Join us for our Annual Herb Sale on April 21, 2018.
Our Annual Herb Sale is your one-stop shopping as you plan your herb, vegetable, and native gardens.
Our new 2018 WGHS Plant List is now available. Check it out for all your favorite herbs, natives, and vegetables. Our list may change depending on growing conditions and availability.
The intoxicating fragrance of 10,000 herbs fills the auditorium.
We share tips about herbs and herb gardening. We provide herbal demonstrations, tasty herbal treats, and recipes.
The doors open at 8:30, but the line starts much earlier at our traditional location, the First Congregational Church at 10 West Lockwood (at Elm) in Webster Groves.
The WGHS sale has the largest selections of herbs in the area. Where else can you get your choice of mints, basils, lavenders, rosemarys, oreganos, scented geraniums, thymes, and more?
This is the largest herb sale in the St. Louis metro area, and has the greatest selection of herbs, all from Missouri growers meeting the certification requirements of the State of Missouri. No other sale has the varieties of basils, lavenders, rosemarys, thymes, sages, mints and more.
All the herbs are locally grown. The herbs have been started and grown in the same conditions as your own garden so they will transition easily to your soil.
The waiting time flies as you sample sweet and savory treats made with lavender, basil, mint, rosemary, and other tasty herbs. WGHS members gladly share recipes, tips, and tricks. Bring your herbal questions.
WGHS provides student scholarships in herb-related studies, makes donations to community projects, donates plants and member hands-on help in maintaining the herb gardens at Hawken House in Webster Groves, Mudd’s Grove in Kirkwood, and the History Village Herb Garden at Faust Park in Chesterfield. These gardens are open to the public and showcase the herbs that grow so well in this region.