Urban Herbalism!
Come learn about healing herbs in the garden with
Sarah Sutton on Saturday, July 8 at 11 am!

We welcome back Sarah Sutton, Landscape Architect and author of “The New American Front Yard: Kiss Your Grass Goodbye” to talk about one of her favorite topics – healing herbs in the garden on Saturday, July 8 at 11 am!

Herbs have myriad uses for daily ailments like sore throat, upset stomach, toothache, headache, minor cuts and skin irritations – the list goes on! Come learn tips and techniques for growing, harvesting and utilizing various popular garden herbs, CA natives and even common garden weeds in your herbal medicine chest. Hands-on demonstrations and recipes included! Sarah will be joined by herbalist/naturopath Cheri Jaques, who has been working with herbs for over 35 years.

And now, a handful of our favorite herbal wonders from nature's medicine chest!

Lavandula x intermedia ‘Grosso’
Salvia apiana “White Sage”

Lavandula x intermedia ‘Grosso’
A bee’s best friend, SUPER FRAGRANT and a staple in any herb garden with hundreds of uses, lavender can be used in teas, tinctures and essential oils for relaxation and stress relief, sore muscles, headaches, skin irritation and so much more!

Salvia apiana “White Sage”
With many medicinal and sacred uses, White Sage is most commonly used in teas to ease stomach aches, sore throats and congestion. Handy for making your own smudge sticks, too!
Heat and drought loving, doesn’t want much Summer water.

Eschscholzia californica ssp. maritima 
'Coastal Form' Satureja douglasii 
“Yerba Buena”

Eschscholzia californica ssp. maritima
'Coastal Form'

Dried and used in tinctures, powders and diffusions, the anti-microbial properties of the CA poppy can be used to treat cuts and scrapes, insomnia and anxiety. Easy to grow to boot!

Satureja douglasii “Yerba Buena”
Used medicinally by native people for indigestion, insomnia, fevers, colds, arthritic pain and toothaches, this heavenly scented CA native groundcover makes a delicious and healthful tea. Tolerates clay, sand and shade.

Achillea millefolium ‘Sonoma Coast’ Calendula officinalis 'Dandy'

Achillea millefolium
‘Sonoma Coast’

With a history stretching back to ancient Greece, Yarrow is often used in teas and tinctures to relieve symtoms of cold, flu and fever. Couldn't be easier to grow, deer and drought resistant, too!

Calendula officinalis 'Dandy'
Stunning in bloom and tasty in salads, Calendula is a powerhouse antibacterial and anti-inflammatory
remedy for cuts and scrapes, insect bites, minor wounds, sore throats and much more. Can be used as a tea, tincture or applied as a poultice.

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