Through slides, discussion, a garden visit, and tasting, we will get to know the planting needs and uses of 17 beautiful medicinal plants. We will address details like: Will the Bee balm overshadow the Lemon balm? And just how wide will the Elecampane reach? Which are the favorites of pollinators? Share teas and apply salves made from some of our plant subjects and take home a booklet of their planting and harvesting guidelines and some seed to get you started. We plan to have potted herbs for sale, too.
Cost: $35 for members | $45 for non-members, includes Museum admission
Call 603-323-7591 to register. Registration closes Monday, April 29/when filled. For ages 18 and up; 16 and up, with a parent. This class takes place indoors and out (weather permitting); the outdoor garden terrain is sloped and irregular. Dress for the weather, including outdoor shoes; bring an umbrella if it is raining.