6th Annual Spring Plant Sale with Oak and Hawthorn.

Saturday, May 15, 2021

Join us for our highly coveted 6th Annual Spring Plant Sale with Michelle of Oak and Hawthorn! Michelle has been growing medicinal, rare, magical and baneful herbs and plant babies for our sought- after plant sale since we opened. We are so excited to offer this again this year! We plan to facilitate the sale outside the storefront, and will require all customers to be wearing masks. We will be abiding by all necessary safety precautions during the sale as well.

Michelle is known for growing hearty, luscious plant babes! RC store owner Missy Rhysing has personally been growing Michelle’s plants at her home for the last few years with much success. There will be lots of plant babes to go around, but the more rare/poisonous ones tend to go first! Sale will begin May 15 at 10am until 6pm, and the next day from 11am to 6pm. Check out @oakandhawthorn on instagram for previews of the plants Michelle will be bringing for this year’s spring sale, and check out her fall bulb and plant sale later this year as well!

Michelle VanderHouwen is the owner of Oak and Hawthorn and provides the plant babies for Ritualcravt’s annual plant sale. Throughout all her years, she has studied art as a window into Spirit and the psyche, and Nature has been her church. Michelle believes that our hands are magnificent communicators. When we let them dig, sculpt, draw, scrape, tie and sew, we are sending messages to and from Heart Center. Our hands, full of sensation but devoid of reasoning, can create pure, honest prayer. In Michelle’s classes she teaches, with a variety of tools, different ways of accessing Spirit using our hands and hearts. Her goal is to help us all access the knowing we had at birth. Michelle is deeply knowledgeable about the spiritual wisdom of nature, studied Shamanic Herbalism with Darcey Blue, and walks with the soul of a Witch. Discover her creations at www.etsy.com/shop/OakandHawthorn and connect with Michelle via Instagram @oakandhawthorn.