The Garden of Greenhands

5:05:00 PM

 There aren't a lot of practitioners in Riverton anymore, but we all seem to dwell in the same woods and rivers and roads.  Me and my old woodsister like to pay homage to the old grounds when we go circling or wandering, the watering hole near the heart of the wood stands in a ring of trees, at the end of the ivy field, in the shadow of a great lighting struck bonewood tree.
If you want simples, the woods edge is where they grow best.  In spring, the meadows are ripe with wildflowers; bluebells, butterfly bush, hyacinth, skunk cabbage, bramble, hellebore, herb robert and more.
the goddesses garden is never picked from, only prayed in
and we who walk the hillside ripping roots know when to just appreciate the virid virgin's green hand.

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