Looking to expand your knowledge as a green witch? Research, read, and study using our mega GIANT list of green witch books and resources. Find books, blogs, and YT channels on green witchcraft, herbalism, foraging and wildcrafting, trees, fairies, folklore, and more!
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The Green Witch by Arin Murphy-Hiscock is a new book on the market for the green witch. It is also a loved book in that it provides easy to use recipes and information on herbs, essential oils, and more!
Green Witchcraft 1, 2, and 3 by Ann Moura is a favorite among Wiccans and Green witches alike. If you learn more towards Wicca, you’ll love Ann Moura’s books.
Another of Ann Moura’s green books, Grimoire for the Green Witch provides a full Book of Shadows for readers to use and adapt for their own green traditions.
Deborah Martin is a Master Herbalist and teaches us about sixty-nine different herbs in A Green Witch’s Cupboard – herbs that can be used in cooking, medicine, and magic.
Craft of the Wild Witch by Poppy Palin is an essential for the green witch. A green witch is indeed a wild witch, utilizing the energies of the forest, garden, and meadows. Talking to the trees and fairies. Seeing herbs as magical helpers.
I haven’t used any other herbal book more than this one. Scott Cunningham is a well-known Wiccan author and this book will demonstrate why. An indelible reference for the green witch to always have on-hand.
Another of my must-have herbal reference books, 20,000 Secrets of Tea makes it easy to concoct magical teas for medicine and everyday use. I can’t tell you how many times I referred to this book by Victoria Zak.
This new herbal guide by Maia Toll and Kate O’Hara will have you gawking at the beautiful artwork. 36 bewitching botanicals are detailed within.
I’ve heard nothing but good things about The Witching Herbs by Harold Roth. Not only does he discuss the magic of each herb, but also goes into detail about their lore and history. A must-have on the green witch bookshelf.
Another of Cunningham’s books – The Complete Book of Incense, Oils, and Brews gives easy-to-use incense recipes, oil mixtures, and brews for various magical intentions as well as to honor different deities.
The green witch should know how to use herbs for magic but also for healing. Rosemary Gladstar’s books are a wonderful place to start learning the healing effects of herbs.
The Magic of Trees by Tess Whitehurst will teach you about the magical properties of trees and how to utilize tree magic in your practice. Often green witches attach to herbs but forget the power of the trees!
One of the first books I picked up on tree magic by Sandra Kynes is a must-have for the green witch.
Danu Forest guides us into the magical forest of the Druids and teaches us about the Ogham sacred tree alphabet in Celtic Tree Magic.
The Forager’s Harvest by Samuel Thayer is a book that should be on every green witch’s bookshelf. If you’re a green witch, you’re a natural forager. Learn how to properly identify, harvest, and prepare edible wild plants with this guide.
Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi gives recipes and details on how to harvest edible wild foods just like our ancestors once did!
With great reviews on Amazon, Ellen Zachos’ guide to 65 backyard plants you didn’t know you could eat is the perfect book for the green witch looking to learn more about edible plants in his or her own backyard!
Edible Wild Plants by Thomas Elias and Peter Dykeman has sold over one hundred thousand copies to foragers and herbalists worldwide. It details over 200 wild foods and the photographs are stunning!
Most nurseries carry pamphlets and books on your local wildlife including butterflies, birds, pollinators, trees, flowers, etc. A green witch gets to know their environment intimately. The resources are out there for you, check on Amazon too.
A green witch has an inseparable connection with the forest. Dive into the folklore and mythology of the forest to learn more.
One of the first books I picked up on the fairies and one that I still own to this day. A must-have guide to working with the fairies and spirits of the forest by Edain McCoy.
A compendium of stories about Irish fairies, Meeting the Other Crowd by Eddie Lenehan is intriguing and hard to put down!
The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries by W.Y. Evans-Wentz is a timeless fairy book from the early twentieth century that every green witch should read. It gives an idea as to how the belief in fairies was widespread over the continent of Europe. Even my kids love hearing the fairy stories in this book!
Want to learn more about wildflowers and their energies? Read Wildflower Folklore by Laura C. Martin.
One of the first witchcraft blogs I ever found and am still attached to is Sarah Anne Lawless’ blog now called Bane Folk. Sarah is an animist, folk witch, forager, and herbalist. Talk about an essential blog for the green witch!
A personal friend of mine, The Witchy Mommy’s blog is ran by Feather GardenBelle, a YouTube personality, knowledgeable herbalist, and green witch. Find information on herbs, flowers, insects, and other natural items on her blog and website.
This green witch hasn’t posted a new blog post in quite some time, but traveling back through her blog’s archives will teach you many great things about green witchcraft. Don’t pass up this blog.
A favorite website of mine, the Witch of Lupine Hollow, teaches us how to use witchcraft in modern times. I adore her tea and essential oil blend recipes above all else!
I’ve already mentioned her blog, but you MUST check out her YouTube channel too! She’s also on patreon and shares quite a bit of her herbal and magical knowledge to paying patrons there.
I’m dying to take a tour with Green Dean from Eat the Weeds YouTube Channel! He does wild herb and edible plant tours in the Southeastern United States. His videos are super informative and great for foraging green witches!
A wise Irish woman with a love for the earth, this is one YouTube channel you need to subscribe to.
4. Asia Suler
I’ve contacted Asia on a few occasions and never received a reply. In spite of this, I still watch her YouTube channel because of her calm demeanor and herbal knowledge.
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