3 sessions:


Saturday, May 26th 
Saturday, June 2nd 
Saturday, June 9th 


11am to 1 pm


Advanced Registration is Required | Registration closes 5/15/18


Two ways to register:

1) $108.00 - Click here to register for this workshop using our downloadable form and send with check by regular mail. This workshop costs $108/person.

2) Or you can register online ($114.50 with fee) and pay using PayPal:

Registration:


Herbal Primer:

    25-30 Important and Easy to Grow Herbs for your Herb Garden

3 sessions. This class is for the beginning and developing herb garden grower. We'll discuss how to grow, harvest, and use 25-30 herbs that no herb garden should be without.


All of these herbs are easy to grow and fun to use in cooking, teas, salads, and as medicinals. A great way to get inspiration and plan your spring herb garden! Workshop takes place at Midsummer Farm 


Cost is $108 | Current Schedule | Registration  


Students will also have access to the herb plants at the Plant Sales after the workshop...

Herbal Classes- 2018 Plant Sale Season

On-Line Registration for 10 Common Herbs that Make Life Sparkle
Herbal and Compost Teas for the Garden Workshop Registration


Cost is $36 | Current Schedule | Registration 

Advanced Registration is Required | Registration closes 5/15/18

Two ways to register:

1) $36.00 - Click here to register for this workshop using our downloadable form and send with check by regular mail. 

2) Or you can register online ($38.50 with fee) and pay using PayPal:














More Herbal Courses and Workshops


The New Herbal Programs at Midsummer Farm this year! 

Plantain (Plantago)
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Self-Heal or Heal-All (Prunella)
Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis)
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
Nettle (Urtica dioica)
Chickweed (Stellaria media)
Parsley (Petroselinum hortense)
Oregano/Marjoram (Origanum vulgare/Origanum majorana)


These are all easy to grow (some have been classified as weeds). I find them to be cornerstones of herbal well-being, and I want to share how I use them in my household and everyday life. We'll go over identifying, how to harvest, drying, tincturing, freezing, etc. And we'll create some remedies, teas, and recipes using them to their fullest potential. 


Tuesday, May 22nd

10 - 12 noon


Students will have access to the Plant Sale after the workshop!


 

10 Common Herbs that Make Life Sparkle

This workshop focuses on 10 common herbs that you probably have growing in your yard (or, if not, are easy to grow!) that can add SO MUCH to your household's health and well being:


Herbal and Compost Teas for the Garden

Plants enjoy tea too! Just as with human skin, plants can absorb many nutrients through the pores on their leaves. Plant teas are applied by spraying the plants foliar areas with nutrient dense brewed liquid fertilizer - or tea. We'll go over the basics of brewing plants teas made from aged manures, compost, and various herbs. And we'll also discuss the Biodynamic 500 prep. Making your own teas is simple and easy. The cost is minimal. And the whole process is so much more clean, graceful, and effective than buying expensive commercial fertilizers. Workshop takes place at Midsummer Farm.


Tuesday, June 12th 

10 am to 12 noon


Cost is $36 | Current Schedule | Registration 


midsummer Farm

Advanced Registration is Required | Registration closes 6/5/18

Two ways to register:

1) $36.00 - Click here to register for this workshop using our downloadable form and send with check by regular mail. 

2) Or you can register online ($38.50 with fee) and pay using PayPal: