Plants & Oils

For ease of these lists, Plants will mean the following: Herbs, Trees, Roots, Flowers, Seeds.

Plant Correspondences (Listed by Purpose):
Activator:
Mistletoe, Mandrake, Dragon’s Blood

Banishing: Black Willow, Hellebore

Beauty: Catnip, Ginseng, Maidenhair, Yerba Santa

Courage: Cohosh, Mullem, Thyme, Yarrow

Divination: Broom, Dandelion, Hibiscus, Meadowsweet, Orris, Pomegranate, Mugwort, Dragon’s Blood, Black Willow

Employment: Devil’s Shoestring, Lucky Hand, Pecan

Friendship: Lemongrass, Sweetpea, Passionflower

Happiness: Catnip, Hawthorn, High John the Conqueror, Lavender, Meadowsweet, Morning Glory, St. John, Witch grass

Healing: Adders Tongue, Bay, Blackberry, Burdock, Cedar, Fennel, Garlic, Hops, Horehound, Life Everlasting, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vervain

Health: Caraway, Galangal, Juniper, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Rue Sassafras, Tansy

Love: Apple, Basil, Betony, Chamomile, Coltsfoot, Copal Daiania, Gardenia, Jasmine, Verbena, Meadowsweet, Moonwort, Poppy, Raspberry, Rose, Violet

Mental Ability: Eyebright, Horehound, Mustard Seed, Periwinkle

Protection: Acacia, Ash, Broom, Datura, Dogwood, Elder, Foxglove, Rowan

Psychic Ability: Borage, Honeysuckle (see divination)

Purification: Sage, Benzoin, Copailm Iris, Thistle, Vervain, Yucca

Sleep: Agimony, Chamomile, Hops, Lavender, Passionflower, Pepper, Valerian

Spirituality: Frankincense, Gardenia, heather, Sandalwood

Strength: Carnation, Mulberry, Pennyroyal, Oak, Saffron

Success: Cinnamon, Patchouli, Chamomile, High John the Conqueror Root

Wisdom: Bodhi, Iris, Sage, Yew

Goddess: Willow, Moonwort, Hawthorn

God: Holly, Mandrake, Buckthorn

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Plant Correspondences (Listed by Plant):

Acacia – friendship

Amaryllis – Beauty, timidity, shyness, love

Anemone – Abandonment, forsakeness

Apple Blossom – Preference

Arbutus – Fidelity, true love

Aster – Variety

Bachelor’s Button – Hope, patience

Beech (Fire Element) – Personal finances, gambling, money

Birch – (Water Element) – Dreams, astral travel

Buttercup – (Fire Element) – Ambition, social matters, riches

Camellia – Gratitude

Red Carnation – Poor Heart, forlorn

Pink Carnation – Deep Love

Striped Carnation – Refusal

White Carnation – Purity

Cedar – (Fire Element) – Goals

Cherry – (Earth Element) – Intelligence

China Aster – Variety

Red Chrysanthemum – Love

White Chrysanthemum – Truth

Cinnamon – (Fire and Water Elements) – Business, logic

Clematis – (Earth and Air Elements) – Soulmates

Cock’s Comb – (Fire and Water Elements) – Partnerships

Coltsfoot – (Fire and Water Elements) – Political Power

Cyclamen – Diffidence

Daisy – (Fire and Water Elements) – Swift movement, a decision

Dahlia – Dignity and elegance, or instability

Daffodil – Unrequited love, or high regards

Fern – (Earth Element) – Wisdom, fascination

Fir – (All Elements) – Manifestation

Forget-Me-Not – Remembering, clinging to the past

Fuchsia – Taste or frugality

Geranium – Preference, Friendship

Gladiolus – Strong character, strength, integrity

Hazel – (Earth Element) – Communication

Heather – (Earth and Air Elements) – Beauty

Hemlock – (All Elements) – Protection

Heliotrope – (Fire Element) – Success

Hibiscus – Delicacy, beauty, fragility, temporary pleasures

Holly – Questioning

Hyacinth – Constancy

Iris – (Water Element) – Reincarnation, a message, travel

Ivy – (Earth and Air Elements) – Friendships

Jonquil – Desire

Lavender – (Earth Element) – Healing, faith

Purple Lilac – First emotions of love, obsession

White Lilac – Youth, children

Lily of the Valley – Happiness, good luck

Marigold – (Fire Element) – Health, affection, or constructive loss, rebirth

Morning Glory – Affection

Moss – (All Elements) – Binding

Motherwort – (Water Element) – Imagination, creativity

Myrrh – (All elements) – Binding

Narcissus – Egotism, self love, self concept

Nasturtium – Patriotism, paternal love

Nightshade – (All Elements) – Death, rebirth, lunar activity

Oak – (Fire Element) – Personal finances, wealth

Orris Root – (Water Element) – Psychology, subconsciousness, psychicism

Pansy – Thoughts, reflection, memory

Peony – Shame, bashfulness, unrealized desires

Pepper – (Fire and Water Elements) – Energy

Periwinkle – (Earth Element) – Memory, Education

Pine – (Fire and Water Elements) – Courage

Poppy – Consolation, avoidance of problems

Pink Rose – (Earth and Air Elements) – Romantic love

Red Rose – (Fire and Water Elements) – Passion

White Rose – (Water Element) – Silence

Wild Rose – (Earth Element) – Simplicity, honesty

Yellow Rose – Unfaithfulness

Sage – (Earth and Air Elements) – Artistic ability

Sweet Pea – A meeting

Sweet William – Gallantry

Thyme – (Fire and Water Elements) – Swift movement, action

Tulip – Fame

Vervain – (Water Element) – Feminine power, women’s power, abilities, problems

Violet – (Earth and Air Elements) – Artistic ability, faithfulness, fidelity

Water Lily – (Earth and Air Elements) – Harmony

Willow – (Water Element) – Psychology, psychic powers, psychicism

Wolfsbane – (All Elements) – Neutralization, balance, temperance

Zinnia – Absence, lost friends

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Plants corresponding to the Sabbats:
Samhain:
Chrysanthemum, wormwood, apples, pears, hazel, thistle, pomegranates, all grains, harvested fruits and nuts, pumpkin, corn.

Yule: Holly, mistletoe, ivy, cedar, bay, juniper, rosemary, pine. Offerings of apples, oranges, nutmegs, lemons and whole cinnamon sticks go well on the Yule tree.

Imbolc: Snowdrop, rowan, the first flowers of the year.

Eostara: Daffodil, woodruff, violet, gorse, olive, peony, iris, narcissus, all spring flowers.

Beltane: Hawthorn, honeysuckle, St. John’s wort, woodruff.

Midsummer: Mugwort, vervain, chamomile, rose, lily, oak, lavender, ivy, yarrow, fern, elder, wild thyme, daisy, carnation.

Lughnasadh: All grains, grapes, heather, blackberries, sloe, crabapples, pears.

Mabon: Hazel, corn, aspen, acorns, oak sprigs, autumn leaves, wheat stalks, cypress cones, pine cones.

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General Goddess Plants:
All watery and earthy flowers and seeds such as camellia, lily, water lily, willow stalks; those flowers used in Full Moon rituals; white or purple blooms such as hyacinth, magnolia, heather and lilac; sweet-scented herbs and flowers; those dedicated to Venus or to the Moon; rue, vervain and olive.

Plants for particular deities:

Aphrodite: olive, cinnamon, daisy, cypress, quince, orris (iris), apple, myrtle
Aradia: rue, vervain
Artemis: silver fir, amaranth, cypress, cedar, hazel, myrtle, willow, daisy, mugwort, date palm
Astarte: alder, pine, cypress, myrtle, juniper
Athena: olive, apple
Bast: catnip, Vervain
Bellona: belladonna
Brigit: blackberry
Cailleach: wheat
Cardea: hawthorn, bean, arbutus
Ceres: willow, wheat, bay, pomegranate, poppy, leek, narcissus
Cybele: oak, myrrh, pine
Demeter: wheat, barley, pennyroyal, myrrh, rose, pomegranate, bean, poppy, all cultivated crops
Diana: birch, willow, acacia, wormwood, dittany, hazel, beech, fir, apple, mugwort, plane, mulberry, rue
Druantia: fir
Freya: cowslip, daisy, primrose, maidenhair, myrrh, strawberry, mistletoe
Hathor: myrtle, sycamore, grape, mandrake, coriander, rose
Hecate: willow, henbane, aconite, yew, mandrake, cyclamen, mint, cypress, date palm, sesame, dandelion, garlic, oak, onion
Hekat: cypress
Hera: apple, willow, orris, pomegranate, myrrh
Hina: bamboo
Hulda: flax, rose, hellebore, elder
Irene: olive
Iris: wormwood, iris
Ishtar: acacia, juniper, all grains
Isis: fig, heather, wheat, wormwood, barley, myrrh, rose, palm, lotus, persea, onion, iris, vervain
Juno: lily, crocus, asphodel, quince, pomegranate, vervain, iris, lettuce, fig, mint
Kerridwen: vervain, acorns
Minerva: olive, mulberry, thistle
Nefer-Tum: lotus
Nepthys: myrrh, lily
Nuit: sycamore
Olwen: apple
Persephone: parsley, narcissus, willow, pomegranate
Rhea: myrrh, oak
Rowen: clover, rowen
Venus: cinnamon, daisy, elder, heather, anemone, apple, poppy, violet, marjoram, maidenhair fern, carnation, aster, vervain, myrtle, orchid, cedar, lily, mistletoe, pine, quince
Vesta: oak

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God Plants:
All fiery and airy herbs and flowers such as basil, chrysanthemum,snapdragon, clover, lavender, pine; strongly-scented, clean or citrusy herbs and flowers; those ruled by Mars or the Sun; yellow or red blooms such as sunflower, pine cones, seeds, cacti, thistles and stinging herbs; orange, heliotrope, cedar, juniper and so on.

Plants for particular deities:

Adonis: myrrh, corn, rose, fennel, lettuce, white heather
Aesculapius: bay, mustard
Ajax: delphinium
Anu: tamarisk
Apollo: leek, hyacinth, heliotrope, cornel, bay, frankincense, date palm,cypress
Attis: pine, almond
Ares: buttercup
Bacchus: grape, ivy, fig, beech, tamarisk
Baldur: St. John’s wort, daisy
Bran: alder, all grains
Cupid: cypress, sugar, white violet, red rose
Dagda: oak
Dianus: fig
Dionysus: fig, apple, ivy, grape, pine, corn, pomegranate, toadstools,mushrooms, fennel, all wild and cultivated trees
Dis: cypress
Ea: cedar
Eros: red rose
Gwydion: ash
Helios: oak
Horus: horehound, lotus, persea
Hypnos: poppy
Jove: pine, cassia, houseleek, carnation, cypress
Jupiter: aloe, agrimony, sage, oak, mullein, acorn, beech, cypress, houseleek,date palm, violet, gorse, ox-eye daisy, vervain
Kernunnos: heliotrope, bay, sunflower, oak, orange
Kanaloa: banana
Mars: ash, aloe, dogwood, buttercup, witch grass, vervain
Mercury: cinnamon, mulberry, hazel, willow
Mithras: cypress, violet
Neptune: ash, bladderwrack, all seaweeds
Odin: mistletoe, elm, yew, oak
Osiris: acacia, grape, ivy, tamarisk, cedar, clover, date palm, all grains
Pan: fig, pine, reed, oak, fern, all meadow flowers
Pluto: cypress, mint, pomegranate
Poseidon: pine, ash, fig, bladderwrack, all seaweeds
Prometheus: fennel
Ra: acacia, frankincense, myrrh, olive
Saturn: fig, blackberry
Sylvanus: pine
Tammuz: wheat, pomegranate, all grains
Thoth: almond
Thor: thistle, houseleek, vervain, hazel, ash, birch, rowen, oak, pomegranate,burdock, beech
Uranus: ash
Woden: ash
Zeus: oak, olive, pine, aloe, parsley, sage, wheat, fig

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