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gravel root, queen of the meadow, little queen, folk names

Meadowsweet: Correspondences

Author: Gwydion

Spiraea filipendula
Folk Names: Bride of the Meadow,
Bridewort Dollor, Gravel Root,
Lady of the Meadow, Little Queen,
Meadowwort, Meadowsweet, Queen
of the Meadow, Steeplebush, Trumpet
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Jupiter
Element: Air
Power: Love, Divination, Peace, Happiness

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