The Tree And Plant Lore Series: The Rose.

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In the tree and plant lore series, we take the time to look at the folklore and folk magical uses of plants and trees commonly found here in the U.K and Ireland. This week we will be looking at the rose, a plant that is steeped in romance, healing workings, divination lore, garden use within folk ways, and of course, the roses potential applications within witchcraft.

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