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.
6 days 3 hours ago
TODAY IS HOUSEPLANT APPRECIATION DAY! 🪴
I visited a local nursery yesterday. I was in need of green and growing things 😊. The place was full of people buying green house plants. There was excitement. There was constant chatter!! People were almost giddy. I found myself in a tremendous happy mood - and the proud mother of a brand new monstera! 🪴🌿🍃
monstera on the right, hoya in the middle, avocado 🥑 on the left!
1 week 4 hours ago
For all the Tasha Tudor’s out there ... ❤️
expl. This isn’t a quote from Tasha Tudor nor is it an image of her. It just reminds me of her and her love of bulbs and pretty things! “Buy more bulbs” is a TT quote!!
1 week 1 day ago
I couldn’t not post this post from Susan Wittig Albert! Besides this photo being absolutely beautiful the liqueur recipes sound wonderful! 😋 Perfect project for this cold month of Covid restrictions! Do something good for yourself!❤️
1 week 3 days ago
On this day in England many people went out to the apple orchards to toast the trees and bless them with last years cider. Celebrations got very rowdy and were known as “Apple Howlings”. If you want to plan a rowdy howling around your apple tree I’d suggest you invite your neighbors to join in!! You can serve apple cider and Apple-Spice Nut Bars with ice cream!!
2 weeks 1 day ago
Happy New Year Herbies!!
I’m looking forward to a year filled with Herbal wonder. AND a year to get to know the IHA declared Herb of the Year - Parsley!
2 weeks 2 days ago
Happy New Years Eve Herbies!
3 weeks 3 hours ago
3 weeks 1 day ago
Merry Christmas Herbies!
3 weeks 5 days ago
Happy Solstice Herbies!
The shortest day and the longest night.
3 weeks 6 days ago
Grace, gifts and reciprocity ...
This is a great read (or listen) by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Such great messages during these holidays of celebration and pandemic. I’m so grateful to have read it this morning.