Fall Plant Study (OH)

In this final session of a three month long cooperative learning intensive we will continue to take a closer look at the plants growing around us to strengthen and build our relationship with plants. You will study the plants you are drawn to, create herbal monographs, talk about wild harvesting, make tea, and use art to further our relationship with the plant. 3 months in total= 6 hours total for the series. $75/3 months. Class is from 1-3PM. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

Macabre Language of Plants (OH)

Macabre Language of Plants

We will take a stroll through the cemetery gates and learn about the correlation between plants and death. Whether it’s the history of plants in cemeteries and funerals, or poisonous plants, there is a darker side to some of the plants we know and love. $25/person. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

Fall Plant Study (OH)

In this second of a three month long cooperative learning intensive we will continue to take a closer look at the plants growing around us to strengthen and build our relationship with plants. You will study the plants you are drawn to, create herbal monographs, talk about wild harvesting, make tea, and use art to further our relationship with the plant. 3 months in total= 6 hours total for the series. $75/3 months. Class dates are 9/20, 10/18, & 11/15 from 1-3PM. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

Fall Plant Study (OH)

In this 3 month long cooperative learning intensive we will take a closer look at the plants growing around us to strengthen and build our relationship with plants. You will study the plants you are drawn to, create herbal monographs, talk about wild harvesting, make tea, and use art to further our relationship with the plant. 3 months in total= 6 hours total for the series. $75/3 months. Class dates are 9/20, 10/18, & 11/15 from 1-3PM. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

Edible Ohio Natives (OH)

Edible Ohio Natives

Discover the edible plants that are growing in your backyard. Take a look at the benefits of growing native plants and how to grow them in your garden. Learn the basics of identifying common edible species. $30/person. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

Herbal Folklore: Fire Cider (OH)

Herbal Folklore: Fire Cider

Are you interested in the herbal remedy traditions handed down through generations? As the second program in a series of three DIY classes, we’ll cover our first herbal folk remedy. You’ll learn how to make it and use it at home. For ages 16 and up. $25/class. You can register online at OhioHerbCenter.org, or call 614-642-HERB with any questions. All classes are held at the Ohio Herb Center, 110 Mill Street.

New regular to feature herbs

Please welcome Jennifer Schneller. She will writing a regular column titled “The Herb Blurb.” I met Jennifer last summer at the Ohio Herb Education Center in Gahanna, Ohio, where she is an Instructor.

She is a landscape architect who specializes in residential garden design. She is especially interested in the relationship between people and plants, and loves to plan edible landscapes. Her interest in herbs developed out of years of helping people grow useful plants in beautiful ways. If you get her started talking about green growing things, it can be hard to get her to shut up. 

Her first article with us is about Summer Herbs. The Summer issue of Therapeutic Thymes Magazine will come out the first week of June. I know you are just as excited as we are so, if you have not already done so, Subscribe today to reserve your copy. We are also working on offering the magazine in a digital format come Summer.

(c) Therapeutic Thymes, 2017

New regular to feature herbs

Please welcome Jennifer Schneller. She will writing a regular column titled “The Herb Blurb.” I met Jennifer last summer at the Ohio Herb Education Center in Gahanna, Ohio, where she is an Instructor.

She is a landscape architect who specializes in residential garden design. She is especially interested in the relationship between people and plants, and loves to plan edible landscapes. Her interest in herbs developed out of years of helping people grow useful plants in beautiful ways. If you get her started talking about green growing things, it can be hard to get her to shut up. 

Her first article with us is about Summer Herbs. The Summer issue of Therapeutic Thymes Magazine will come out the first week of June. I know you are just as excited as we are so, if you have not already done so, Subscribe today to reserve your copy. We are also working on offering the magazine in a digital format come Summer.

(c) Therapeutic Thymes, 2017