July’s Pop-up Herb Walk
Late June/Early July, 2017.
Stay tuned to Edmonton Herb Club or subscribe to my mailing list to get first dibs on this guided garden “tour” that will explore some of the hidden medicines in our ornamental flower gardens. Want to learn how Lady’s Mantle is used medicinally, visit one of the most beloved blossoms & source of one of the highest priced aromatic oils on the market today, & what the Queen of All Poisons looks like? Join me for a gorgeous evening in late June/early July. More details to follow!
Good Friday, April 14th, 2017 1:30-3:00 pm
We will discuss some local trees & shrubs that have a traditional medicinal use, when to harvest them & how you can prepare them. As it is Easter weekend the theme of the walk will be around some plants used in spring ritual & religious celebration, and cultural use of plants as medicines in general.
Interested in learning more about local herbs that you can use for you and your family? Wondering what some of the herbs you are reading about on the internet look like? And where to find them? Or if you can grow them?
Join Community Herbalist Dionne Jennings for a guided plant walk around her Highlands Herb Garden.
We will be visiting and discussing at least 10-15 plants in detail—but there will be many, many to talk about! Some will be weedy volunteers, some will be natives we can use, and some will be well known western herbs & flowers we can grow right here in Edmonton (which can fall under any of those categories).
We will cover when/how to harvest, best ways to use them/prepare them as medicine, and we will also taste a few to get acquainted with their properties.
Date: Thursday, August 18th, 2016
Time: 6-8:30 pm
Location: Highlands. ** Exact address will be emailed once registered.**
Investment: $40. Handouts will be included.
Herb Walk at Riverdale Community Gardens
Date: Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Riverdale Community Garden
Donation: $5.50-All proceeds go to Senses of the Soul Botanical Sanctuary in Alberta