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Safflower: A 4,000 Year-old Herb for Man…..and for Birds

By Maryann Readal This month’s Herb Society of America Herb of the Month, safflower, (Carthamus tinctorius), has had many uses...

An Herbal Craft – Pressed Flower and Herb Note Cards

By Dianne Duperier, HSA Membership Chair These pressed flower cards are a great idea for preserving the beauty of the...

Lemon Balm – A Very Lemony Herb

By William “Bill” Varney Here are several reasons to grow lemon balm (Melissa officinalis),  the lemony herb in your garden:...

Growing Herbs in Small Places (Pots and Various Containers)

By William “Bill” Varney A great advantage of herbs is that regardless of your limited space, almost all herbs can...

Chicory – Herb of the Month – More to it Than Meets the Eye

By Maryann Readal It is truly astonishing how much is written about chicory, Cichorium intybus, a common roadside herb that...

Bouncing Bet – A Soapy Herb

By Maryann Readal How can a gardener resist an herb with the name bouncing Bet? I could not resist this...

HSA Speaker Shares Webinar Recipe for Lavender Martini

By Jen Munson, HSA Education Chair On a recent Herb Society of America webinar, business member Rose Loveall-Sale owner of...

Webinar – Herbs: The Multifunctional Workhorses of the Garden

By Jen Munson, Education Chair Look beyond the edible goodness that herbs provide and you’ll quickly recognize these unassuming plants...

Sage Reflections

By Beth Schreibman-Gehring, Chairman of Education for The Western Reserve Herb Society Unit of The Herb Society of America “Are...

Galangal, Herb of the Month: An interesting, but less familiar herb

By Maryann Readal, HSA Secretary The pungent, aromatic rhizome of the galangals, greater galangal (Alpina galangal) and lesser galangal (Alpina...