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Welcome spring on Saturday, April 25, 2015, the date of our annual herb sale.

We are already planning the sale. Our updated list for 2015 will appear here early next year. Although the list varies from year to year, depending on grower availability and weather conditions, we have provided our 2014 WGHS Herbs list so you can get an idea of herbs that may be available. You can start planning your herb garden now.

If you would like to see a certain herb at our sale, let us know. Contact us at herbs@wgherbs.org.

We will have the traditional herb favorites including many varieties of salvia, basils, lavenders, rosemaries, scented geraniums, and more.

Chefs

Chefs serving herbal treats

The line starts to form early.

sweet basil at Mudds Grove 2013

Sweet basil is a favorite.

Garden Sage and Pineapple Sage

Garden Sage and Pineapple Sage

Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten'

Berggarten sage

WGHS Herb Baskets

Bring your basket to fill with herbs.

Isis Candy Cherry Tomatoes

Isis Candy cherry tomatoes

Artemisia Wreath

Herbal wreath featuring artemisia

Maddy's Garden

Kids can grow herbs too.

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.

 

 wghs_logo_030513-2.jpg  Mexican bush sage at Mudds Grove 2013  rosemary at Mudds Grove 2013  sweet basil at Mudds Grove 2013

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