The Power of One: A GreenBridges™ Story

by Debbie Boutelier (Editors’ note: This article originally appeared in a recent HSA newsletter. It has been edited for clarity...

Olbrich Botanical Gardens’ Indigenous Garden

by Erin Presley, Olbrich Botanical Gardens Horticulturist Especially in Olbrich’s Herb Garden, it’s vitally important that we grow, show, and...

The Feeling of Harvests to Come

by Beth Schreibman Gehring “After Lammas Day, corn ripens as much by night as by day.” – Author unknown There is...

HSA Webinar: Breeding Better Herbs

by Peggy Riccio

Basil – The King of Herbs

By Maryann Readal Although named by the Greeks, basil originated in India 5,000 years ago. In India today, the herb...

Starting Anew, Again

  Another move means another new time for figuring out what conditions herbs will like. It seems to me it’s...

BOOK REVIEW – The Artisan Herbalist by Bevin Cohen

by Karen O’Brien Introducing the Herbs Online Learning Experience HSA is launching a new online course with Bevin Cohen, a...

HSA Webinar: Tea Gardening with Camellia sinensis

by Christine Parks In 2005, we started our first tea garden here in the Piedmont region of North Carolina—including our...

“Hazards” of the Job: Dealing with Plant Defenses in the National Herb Garden

By Chrissy Moore For example, every year, twice a year, the NHG staff and coworkers haul many large containerized plants...

Love and Gardening on St. Valentine’s Day

By Beth Schreibman-Gehring “ I work at my garden all the time and with love. What I need most are...