Spell A Day
Fairy Tuft Spell
Spell Date: Monday, July 15, 2002
A custom in many gardens in England is growing a “fairy tuft,” a patch of wild growth allowed to thrive on its own in order to attract fairies. To do this yourself, simply designate a wild corner in your garden. Leave offerings at the edge of your miniature wildland—a saucer of water or milk, a small pretty stone, some bread. If you must trim your tuft, do it by hand—steel blades are said to harm the fairy world.
This post was written by deTraci Regula
on July 15, 2002
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