Patchouli? Do you know that it’s used in aromatherapy as an anti-anxiety & anti-depressant? It’s also an insect repellant. Making sachets of the dried crushed leaves for scenting your clothes,. Now, this variety is not the super true Patchouli which thrives only under hot & humid tropical conditions, but it’s the closest to it & often used in the perfume industry. Root hardy to the 20’s F, it’ll grow to a bushy 2’-3’ tall & wide, with scalloped or toothed foliage on branching stems. Both the leaves & small pink flowers emit the characteristic sweet, spicy, woody scent when rubbed. Grow in rich soil & pinch/harvest occasionally. Cuttings can be rooted in water & over wintered in colder climes.
It almost has a new money smell to it like a fresh dollar bill $$$ and alot of times used in prospertiy magick and drawing luck and good fortune. As well as in lust magick in drawing in sexy time made into an oil or perfume rubbed on excites the senses and aids in love making or just overall fun times. The pollinators love it such as the bees (honey and bumble) as well as wasps and butterflies. This is a great addition to the garden and overall one of my favorites I have growing at my house.
Java Patchouli (Pogostemon heyneanus)
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