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elements of a flower
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by that I mean what elements does the petal, stem, and levees go with I know that the seed is suppose to go with earth but what are the rest if anyone knows it would be appreciated thanks
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Re: elements of a flower
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I believe that the petals are wind the stem is water and that the levees might be fire but that may not be completely present in the plant itself
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Thanks for the help
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Re: elements of a flower
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I've never heard of the individual parts of a plant having an elemental association, or I've never read anything about it, rather. Most plants are gernally associated with one element or another. For example, St.John's Wort is associated with the element of fire, dandelions are associated with air, ferns are associated with earth, and chamomile is associated with water.

"Herb Magic for Beginners: Down-to Earth Enchantments" by Ellen Dugan is a really good book on this topic. It has a lot of herbal correspondences throughout and various other herbal information in regards to magic.

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