Lady Day and May Day
Celebration of fertility and love of the land as the days are longer.
Common activities: flower crowns, bonfires, maypole dancing
Attract fertility, abundance, and blessings
Symbols: flowers, ribbons, bees, fertility related
Animals: bees, cats, cattle, doves, frogs, goats, leopards, lynx, rabbits, swallows, swans
Crystals/stones: beryl, emerald, garnet, malachite, rose quartz, tourmaline
Colors/candles: shades of green and bright spring, blies, purples, yellow, red
Herbs/flowers: all-heal, blessed thistle, broom, coriander, crocus, curry, daffoldil, dandylion, dragon's blood, fern, fireweed, flaxseed, forsythia, hawthorn, majorum, meadowsweet, nettle, paprika, primrose, rose, rue, snapdragon, tansy, tulips, violets, woodruff
Insense/oils: frankensense, jasmine, musk, peach, rose, vanilla, ylang-ylang
Trees: alder, ash, birch, hawthorne, hazel, holly, oak, rowan, willow
Decor: greenery, flower blossoms, spring curios, branches from birch trees, antlers, acorns, herbs, flower crowns, May baskets, sticks, seeds, wreaths
Honor the Horned God with offerings of fruit and wine
What abundance do you want in your life? What grounds do you want to be fertile? Growth abounds in May, so what you plant now you will reap in the autumn, so plan ahead and take stock of your six month goals. These are what you need to state and write down, to work towards.