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Bergamot Orange – March Herb of the Month

By Maryann Readal What do Earl Gray tea, the confection Turkish Delight, the liqueur Bergamia, eau de cologne, and some...

Ramps

By Paris Wolfe When Jeremy Umansky was at culinary school in 2006, a professor took him foraging in the Hudson...

Harbinger of Spring Look-Alikes: Dead Nettle & Henbit

By Susan Belsinger The first spring wildflowers, herbs, and weeds are popping out all over. Two that frequently appear together...

Membership Raffle Drawing

By: Cheryl Skibicki Herb Society of America Headquarters, Kirtland, Ohio Hello, Herb Society of America members! We would have loved...

A Healing Herbal Gift

By: Gladys McKinney What with the coronavirus outbreak and so many people becoming ill with COVID-19, I wondered what I...

HSA Webinar: Macrofungi – The Basics of Mushrooms

By Jen Munson, HSA Education Chair Chanterelles, a popular edible mushroom For many people, mushrooms, lichen, and other fungi are...

Poppy Seed – Herb of the Month

By Maryann Readal Poppies are a colorful springtime addition to the garden bed. Their striking crepe paper-like flowers tower over...

Dr. Faith Mitchell on Hoodoo Medicine

By Paris Wolfe Gullah slaves, circa 1790 When author and medical anthropologist, Faith Mitchell, Ph.D., was an undergraduate studying anthropology...

Sorrel – Herb of the Month

By Maryann Readal Sorrel (Rumex acetosa), a tart, lemony herb, is used today primarily in cooking. However, you may have...