain Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Shittimwood, Silver Bell, Snowbell Tree, Snowdrop Tree)
Carrion Flower (also called Hairy Toad Plant, Jacob’s Ladder, Starfish Flower)
Carrot Fern
Carrot Flower (also called Garden Carrot)
Casaba Melon (also called Cantaloupe, Honeydew Melon, Muskmelon, True Cantaloupe)
Cast Iron Plant (also called Bar Room Plant, Iron Plant, Variegated Cast Iron Plant)
Cat Brier (also called China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Cat Ear (also called Calochortus Nuttalli, Butterfly Tulip, Mariposa Lily, Sego Lily, Star Tulip)
Catbrier (also called Bullbrier, Common Greenbrier, Horsebrier)
Catchfly (also called Bladder Campion, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Moss Campion, Mossy Campion)
Catmint (also called Catnip)
Catnip (also called Catmint)
Catgrass
Cattleya
Catleya Labiata (also called Crimson Cattleya, Ruby-Lipped Cattleya)
Celosia
Celosia Globosa (also called Globe Amarantha, Perpetua)
Chamaedorea (also called Bamboo Palm, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Chamaedorean
Chaparral (also called Creosote Bush, Greasewood)
Chenille Plant (also called Foxtail, Philippine Medusa, Red-Hot Cat Tail)
Chervil
Chestnut (also called American Chestnut)
Chia Plant (plant used for Chia Pets)
Chicken Gizzard Plant (also called Beefsteak Plant, Bloodleaf Plant, Joseph’s Coat, Yellow Bloodleaf Plant)
Chickens and Hens (also called Hens and Chickens, Mother Hens and Chicks, Urbinia Agavoides)
China Aster (also called Annual Aster, Aster Sinensis)
China Root (also called Cat Brier, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Chinese Fan Palm
Chinese Parsley (also called Cilantro, Coriander, Indian Parsley)
Chinese Plumbago
Chin-lao-shu (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Chives
Chlorophytum (also called Airplane Plant, Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant)
Chlorophytum Bichetti (also called St. Bernard’s Lily)
Chocolate Soldier (also called Episcia, Lace-Flower Vine)
Christmas Cactus (also called Easter Cactus)
Christmas Dagger (also called Christmas Dagger Fern)
Christmas Dagger Fern (also called Christmas Dagger)
Christmas Orchid (also called Winter Cattleya)
Christmas Palm (also called Dwarf Royal Palm, Manila Palm)
Chrysamphora (also called California Pitcher Plant, Cobra Orchid, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant)
Chusan Palm (also called Fortunes Palm, Windmill Palm)
Cilantro (also called Coriander, Chinese Parsley, Indian Parsley)
Cinnamon
Cinnamon Jasmine (also called Butterfly Ginger, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily, White Ginger)
Cinquefoil (also called Rock Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Silver Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil)
Cirrhopetalum (also called Old World Orchid)
Clearweed (also called Coolwort, Richweed)
Cleome (also called Spider Flower)
Cliff Brake Fern (also called Button Fern, Cliff Break Fern, Green Cliff Brack Fern)
Cliff Break Fern (also called Button Fern, Green Cliff Brack Fern)
Climbing Begonia (also called Rex Begonia)
Club Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Clustered Wax Flower (also called Bride’s Flower, Madagascar Jasmine, Wax Flower)
Cobra Lily (also called California Pitcher Plant, Chrysamphora, Cobra Orchid, Cobra Plant)
Cobra Orchid (also called California Pitcher Plant, Chrysamphora, Cobra Lily, Cobra Plant)
Cobra Plant (also called California Pitcher Plant, Chrysamphora, Cobra Orchid, Cobra Lily)
Cocks Comb (also called Lady Bleeding, Pile Wort, Red Cocks Comb)
Cocktail Orchid
Collinia Elegans (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Coliseum Ivy (also called Kenilworth Ivy)
Color-band
Columnar
Common Camellia (also called Camellia, Peony Camellia, Thea Japonica)
Common Garden Canna (also called Achira, Arrowroot, Canna Lily, Tous-les-mois)
Common Greenbrier (also called Bullbrier, Catbrier, Horsebrier)
Common Snapdragon (also called Garden Snapdragon)
Common Staghorn Fern (also called Platycerium Alicicorne)
Confederate Jasmine (also called Star Jasmine)
Coolwort (also called Clearweed, Richweed)
Copper Rose (also called Blue Echeveria, Maroon, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Copperlead
Copperleaf (also called Lance Copperleaf)
Coralardisia
Coral Bells (also called Alumroot, Heuchera)
Coral Berry
Coreopsis (also called Tickseed)
Coriander (also called Cilantro, Chinese Parsley, Indian Parsley)
Corn Lily (also called Blue Bead, Bride’s Bonnet, Queencup)
Cornflower (also called Bachelors Buttons, Bluebottle)
Corsican Carpet (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Cowberry (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Crape Myrtle (also called Crepe Myrtle, Lagerstroemia Indica)
Crataegus
Creosote Bush (also called Chaparral, Greasewood)
Creeping Charlie (also called Creeping Pilea, Swedish Ivy [Plectranthus], White Edged Swedish Ivy)
Creeping Gloxinia (also called Maurandya)
Creeping Jenny (also called Baby’s Tears, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Measles Plant, Pink Splash, Polka Dot Plant)
Creeping Mahonia (also called Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Creeping Pilea (also called Creeping Charlie, Swedish Ivy [Plectranthus], White Edged Swedish Ivy)
Creeping Rubus (also called Strawberry Leaf Raspberry)
Creeping Zinnia
Crepe Myrtle (also called Crape Myrtle, Lagerstroemia Indica)
Crimson Bottlebrush (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Prickly Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Crimson Cup (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Marbled Fingernail, Miniature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Crimson Catleya (also called Cattleya Labiata, Ruby-Lipped Cattleya)
Crisped Feather Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Crossandra
Cucumber (also called Garden Cucumber)
Curiosity Plant (also called Piggy Back Plant, Pick-a-Back Plant, Mother of Thousands)
Curly Palm (also called Belmore Sentry Palm)
Cushon Aloe
Cushion Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Cushion Pink (also called Bladder Campion, Catchfly, Dwarf Silene, Moss Campion, Mossy Campion)
Cyrtudeira (also called Acajou, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Dainty
Dainty Rabbits-Foot Fern (also called Lacy Hare’s Foot, Lacy Paw)
Dallas Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Dancing Doll Orchid
Davallia
Donkey Tail (also called Burro Tail)
Dandelions
Deer Foot Fern (also called Ball Fern, Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Hare Fern, Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Squirrel’s Foot Fern)
Desert Trumpet
Dichelostemma
Dill
Dinteranthus Vanzylii (also called Golf Ball, Living Stones)
Donkey’s Tail (also called Burro’s Tail, Horse’s Tail, Lamb’s Tail)
Duffii Fern (also called Duffy Fern, Lemon Button Fern)
Duffy Fern (also called Duffii Fern, Lemon Button Fern)
Dwarf Date Palm
Dwarf Feather Fern
Dwarf Fish Tail Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Dwarf Palm(also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Dwarf Rose-Stripe Star
Dwarf Royal Palm (also called Christmas Palm, Manila Palm)
Dwarf Silene (also called Bladder Campion, Catchfly, Cushion Pink, Moss Campion, Mossy Campion)
Dwarf Whitman Fern
Earth Star (also called Green Earth Star, Pink Starlite, Starfish Plant, Vari-Leaf Star)
Easter Cactus (also called Christmas Cactus)
Easter Cattleya (also called Easter Orchid)
Easter Daisy
Easter Lily Cactus (also called Barrel Cactus)
Easter Orchid (also called Easter Cattleya)
Eastern Star
Echeveria
Echinacea (also called Purple Coneflower)
Edible Banana (also called Banana, Musa Paradisiaca, Plantain)
Elephant Foot Tree (also called Bottle Palm, Ponytail Palm, Ponytail Plant)
Elephant-Ear Begonia
Emerald Ripple Peperomia (also called Green Ripple Peperomia, Little Fantasy Peperomia, Silver Heart)
English Hawthorn (also called Midland Hawthorn, Smooth Hawthorn)
Epidendrum (also called Orchid)
Episcia (also called Chocolate Soldier, Lace-Flower Vine)
False Aralia
Fairy Elephant’s Feet (also called Purple Baby Tears, Purple Creeping Jenny)
Fairy Fountain (also called Feathered Amaranth, Woolflower)
Fan Tufted Palm (also called Lady Palm)
Feather Fern
Feather Palm
Feathered Amaranth (also called Fairy Fountain, Woolflower)
Felicia (also called Blue Daisy, Blue Marguerite)
Fern Holly (also called Aspidium Falcatum, Fish Tail Fern, Holly Fern, Japanese Holly Fern, Polystichum Falcatum)
Fiery Reed Orchid (also called Spice Orchid)
Fig Leaf Gourd (also called Malabar Gourd)
Figleaf Palm (also called Big Leaf Paper Plant, Formosa Rice Tree, Glossy Leaved Paper Plant, Japanese Aralia)
Fingernail Plant
Fire Lily (also called George Lily, Scarborough Lily)
Fire Weed (also called Blooming Sally, Great Willow Herb, Willow Herb)
Fish Tail Fern (also called Aspidium Falcatum, Fern Holly, Holly Fern, Japanese Holly Fern, Polystichum Falcatum)
Fishpole Bamboo (also called Bamboo, Golden Bamboo)
Flame African Violet (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Flame Violet (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Flame of the Woods (also called Iron Tree, Maui Sunset)
Flame Violet
Flamingo Plant (also called Baby’s Tears, Creeping Jenny, Freckle Face, Measles Plant, Pink Splash, Polka Dot Plant)
Florida Butterfly Orchid (also called Butterfly Orchid, Scarlet Orchid)
Fluffy Ruffles
Formosa Rice Tree (also called Big Leaf Paper Plant, Figleaf Palm, Glossy Leaved Paper Plant, Japanese Aralia)
Forster Sentry Palm (also called Kentia Palm, Paradise Palm, Thatch Leaf Palm)
Forsythis
Fortunes Palm (also called Chusan Palm, Windmill Palm)
Foxtail (also called Chenille Plant, Philippine Medusa, Red-Hot Cat Tail)
Freckle Face (also called Baby’s Tears, Creeping Jenny, Flamingo Plant, Measles Plant, Pink Splash, Polka Dot Plant)
Friendship Plant (also called Panamiga, Pan-American Friendship Plant, Silver Tree)
Frosty (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Garden Canna
Garden Carrot (also called Carrot Flower)
Garden Cucumber (also called Cucumber)
Garden Marigold (also called Gold Bloom, Holligold, Marigold, Mary Bud, Pot Marigold)
Garden Snapdragon (also called Common Snapdragon)
Garland Flower (also called Butterfly Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Ginger Lily, White Ginger)
George Lily (also called Fire Lily, Scarborough Lily)
German Violet (also called Arabian Gentian, Persian Violet)
Gerbena (also called Gerbena Daisy)
Gerber Daisy (also called African Daisy, Barberton Daisy, Transvaal Daisy, Veldt Daisy)
German Violet (also called Arabian Gentian, Persian Violet)
Gherkins (also called Immature Cucumbers)
Ghost Leafless Orchid (also called Leafless Ghost Orchid)
Ghost Plant (also called Mother of Pearl Plant)
Giant Aster
Giant Holly Fern (also called Imbricate Sword Fern, Sword Fern, Western Sword Fern)
Giant Rain Lily (also called Prairie Lily, Hill Country Rain Lily)
Giant Touch-Me-Not (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience)
Giant White Inch Plant
Gibasis Geniculata (also called Tahitian Bridal Veil)
Ginger Lily (also called Butterfly Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, White Ginger)
Globe Amarantha (also called Celosia Globosa, Perpetua)
Globe Thistle
Glossy Leaved Paper Plant (also called Big Leaf Paper Plant, Figleaf Palm, Formosa Rice Tree, Japanese Aralia)
Gloxinia
Goareberry Gourd (also called Bur Gourd, Gooseberry Gourd, West Indian Gherkin)
Gold Bloom (also called Garden Marigold, Holligold, Marigold, Mary Bud, Pot Marigold)
Golden Aster
Golden Bells
Golden Bamboo (also called Bamboo, Fishpole Bamboo)
Golden Butterfly Palm (also called Areca Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Feather Palm, Yellow Palm)
Golden Feather Palm (also called Areca Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Butterfly Palm, Yellow Palm)
Golden Jewel Orchid (also King of the Forest)
Golden Lace Orchid (also called Jewel Orchid, Tiger Orchid)
Golden Shower Orchid
Goldfish Plant (also called Candy Corn Plant, Hypocyrta)
Golf Ball (also called Algarroba, Dinteranthus Vanzylii, Kiawe, Living Stones, Mesquite)
Good Luck Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Gooseberry Gourd (also called Bur Gourd, Goareberry Gourd, West Indian Gherkin)
Grape Hyacinth (also called Muscari Armeniacum)
Grape Ivy (also called Venezuela Treebine)
Greasewood (also called Chaparral, Creosote Bush)
Great Willow Herb (also called Blooming Sally, Fire Weed, Willow Herb)
Green Cliff Brack Fern (also called Button Fern, Cliff Break Fern)
Green Earth Star (also called Earth Star, Pink Starlite, Starfish Plant, Vari-Leaf Star)
Green Ripple Peperomia (also called Emerald Ripple Peperomia, Little Fantasy Peperomia, Silver Heart)
Greenbrier (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Guiana Chestnut (also called Money Tree Plant, Pachira, Malabar Chestnut, Saba Nut)
Hagbrier (also called Bristly Greenbrier, Hellfetter, Smilax Tamnoides Vas)
Hardy Baby Tears (also called Stonecrop)
Hardy Gloxinia
Hare Fern (also called Ball Fern, Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Squirrel’s Foot Fern)
Haw Apple (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Haworthia (also called Wart Plant)
Haws (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Hawthorn (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Hedgehog Gourd (also called Teasel Gourd)
Hellfetter (also called Bristly Greenbrier, Hagbrier, Smilax Tamnoides Vas)
Hemlock Tree
Hen And Chickens Fern (also called King and Queen Fern, Mother Fern, Mother Spleenwort, Parsley Fern, Spleenwort)
Hens and Chickens (also called Chickens and Hens, Mother Hens and Chicks, Urbinia Agavoides)
Heuchera (also called Alumroot, Coral Bells)
Hickory
Hindu Rope Plant (also called Honey Plant, Hoya, Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant)
Hill Country Rain Lily (also called Giant Rain Lily, Prairie Lily)
Holligold (also called Garden Marigold, Gold Bloom, Marigold, Mary Bud, Pot Marigold)
Holly Fern (also called Aspidium Falcatum, Fern Holly, Fish Tail Fern, Japanese Holly Fern, Polystichum Falcatum)
Holly Leaved Berry (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Holly Leaved Barberry (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Hollyhock
Honey Locust
Honey Plant (also called Hindu Rope Plant, Hoya, Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant)
Honeydew Melon (also called Cantaloupe, Casaba Melon, Muskmelon, True Cantaloupe)
Honeysuckle Fuchsia
Honolulu Queen (also called Night Blooming Cereus, Pitaya, Queen of the Night)
Hookera Pulchella (also called Blue-Dicks, Brodiaea Pulchella, Wild Hyacinth)
Horse’s Tail (also called Burro’s Tail, Donkey’s Tail, Lamb’s Tail)
Horsebrier (also called Bullbrier, Catbrier, Common Greenbrier)
Hoya (also called Hindu Rope Plant, Honey Plant, Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant)
Hubbard Squash
Hypocyrta (also called Candy Corn Plant, Goldfish Plant)
Ice Plant
Imbricate Sword Fern (also called Giant Holly Fern, Sword Fern, Western Sword Fern)
Immature Cucumbers (also called Gherkins)
Impatience Plant (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Giant Touch-Me-Not, Lady Slipper, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience)
Indian Parsley (also called Cilantro, Chinese Parsley, Coriander)
Iris (also called Butterfly Iris, Spuria Iris)
Irish Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Japanese Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Iron Cross Begonia
Iron Plant (also called Bar Room Plant, Cast Iron Plant, Variegated Cast Iron Plant)
Iron Tree (also called Flame of the Woods, Maui Sunset)
Ivy Peperomia (also called Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Peperomia Hederifolia, Plantinum Peperomia, Silver Leaf Peperomia)
Ivy Leaf Peperomia (also called Ivy Peperomia, Peperomia Hederifolia, Plantinum Peperomia, Silver Leaf Peperomia)
Jackson Brier
Jacob’s Ladder (also called Carrion Flower, Hairy Toad Plant, Starfish Flower)
Japanese Aralia (also called Big Leaf Paper Plant, Figleaf Palm, Formosa Rice Tree, Glossy Leaved Paper Plant)
Japanese Holly Fern (also called Aspidium Falcatum, Fern Holly, Fish Tail Fern, Holly Fern, Polystichum Falcatum)
Japanese Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Krauss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Japanese Pittosporum (also called Australian Laurel, Ornamental Mock Orange)
Jewel Orchid (also called Golden Lace Orchid, Tiger Orchid)
Jewel Plant (also called Mosaic Plant, Nerve Plant, Silver Nerve, Silver Threads)
Joseph’s Coat (also called Beefsteak Plant, Bloodleaf Plant, Chicken Gizzard Plant, Yellow Bloodleaf Plant)
Jungle Geranium
Kaempferia (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Kahili Ginger
Kenilworth Ivy (also called Coliseum Ivy)
Kentia Palm (also called Forster Sentry Palm, Paradise Palm, Thatch Leaf Palm)
Kenya Palm
Kenya Violet (also called Usambra Violet)
Kharoub (also called Carob, Carob Tree, Algaroba, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Kharoub Beans (also called Algaroba, Carob, Carob Tree, Kharoub, Locust Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Kiawe (also called Algarroba, Dinteranthus Vanzylii, Golf Ball, Living Stones, Mesquite)
King and Queen Fern (also called Hen And Chickens Fern, Mother Fern, Mother Spleenwort, Parsley Fern, Spleenwort)
King of the Forest (also called Golden Jewel Orchid)
King Nut
Krasss’ Spikemoss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Lace-Flower Vine (also called Chocolate Soldier, Episcia)
Lace Orchid
Lacy Hare’s Foot (also called Dainty Rabbits-Foot Fern, Lacy Paw)
Lacy Paw (also called Dainty Rabbits-Foot Fern, Lacy Hare’s Foot)
Ladies Ear Drops
Lady Bleeding (also called Cocks Comb, Pile Wort, Red Cocks Comb)
Lady Lou (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Moss Agate, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Lady Palm (also called Fan Tufted Palm)
Lady Slipper (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience)
Lagerstroemia Indica (also called Crape Myrtle, Crepe Myrtle)
Lamb’s Tail (also called Burro’s Tail, Donkey’s Tail, Horse’s Tail)
Lance Copperleaf (also called Copperleaf)
Lance Pleomele
Large Lady Palm
Laurel Leaved Greenbrier (also called Bamboo Vine, Blaspheme Vine)
Lavender
Leadwort (also called Plumbago, Plumbago Larpentiae)
Leafless Ghost Orchid (also called Ghost Leafless Orchid)
Leather Peperomia
Lemon Balm
Lemon Bottlebrush
Lemon Button Fern (also called Duffii Fern, Duffy Fern)
Leng-fen Tu’an
Leopard Lily
Leopard Orchid (also called Tiger Orchid)
Lesser Snapdragon
Lettuce
Lily Of The Valley Orchid
Lilyturf (also called Turf Lily)
Linden
Lipstick Plant (also called Climbing Beauty, Pipe Plant)
Little Fantasy Peperomia (also called Emerald Ripple Peperomia, Green Ripple Peperomia, Silver Heart)
Little Zebra Plant
Living Rock Cactus (also called African Living Rock Cactus, Mimicry Plant)
Living Stones (also called Algarroba, Dinteranthus Vanzylii, Golf Ball, Kiawe, Mesquite)
Locust Beans (also called Carob, Carob Tree, Algaroba, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Pods, Sugar Pods)
Locust Pods (also called Carob, Carob Tree, Algaroba, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Sugar Pods)
Lou-Lang-T’ou
Luther
Madagascar Jasmine (also called Bride’s Flower, Clustered Wax Flower, Wax Flower)
Magic Lily (also called Naked Lily, Resurrection Lily, Surprise Lily)
Magnolia Bush (also called Star Magnolia)
Mahonia (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Mahonia Aquifolium (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Malabar Chestnut (also called Money Tree Plant, Pachira, Guiana Chestnut, Saba Nut)
Malabar Gourd (also called Fig Leaf Gourd)
Malaysian Dracaema (also called Song of India)
Manila Palm (also called Christmas Palm, Dwarf Royal Palm)
Maple (also called Amur, Maple)
Mapleleaf Begonia
Maranta (also called Calathea, Prayer Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant)
Marbled Fingernail (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Miniature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Marigold (also called Garden Marigold, Gold Bloom, Holligold, Mary Bud, Pot Marigold)
Mariposa Lily (also called Calochortus Nuttalli, Butterfly Tulip, Cat Ear, Sego Lily, Star Tulip)
Maroon (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Maroon Chenille Plant (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Mary Bud (also called Garden Marigold, Gold Bloom, Holligold, Marigold, Pot Marigold)
Maui Sunset (also called Flame of the Woods, Iron Tree)
Mauradya (also called Creeping Gloxinia)
May Bush (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Measles Plant (also called Baby’s Tears, Creeping Jenny, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Pink Splash, Polka Dot Plant)
Mesquite (also called Algarroba, Dinteranthus Vanzylii, Golf Ball, Kiawe, Living Stones)
Metallic Leaf Begonia
Metallic Peperomia
Metallic Mexican Firecracker
Mexican Firecracker
Mexican Rosettes
Mexican Snowballs
Midland Hawthorn (also called English Hawthorn, Smooth Hawthorn)
Mimicry Plant (also called African Living Rock Cactus, Living Rock Cactus)
Mind Your Own Business (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Miniature Date Palm (also called Pygmy Date Palm, Robellini Palm)
Miniature Fish Tail Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Miniature Maranta
Minature Marble Plant (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Mint
Mistletoe Cactus
Mockernut Hickory (also called Squarenut)
Money Tree Plant (also called Pachira, Malabar Chestnut, Guiana Chestnut, Saba Nut)
Mosaic Plant (also called Jewel Plant, Nerve Plant, Silver Nerve, Silver Threads)
Mosiac Vase
Moss Agate (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Red African Violet, Red Violet)
Moss Campion (also called Bladder Campion, Catchfly, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Mossy Champion)
Moss Fern
Moss Phlox
Moss Rose Peperomia (also called Red Tree)
Mossy Campion (also called Bladder Campion, Catchfly, Cushion Pink, Dwarf Silene, Moss Champion)
Mother Fern (also called Hen And Chickens Fern, King and Queen Fern, Mother Spleenwort, Parsley Fern, Spleenwort)
Mother Hens and Chicks (also called Chickens and Hens, Hens and Chickens, Urbinia Agavoides)
Mother of Pearl (also called Ghost Plant)
Mother of Thousands (also called Curiosity Plant, Pick-a-Back Plant, Piggy Back Plant)
Mother Spleenwort (also called Hen And Chickens Fern, King and Queen Fern, Mother Fern, Parsley Fern, Spleenwort)
Mountain Ash
Mountain Camellia (also called Showy Camellia)
Mountain Grape (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Mountain Lily (also called Sand Lily, Star Lily)
Mountain Silverbell (also called Carolina Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Shittimwood, Silver Bell, Snowbell Tree, Snowdrop Tree)
Mulberry Bush Greenbrier
Mulberry Tree
Musa Paradisiaca (also called Banana, Edible Banana, Plantain)
Muscari Armeniacum (also called Grape Hyacinth)
Muskmelon (also called Cantaloupe, Casaba Melon, Honeydew Melon, True Cantaloupe)
Naked Lily (also called Magic Lily, Resurrection Lily, Surprise Lily)
Nanny Plum (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Nannyberry (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Oxyacantha, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Narrow Leafed Pleomele
Nasturtium
Natal Plum
Neanthe Bella Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Parlor Palm)
Neanthebella Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Parlor Palm, Reed Palm)
Nematanthus
Neoregelia (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromiliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Minature Marble Plant, Ossifragi Vase, Striped Blushing)
Nephrolepsis (also called Fern)
Nerve Plant (also called Mosaic Plant, Jewel Plant, Silver Nerve, Silver Threads)
New Silver and Bronze
Night Blooming Cereus (also called Honolulu Queen, Pitaya, Queen of the Night)
Oats
Odontoglossum
Old Man Cactus
Old Maids (also called Zinna)
Old World Orchid (also called Cirrhopetalum)
Opossum Wood (also called Carolina Silverbell, Mountain Silverbell, Shittimwood, Silver Bell, Snowbell Tree, Snowdrop Tree)
Orchid
Orange Star
Oregano
Oregon Grape (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Holly, Tall Mahonia)
Oregon Holly (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Tall Mahonia)
Oriental Plane (also called Platanus, Platanus Occidentalis)
Oriental Sycamore
Ornamental Mock Orange (also called Australian Laurel, Japanese Pittosporum)
Ossifragi Vase (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Minature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Striped Blushing)
Oxyacantha (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Pirliteiro, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Pachira (also called Guiana Chestnut, Money Tree Plant, Malabar Chestnut, Saba Nut)
Paddy’s Wig (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Painted Lady (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon Chenille Plant, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Palm Lily
Pampus Grass
Panamiga (also called Friendship Plant, Pan-American Friendship Plant, Silver Tree)
Pansy Orchid
Papyrus
Paradise Palm (also called Forster Sentry Palm, Kentia Palm, Thatch Leaf Palm)
Parlor Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm, Reed Palm)
Parlor Plant
Parsley
Parsley Fern (also called Hen And Chickens Fern, King and Queen Fern, Mother Fern, Mother Spleenwort, Spleenwort)
Patient Lucy (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper, Patient Plant, Tangerine Impatience)
Patient Plant (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper, Patient Lucy, Tangerine Impatience)
Peace Begonia
Peace in the Home (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Peacock Ginger (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Peacock Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Peony Camellia (also called Camellia, Common Camellia, Thea Japonica)
Pearl Plant (also called Pearly Dots)
Pearly Dots (also called Pearl Plant)
Peperomia
Peperomia Hederifolia (also called Ivy Peperomia, Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Platinum Peperomia, Silver Leaf Peperomia)
Peperomia Peltfolia
Peperomia Rotundifolia
Peperomia Sandersii
Pepper Face (also called American Rubber Plant, Baby Rubber Plant, Blunt Leaf Peperomia, Rhynchophorum)
Peppermint
Perpetua (also called Celosia Globosa, Globe Amarantha)
Persian Violet (also called Arabian Gentian, German Violet)
Petunia
Pheasant Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Philippine Medusa (also called Chenille Plant, Foxtail, Red-Hot Cat Tail)
Pick-a-Back Plant (also called Curiosity Plant, Pick-a-Back Plant, Mother of Thousands)
Piggy Back Plant (also called Curiosity Plant, Pick-a-Back Plant, Mother of Thousands)
Pignut
Pignut Hickory
Pile Wort (also called Cocks Comb, Lady Bleeding, Red Cocks Comb)
Pilea (also called Artillery Plant, Pilea Microphylla, Pilea Mucosa)
Pilea Microphylla (also called Artillery Plant, Pilea, Pilea Mucosa)
Pilea Mucosa (also called Artillery Plant, Pilea, Pilea Microphylla, Pilea Mucosa)
Pincushion Flower (also called Scabious)
Pink Brocade
Pink Pearl
Pink Splash (also called Baby’s Tears, Creeping Jenny, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Measles Plant, Polka Dot Plant)
Pink Starlite (also called Earth Star, Green Earth Star, Starfish Plant, Vari-Leaf Star)
Pirliterio (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Pitaya (also called Night Blooming Cereus, Honolulu Queen, Queen of the Night)
Plantain (also called Banana, Edible Banana, Musa Paradisiaca)
Plantanus (also called Oriental Plane, Plantanus Occidentalis)
Plantanus Occidentalis (also called Oriental Plane, Plantanus)
Platinum Peperomia (also called Ivy Peperomia, Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Peperomia Hederifolia, Silver Leaf Peperomia)
Platycerium Alicicorne (also called Common Staghorn Fern)
Plumbago (also called Leadwort, Plumbago Larpentiae)
Plumbago Larpentiae (also called Leadwort, Plumbago)
Plush Plant (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Topsy Turvy, Wax Rosette)
Poison Ivy
Poison Oak
Poison Sumac
Poker Plant (also called Red Hot Poker Plant, Torch Lily)
Polka Dot Plant (also called Baby’s Tears, Creeping Jenny, Flamingo Plant, Freckle Face, Measles Plant, Pink Splash)
Pollyanna Vine (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Polystichum Falcatum (also called Aspidium Falcatum, Fern Holly, Fish Tail Fern, Holly Fern, Japanese Holly Fern)
Ponytail Palm (also called Bottle Palm, Elephant Foot Tree, Ponytail Plant)
Ponytail Plant (also called Bottle Palm, Elephant Foot Tree, Ponytail Palm)
Porcelain Flower (also called Hindu Rope Plant, Honey Plant, Hoya, Porcelain Flower, Wax Plant)
Pot Marigold (also called Garden Marigold, Gold Bloom, Holligold, Marigold, Mary Bud)
Prairie Lily (also called Giant Rain Lily, Hill Country Rain Lily)
Prairie Snowball (also called Sand Verbena, Wild Lantana)
Prayer Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Prickly Bottlebrush (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Crimson Bottlebrush, Weeping Bottlebrush)
Prostrate Coleus (also called Candle Plant, Royal Charlie)
Pumpkin
Purple Baby Tears (also called Purple Creeping Jenny, Fairy Elephant’s Feet)
Purple Coneflower (also called Echinacea)
Purple Creeping Jenny (also called Purple Baby Tears, Fairy Elephant’s Feet)
Purple Fountain Grass
Purple Passion Vine (also called Purple Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant, Velvet Plant)
Purple Velvet Plant (also called Purple Passion Vine, Royal Velvet Plant, Velvet Plant)
Purple Waffle Plant (also called Waffle Plant)
Purpleosier Willow
Pygmy Date Palm (also called Miniature Date Palm, Robellini Palm)
Queen of the Night (also called Night Blooming Cereus, Honolulu Queen, Pitaya)
Queen’s Spiderwort
Queencup (also called Blue Bead, Bride’s Bonnet, Corn Lily)
Queensland Arrowroot (also called Achira, Arrowroot, Canna Lily, Common Garden Canna)
Rabbit’s Foot (also called Rabbit’s Tracks)
Rabbit’s Foot Fern (also called Ball Fern, Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Hare Fern, Squirrel’s Foot Fern)
Rabbit’s Tracks (also called Rabbit’s Foot)
Radiator Plant
Rainbow Orchid
Rainbow Vine (also called Satin Pellionia, Trailing Begonia, Trailing Watermelon Begonia)
Rattlesnake Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant, Zebra Plant)
Red African Violet (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red Violet)
Red Beet (also called Beets, Beet Root, Roman Kale, Sugar Beet, Swiss Chard)
Red Berried Bamboo (also called Red Berried Greenbrier)
Red Berried Greenbrier (also called Red Berried Bamboo)
Red Cocks Comb (also called Cocks Comb, Lady Bleeding, Pile Wort)
Red Edge Peperomia
Red-Flame Ivy (also called Red Ivy)
Red Fruited Palm Lily (also called Red Palm Lily)
Red Hawthorn (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Red-Hot Cat Tail (also called Chenille Plant, Foxtail, Philippine Medusa)
Red Hot Poker Plant (also called Poker Plant, Torch Lily)
Red Ivy (also called Red-Flame Ivy)
Red Palm Lily (also called Red Fruited Palm Lily)
Red Tree (also called Metallic Peperomia)
Red Veined Prayer Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Zebra Plant)
Red Violet (also called Acajou, Cyrtudeira, Flame African Violet, Flame Violet, Frosty, Lady Lou, Moss Agate, Red African Violet)
Reed Palm (also called Bamboo Palm, Chamaedorea, Collinia Elegans, Dwarf Fish Tail Palm, Dwarf Palm, Good Luck Palm, Miniature Fish Tail Palm, Neanthe Bella Palm, Neanthebella Palm)
Resurrection Lily (also called Magic Lily, Naked Lily, Surprise Lily)
Rex Begonia (also called Climbing Begonia)
Rhynchophorum (also called American Rubber Plant, Baby Rubber Plant, Blunt Leaf Peperomia, Pepper Face)
Ribbon Plant (also called Anthericum Comosum, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant, Walking Anthericum)
Richweed (also called Clearweed, Coolwort)
Robellini Palm (also called Miniature Date Palm, Pygmy Date Palm)
Rock Cinquefoil (also called Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Silver Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil)
Roman Kale (also called Beets, Beet Root, Red Beet, Sugar Beet, Swiss Chard)
Roosevelt Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Rose
Rosemary
Rough Cinquefoil (also called Cinquefoil, Rock Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Silver Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil)
Royal Charlie (also called Candle Plant, Prostrate Coleus)
Royal Velvet Plant (also called Purple Passion Vine, Purple Velvet Plant, Velvet Plant)
Ruby-Lipped Cattleya (also called Cattleya Labiata, Crimson Catleya)
Russian Olive (also called Autumn Olive, Autumn Oleaster, Silver Berry)
Saba Nut (also called Money Tree Plant, Pachira, Guiana Chestnut, Malabar Chestnut)
Saffron Spike Zebra
Sage
Saint Bernard’s Lily (also called Chlorophytum Bichetti)
Salvia (also called Scarlet Sage, Texas Sage)
Sand Lily (also called Mountain Lily, Star Lily)
Sand Verbena (also called Prairie Snowball, Wild Lantana)
Satin Pellionia (also called Rainbow Vine, Trailing Begonia, Trailing Watermelon Begonia)
Sawbrier (also called Wild Sasparilla)
Scabious (also called Pincushion Flower)
Scarborough Lily (also called Fire Lily, George Lily)
Scarlet Orchid (also called Butterfly Orchid, Florida Butterfly Orchard)
Scarlet Sage (also called Salvia, Texas Sage)
Sedum
Sego Lily (also called Calochortus Nuttalli, Butterfly Tulip, Cat Ear, Mariposa Lily, Star Tulip)
Shan Ku’ei-Lai (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Shagbark Hickory (also called Big Shagbark Hickory, Big Shellbark Hickory, Shellbark Hickory)
Sheepberry (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Shellbark Hickory (also called Big Shagbark Hickory, Big Shellbark Hickory, Shagbark Hickory)
Shellbark Hickory
Shiny Leaf Smilax (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Ti-hu-ling, Tu Fu-ling)
Shittimwood (also called Carolina Silverbell, Mountain Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Silver Bell, Snowbell Tree, Snowdrop Tree)
Showy Camellia (also called Mountain Camellia)
Shrimp Cactus
Shrubby Cinquefoil (also called Cinquefoil, Rock Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Silver Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil)
Silver Bell (also called Carolina Silverbell, Mountain Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Shittimwood, Snowbell Tree, Snowdrop Tree)
Silver Berry (also called Autumn Olive, Autumn Oleaster, Russian Olive)
Silver Cinquefoil (also called Cinquefoil, Rock Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Sulfur Cinquefoil)
Silver Heart (also called Emerald Ripple Peperomia, Green Ripple Peperomia, Little Fantasy Peperomia)
Silver Lace Fern (also called Slender Brake Fern, Silver Table Fern)
Silver Leaf Peperomia (also called Ivy Peperomia, Ivy Leaf Peperomia, Peperomia Hederifolia, Platinum Leaf Peperomia)
Silver Nerve (also called Mosaic Plant, Jewel Plant, Nerve Plant, Silver Threads)
Silver Pink Vine
Silver Star (also called Cape Marigold)
Silver Table Fern (also called Slender Brake Fern, Silver Lace Fern)
Silver Threads (also called Mosaic Plant, Jewel Plant, Nerve Plant, Silver Nerve)
Silver Tree Anamiga (also called Friendship Plant, Panamiga, Pan-American Friendship Plant, Silver Tree)
Slender Brake Fern (also called Silver Lace Fern, Silver Table Fern)
Slender Deutzia
Small Fruited Hickory
Smilax Tamnoides Vas (also called Bristly Greenbrier, Hagbrier, Hellfetter)
Smooth Hawthorn (also called English Hawthorn, Midland Hawthorn)
Snowbell Tree (also called Carolina Silverbell, Mountain Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Silver Bell, Shittimwood, Snowdrop Tree)
Snowdrop Tree (also called Carolina Silverbell, Mountain Silverbell, Opossum Wood, Silver Bell, Shittimwood, Snowbell Tree)
Song of India (also called Malaysian Dracaema)
Spearmint
Speckled Clintonia (also called Speckled Wood Lily)
Speckled Wood Lily (also called Speckled Clintonia)
Speedy Henry (also called Wandering Jew, Variegated Laurel, Variegated Wandering Jew)
Spice Orchid (also called Fiery Reed Orchid)
Spider Flower (also called Cleome)
Spider Ivy (also called Anthericum Comosum, Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant, Walking Anthericum)
Spider Plant (also called Anthericum Comosum, Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Walking Anthericum)
Spinach
Spleenwort (also called Hen And Chickens Fern, King and Queen Fern, Mother Fern, Mother Spleenwort, Parsley Fern)
Spotted Laurel
Spreading Club Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Trailing Irish Moss, Tropical Moss)
Squarenut (also called Mockernut Hickory)
Squirrel’s Foot Fern (also called Ball Fern, Black Rabbit’s Foot Fern, Deer Foot Fern, Hare Fern, Rabbit’s Foot Fern)
Spuria Iris (also called Butterfly Iris, Iris)
St. Bernard’s Lily (also called Chlorophytum Bichetti)
Staghorn Fern
Star Jasmine (also called Confederate Jasmine)
Star Lily (also called Mountain Lily, Sand Lily)
Star Magnolia (also called Magnolia Bush)
Star Plant
Star Tulip (also called Calochortus Nuttalli, Butterfly Tulip, Cat Ear, Mariposa Lily, Sego Lily)
Star Window Plant
Starfish Flower (also called Carrion Flower, Hairy Toad Plant, Jacob’s Ladder)
Starfish Plant (also called Earth Star, Green Earth Star, Pink Starlite, Vari-Leaf Star)
Stonecrop (also called Hardy Baby Tears)
Streptocarpus (also called Bavarian Belle, Cape Primrose, Twisted Fruit)
Strawberry (also called Wild Strawberry)
Strawberry Leaf Raspberry (also called Creeping Rubus)
Striped Blushing (also called Aregelia, Blushing Bromeliad, Bromeliad, Crimson Cup, Marbled Fingernail, Minature Marble Plant, Neoregelia, Ossifragi Vase)
Sugar Beet (also called Beets, Beet Root, Red Beet, Roman Kale, Swiss Chard)
Sugar Pods (also called Carob, Carob Tree, Algaroba, Kharoub, Kharoub Beans, Locust Beans, Locust Pods)
Sulfur Cinquefoil (also called Cinquefoil, Rock Cinquefoil, Rough Cinquefoil, Shrubby Cinquefoil, Silver Cinquefoil)
Sulphur Flower (also called Umbrella Plant, Wild Buckweat)
Summer Hyacinth
Sunflower (also called Swamp Sunflower)
Surprise Lily (also called Magic Lily, Naked Lily, Resurrection Lily)
Swamp Sunflower (also called Sunflower)
Swedish Ivy ([Plectranthus] also called Creeping Charlie, Creeping Pilea, White Edged Swedish Ivy)
Sweet Viburnum (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Sweetberry (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Sweetheart Hoya (also called Valentine Hoya, Wax Hearts)
Sweetheart Peperomia
Swiss Chard (also called Beets, Beet Root, Red Beet, Roman Kale, Sugar Beet)
Sword Fern (also called Giant Holly Fern, Imbricate Sword Fern, Western Sword Fern)
Tahitian Bridal Veil (also called Gibasis Geniculata)
Tailed Orchid
Tall Feather Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Tall Mahonia (also called Creeping Mahonia, Holly Leaved Berry, Holly Leaved Barberry, Mahonia, Mahonia Aquifolium, Mountain Grape, Oregon Grape, Oregon Holly)
Tangerine Impatience (also called Buzzy Lizzie, Giant Touch-Me-Not, Impatience Plant, Lady Slipper, Patient Lucy, Patient Plant)
Tarragon
Tea Plant (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Teasel Gourd (also called Hedgehog Gourd)
Texas Sage (also called Salvia, Scarlet Sage)
Thatch Leaf Palm (also called Forster Sentry Palm, Kentia Palm, Paradise Palm)
Thea Japonica (also called Camellia, Common Camellia, Peony Camellia)
Thimble Cactus
Thorn Apple (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Thorn Plum (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Thyme
Tickseed (also called Coreopsis)
Tiger Orchid (also called Golden Lace Orchid, Leopard Orchid)
Ti-hu-ling (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Tu Fu-ling)
Toad Spotted Cactus
Topsy Turvy (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Wax Rosette)
Torch Lily (also called Poker Plant, Red Hot Poker Plant)
Tous-les-mois (also called Achira, Arrowroot, Canna Lily, Common Garden Canna)
Trailing Begonia (also called Rainbow Vine, Satin Pellionia, Trailing Watermelon Begonia)
Trailing Irish Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Tropical Moss)
Trailing Peperomia
Trailing Watermelon Begonia (also called Rainbow Vine, Satin Pellionia, Trailing Begonia)
Transvaal Daisy (also called African Daisy, Barberton Daisy, Gerber Daisy, Veldt Daisy)
Tree Cactus
Tree Gloxinia
Tropical Moss (also Angel’s Tears, Club Moss, Corsican Carpet, Cushion Moss, Irish Moss, Japanese Moss, Krasss’ Spikemoss, Mind Your Own Business, Paddy’s Wig, Peace in the Home, Pollyanna Vine, Spreading Club Moss, Trailing Irish Moss)
True Cantaloupe (also called Cantaloupe, Casaba Melon, Honeydew Melon, Muskmelon)
Tu Fu-ling (also called Cat Brier, China Root, Chin-lao-shu, Greenbrier, Kuang-yen-pa-hsieh, Shan Ku’ei-Lai, Shiny Leaf Smilax, Ti-hu-ling)
Tulip Poplar (also called Tulip Tree)
Tulip Tree (also called Tulip Poplar)
Turban Squash
Turf Lily (also called Lilyturf)
Twisted Fruit (also called Bavarian Belle, Cape Primrose, Streptocarpus)
Umbrella Plant (also called Sulphur Flower, Wild Buckweat)
Urbinia Agavoides (also called Chickens and Hens, Hens and Chickens, Mother Hens and Chicks)
Usambra Violet (also called Kenya Violet)
Valentine Hoya (also called Sweetheart Hoya, Wax Hearts)
Variegated Cast Iron Plant (also called Bar Room Plant, Cast Iron Plant, Iron Plant)
Variegated Laurel (also called Speedy Henry, Variegated Wandering Jew, Wandering Jew)
Variegated Oval Leaf Peperomia
Variegated Philodendron Leaf
Variegated Wandering Jew (also called Speedy Henry, Variegated Laurel, Wandering Jew)
Variegated Wax Plant (also called Hoya)
Vari-Leaf Star (also called Earth Star, Green Earth Star, Pink Starlite, Starfish Plant)
Veldt Daisy (also called African Daisy, Barberton Daisy, Gerber Daisy, Transvaal Daisy)
Velvet Plant (also called Purple Passion Vine, Purple Velvet Plant, Royal Velvet Plant)
Venezuela Treebine (also called Grape Ivy)
Venus Fly Trap
Verona Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Lace Fern, Whitman Fern)
Verona Lace Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Whitman Fern)
Vining Peperomia
Violet Slipper Gloxinia (also called Bright Eyes)
Waffle Plant (also called Purple Waffle Plant)
Walking Anthericum (also called Anthericum Comosum, Ribbon Plant, Spider Ivy, Spider Plant)
Wandering Jew (also called Speedy Henry, Variegated Laurel, Variegated Wandering Jew)
Wart Plant (also called Haworthia)
Washington Hawthorn (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten, Wild Raisin)
Water Hickory (also called Bitter Pecan)
Watercress
Watermelon Begonia (also called Watermelon Peperomia)
Watermelon Peperomia (also called Watermelon Begonia)
Watermelon Pilea (also called Aluminum Plant, Watermelon Plant)
Watermelon Plant (also called Aluminum Plant, Watermelon Pilea)
Wax Flower (also called Bride’s Flower, Clustered Wax Flower, Madagascar Jasmine)
Wax Hearts (also called Sweetheart Hoya, Valentine Hoya)
Wax Plant (also called Hindu Rope Plant, Honey Plant, Hoya, Porcelain Flower)
Wax Rosette (also called Blue Echeveria, Copper Rose, Maroon, Maroon Chenille Plant, Painted Lady, Plush Plant, Topsy Turvy)
Weeping Bottlebrush (also called Bottlebrush, Callistemon Brachyandrus, Callistemon Citrinus, Callistemon Viminalis, Crimson Bottlebrush, Prickly Bottlebrush)
Weeping Sergeant Hemlock
Weisdornbluten (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Wild Raisin)
West Indian Gherkin (also called Bur Gourd, Goareberry Gourd, Gooseberry Gourd)
Western Sword Fern (also called Giant Holly Fern, Imbricate Sword Fern, Sword Fern)
Wheat Celosia
Wheat Grass
White Ginger (also called Butterfly Ginger)
White Edged Swedish Ivy (also called Creeping Charlie, Creeping Pilea, Swedish Ivy [Plectranthus])
White Ginger (also called Butterfly Ginger, Cinnamon Jasmine, Garland Flower, Ginger Lily)
White Heart Hickory
Whitman Fern (also called Bold Sword Fern, Crisped Feather Fern, Dallas Fern, Roosevelt Fern, Tall Feather Fern, Verona Fern, Verona Lace Fern)
Wild Buckwheat (also called Sulphur Flower, Umbrella Plant)
Wild Hyacinth (also called Blue-Dicks, Brodiaea Pulchella, Hookera Pulchella)
Wild Lantana (also called Prairie Snowball, Sand Verbena)
Wild Raisin (also called Aubepine, Black Haw, Black Hawthorn, Cowberry, Haw Apple, Haws, Hawthorn, May Bush, Nanny Plum, Nannyberry, Oxyacantha, Pirliterio, Red Hawthorn, Sheepberry, Sweet Viburnum, Sweetberry, Tea Plant, Thorn Apple, Thorn Plum, Washington Hawthorn, Weisdornbluten)
Wild Sasparilla (also called Sawbrier)
Wild Strawberry (also called Strawberry)
Willow Herb (also called Blooming Sally, Fire Weed, Great Willow Herb)
Windmill Palm (also called Chusan Palm, Fortunes Palm)
Winter Cattleya (also called Christmas Orchid)
Withered Snapdragon
Woolflower (also called Fairy Fountain, Feathered Amaranth)
Yellow Bloodleaf Plant (also called Beefsteak Plant, Bloodleaf Plant, Chicken Gizzard Plant, Joseph’s Coat)
Yellow Palm (also called Areca Palm, Cane Palm, Golden Butterfly Palm, Golden Feather Palm)
Yellow-flowered Gourd
Yerba Linda
Zebra Basket Vine
Zebra Haworthia
Zebra Plant (also called Caeroba, Calathea, Kaempferia, Peacock Ginger, Peacock Plant, Pheasant Plant, Prayer Plant, Rattlesnake Plant, Red Veined Prayer Plant)
Zinnia (also called Old Maids)
Zucchini Squash

The Different Gods & Goddesses Part 8


African Gods & Goddesses
Amun – King of the Gods
Ani-lbo – Goddess of Birth, Death, Happiness and Love
Anubis – God of the Dead
Atum – First God, God of Perfection
Bastet – Goddess of Protection
Bes – Goddess of Childbirth and Family; Protection for Children, Pregnant Women and Families
Geb – God of the Earth
Hathor – Goddess of Love and Joy
Horus – God of the Sky, Ruler of Egypt
Isis – Goddess of Protection and Magic
Leza – Creator who is Compassionate and Merciful (Rhodesia)
Ma’at – Goddess of Truth, Justice and Harmony
Nephthys – Goddess of the Dead
Ngai – High God, Creator and Giver of All Things (East Africa)
Nun – God of Water and Chaos
Nut – Goddess of the Sky who Covers the Earth
Nzambi – Unapproachable God, Sovereign Master
Obatala – Goddess of Earth and People, Creator
Osiris – God of the Dead, Ruler of the Underworld
Ra – Sun God
Raluvhimba – God of the Heavens, Creator
Seshat – Goddess of Writing and Measurement
Seth – God of Chaos
Thoth – God of Writing and Knowledge
Wadjet – Cobra Goddess, Protector of the King

The Different Gods & Goddesses Part 6


India’s Gods & Goddesses
Brahma – God of the Triniity
Durga – Goddess beyond reach; also known as Shakti (Life Energy) and Parvati (Family Unity)
Ganesha – God who Removes Obstacles, God of Knowledge
Gauri – Goddess of Purity and Austerity
Hanuman – Monkey God, provider of Courage, Hope, Knowledge, Intellect and Devotion
Kali – Goddess of Destruction
Krishna – God of Power and Bravery
Lakshmi – Goddess of Prosperity, Purity, Chastity, and Generosity
Rama – Hero God, Preserver of Families, Destroyer of Evil
Sarasvati – Goddess of Speech, Wisdom and Learning
Shiva – God of Giving and Happiness, Creator
Vishnu –  God of Courage, Knowledge and Power; Also known as Hari the Remover