Got my new seed packets for winter Solstice and Spring planting. I'm excited about the new additions to my garden, lots of edible and medicinal 'weeds' for myself, the bunny, and the upcoming chickens. Soon I'll start going over the magical and healing properties of these plant spirits, if you have some you'd like me to cover first, post them in the comments and I'll do my best.
Recent order: Plantain (Plantago major), Black Elderberry, San Pedro Cactus, Mexican Terragon, Amaranth, Lettuce, Purslane, Lambs Quarters, Dandelions, Chickweed, Agrimony, Skullcap, Stinging Nettles, Ephedra grass, Red Clover, Mexican Chia, Vervain, Borage, Creeping Thyme, Lemongrass, Epazote, Watercress, Speedwell (Veronica), and more Calendula.
These will be in addition to my currently growing: Rosemary, Clary sage, Datura (Metel and Inoxia), Belladonna, Catnip, Yarrow, Chamomile, Tobacco, Wormwood, Mugwort, Parsley, Holy basil (Tulsi), Sweet basil, Purple sage, White sage, Eggplant, Chili peppers, Blackberry, Tomatoes, Lavender, Mint, Hemp, Valerian, Sweet alyssum, Foxglove, Thyme, Hyssop, Rue, Morning glories, Marigold, Nasturtium, Evening primrose, Roses, Poppies, Lemon balm, Feverfew, Dill, Lemon trees, Sinicuichi (Heimia salicifolia), Marsh mallow, Meadowsweet, Comfrey, Peruvian torch, Calendula, Garden Onion, Celery, Garlic, Cucumber, Aztec sweet herb, Cowslip, and Echinacea.
I might add in some green beans, beets, spinach, and maybe one or two other plants in the Spring. Grubs sadly killed my Diviner's sage, so I may give that another go as well. Plant seeds that require cold treatment around the Winter Solstice for best results.