Bronze Fennel : The Three of Pentacles united with Bronze Fennel will help you attract a bountiful harvest. Cultivate your inner world with this grand collaboration of nature and nurture. Foeniculum Vulgare Perennial This vigorous and uniform strain is slow to bolt. Non-bulbing type. The leaves are a nice addition to salads, coleslaws, and dressings. Leaves and stems should be harvested for fresh use before the plant begins to flower. Roots may be harvested in the fall of the first year before the plant flowers.
Purple Dark Opal Basil : Open yourself up for the healing combination of Purple Dark Opal Basil and the Judgement card. This multifaceted basil will bring you the inner peace you have always deserved.
Ocimum Basilicum Annual. Beautiful purple flowers with deep red stems. Provides a pleasant contrast with green basil. Great as an addition to salads, or for adding color to basil vinegars. While typically used in pasta or pesto, this basil can also be made into a therapeutic tea as it can bring healing and calm to stomach ailments. Very uniform, all purple strain. Annual.
Lavender Lovers : As you sow your seeds with love, this Lavender Hyssop will reciprocate with gifts of calming fragrance.foeniculum Perennial This herb provides many purple flower spikes that sit on top of dark-green foliage. Leaves emit a potent licorice scent when crushed and can be used as a flavoring for cooking and for tea. Makes an excellent cut flower.
Strength in Echinacea : The strength tarot card represents energy, influence and optimism. Echinacea is known for its rejuvenating and healing properties. Echinacea Purpurea Perennial. One of the very best flowers for attracting butterflies and birds, this showy and easy-to-grow plant adds a striking touch to the late summer landscape. Blooms heavily from July through September. Will tolerate clay soils.
The Sun flower : The inspiration for this envelope is the Sun tarot, a card of optimism, freedom and fun! Anticipate tall, intense blooms that influence your garden landscape by radiating positivity. Helianthus Annuus Annual Very uniform variety. Dark-centered blooms are 4-5 inches across with petals that gradually fade from a dark red base to golden-yellow tips. Branching habit with long side stems, one of the best varieties for cut flowers.
Love Lies Bleeding : This dramatic flower is best represented by the Ace of Swords tarot card. Through its sprawling blooms it draws from the cards emphasis on inner clarity, new ideas and breakthroughs. Amaranthus Caudatus Perennial. A large plant with striking red plumage that provides a dramatic look. As the plant becomes more established, impressive red-tinted light green leaves are joined by long drooping flower heads covered in hundreds of small deep-crimson blooms.
Empress Bee : The Empress Tarot card signifies nurturing and the creation of life. You can expect this species of flower to facilitate bees and insects, bringing life and fertility to your garden.
Phacelia Tanacetifolia Annual This annual flower bears subtle purple-blue flowers with curved spikes that put on a show in your garden while attracting and supporting support several types of bees. This plant is commonly called Bienen-freund, German for “bee’s friend.”
Poppy Star : The beautiful Chima Poppy is best represented by the Star Tarot card, which signifies hope, unlimited prospects and magic. Anything is possible with this stunning, double-bloom species of poppy. Papaver Somniferum Annual Intense pink to red blooms with lots of petals. Originating in Romania, this ornamental flower bears beautiful double blooms. The seeds can be used in cooking, making it a beautiful dual-purpose flower.
Diablo Cosmos : The devil tarot card represents indulgent ways. So indulge yourself and live a little with this stunning and fiery flower featuring bright symmetrical petals.
Artemisia Vulgaris A hairy stemmed flower with yellow and orange, daisy-like blooms that las more than four weeks. These plants attract butterflies and hummingbirds. These annual flowers also propagates by seed and are easy to grow. This plant is taken from where it occurs organically to be used as a dye or as an ornamental plant.