Following Under the Witching Tree, this second book in a trilogy by folk herbalist Corinne Boyer explores the magical and medicinal applications of the plants of the wayside—those liminal places where the wild meets the unkempt and forgotten landscapes of humankind. This book presents a wealth of hands-on practices exploring charms, spells, recipes, and rites.
Corinne Boyer is a folk herbalist, teacher, and writer with a passion for traditions surrounding plants and folk magic. Corinne has taught community herb classes since 2005 and teaches weekly classes out of her home with a focus on wildcrafting, plant lore, folk medicine, and traditional magic. Her books include Under the Witching Tree, Under the Bramble Arch (both published by Troy Books/Llewellyn), and Plants of the Devil (Three Hands Press). She lives with her family in the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
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