Interested in herbalism and wellness?
The garden can provide a wealth of benefits and many associate gardening with improving overall wellbeing. However, many are interested in how specific herbs can be used and processed to make herbal remedies to improve health. As winter is right around the corner, it's a wonderful time of the year to learn some ways to boost immunity.
Elderberry syrup is an amazing immune boosting herbal remedy that offers support during cold and flu season. Join Crystal Stevens and Alex Queathem, founders of Tend and Flourish School of Botanicals as they share a demonstration on how to make your own elderberry syrup at home. These experienced herbalists will share how to grow elderberries in your own backyard. In addition, they will discuss the medicinal properties of elderberries, echinacea, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. You can see a hands-on demonstration and learn how to make your own elderberry syrup to make at home. This is a class you don't want to miss if you are interested in how to prepare herbal remedies!
This event is free & open to the public. No registration necessary. Class meets in the annual greenhouse at 2:00pm.
Taught by herbalists Crystal Stevens and Alex Queathem - founders of the Tend and Flourish School of Botanicals.
Learn more about what they do at www.tendandflourishschool.com