Minnesota Herb Society is an organization of herb enthusiasts who come together to encourage the study, the growing, and the use of herbs.
As volunteers, we plant and maintain the designated herb gardens at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Meetings are the 4th Tuesdays of January, March, May, August and October. Contact us to learn more.
3 weeks 1 day ago
Memorable Monday …
Shirley Mah Kooyman did a Cantonese Cooking Class on this day in 2011. The food was so delicious!
3 weeks 6 days ago
Happy Fall Y’all 🍂 😊 !!
Hello Herbies … so it’s September and most of us are harvesting what’s left of our herbs for winter use. I started making some smudge sticks and am getting carried away with creativity. As a first timer mine are a bit scruffy but I am still excited to use them once they are dry. These three are each made up of 4 herbs. So what do you think for a first timer?!
Sage - negative energy clearing
Tulsi - purification and calming
Rosemary - protection
Thyme - dispels melancholy and hopelessness
There is a lot of to learn about smudge sticks. Use your herbal information and you can get carried away also.
Smudging is done by lighting the end of the stick, dispelling the flame and then use a fan, a feather or your hand to spread the smoke.
Hello Herbies! I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful day!
1 month 2 weeks ago
Happy September Herbies! Are you ready for a fun filled fall month?
1 month 3 weeks ago
A good day to be simmering bone broth!! Besides carrots, celery and onions I like to add medicinal herbs nettle leaf, calendula flowers yarrow, usnea, elecampane, ginger, mushrooms, garlic … to name a few. I simmer it for at least 20 hrs to get all the medicinal benefits from the (chicken) bones
2 months 1 week ago
Field Trip to Camrose Hill Flower Farm, lunch at The Lowell Inn and shopping in Stillwater.
2 months 2 weeks ago
Renee, Bonnie, Shirley, and Chip visited with Honorary Member Barbara Dow on Thursday. What a lovely photo!