The Pandemic Garden
* Classes on ZOOM! *
Bleeding Heart Rose
Yarrow Plantain-White Clover
Raspberry in Flower
A six week course on Fridays with repeat classes on Saturdays, beginning September 25th at 4:45 pm PDT.
Plan ahead with a garden to meet your emergency needs, including the use of fresh herbs and the preservation of dry herbs.
Want to know about hygiene in the herbal garden? Washing your hair with plants?
Learn which herbs might bring in more bees, what to do with leftover herbs, which herbs to plant together.
A bonus class will offer the opportunity to ask questions about your garden, or other questions you might have, or to share your stories.
Starting: Friday September 25th & Saturday September 26th
Times: 4:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Location: ZOOM! online
Duration: Five (5) Sessions +1 Bonus Q&A Session!
Pandemic Garden Class Plan
Chamomile Lemon Balm
Aconite - Monkshood Comfrey
Strawberry in Flower California Poppy
- Class 1 - Location-Location-Location!
Does your garden have to be on the ground? Absolutely not. Gardens in other continents have evolved to using pots, jars, troughs, porches and windowsills. Learn about these and pick the one right for you.
- Class 2 - Grow Local, Go Native
You don't have to grow every medicinal plant in the world. Grow and propagate native and local plants plus those you've decided are most efficacious.
- Class 3 - Folklore
Folklore and healing. Herbal books are great but sometimes we should listen to the stories our grandparents shared, especially if they came from their grandparents. Use these stories to decide which plants you might want.
- Class 4 - To Every Herb There is a Season
When to harvest and how to process.
- Class 5 - Healing Uses
Common illnesses and injuries and use of uncommon plants. This may be the most important class in this series. So be sure to take thorough notes.
- Bonus! - Q & A!
Class: Not mandatory but a freebie for anyone who has lasted through this. A Q & A session with no holds barred. If you desire we can cover everything from anemia to enemas. Be afraid, be very afraid!
These classes will be recorded.
*Students who missed the original classes and are paid in full may take this course at no further cost.
Advance registration is required.
Register via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org