Reading about trees, plants, and herbs in The Path Through the Forest, I recognized names that often come up in druid-related books, names like vervain, meadowsweet, mistletoe, oak, and holly. Mistletoe was mentioned as associated with the winter solstice. In my head flashed the thought of going to a store to buy some mistletoe for the winter solstice, which will soon be upon us. That is totally wrong. The point of druidry is to be in touch with the land. If I want to include plants in seasonal celebrations, the way to do that is to go outside and see what the plants are doing this time of year.
The plants that are traditionally associated with druidry are those that are native to England. For my own druidry, the plants sacred to me will be the ones in my landscape, such as sugar maple, Norway maple, red maple, apple, crabapple, white pine, clover, and peppermint.