At the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Athens, GA
Saturday, March 26
10:00 am- 12:00 noon
Holli Richey, MS, MAT, Clinical Herbalist
Meet at Shade Garden Arbor
Members $15; non-members $18
On an instructional walk through the State Botanical Garden trails and gardens with clinical herbalist and plant enthusiast Holli Richey, enjoy the native spring ephemerals in bloom while hearing stories of how people have used Solomon’s seal, bloodroot, trillium, spiderwort, as well as common trees and other perennials, for food and medicine
The ornamental Datura with a mysteriously bizarre past. Very toxic in small doses, though historically used as medicine.
Mark your calendars and register early to join Holli Richey for the Edible & Medicinal Garden & Weed Walk at the Brick House Studios Saturday August 7th from 10am-2pm. $35, Lunch included.
Participants will meander through the gardens of the oldest standing brick house in Oglethorpe County (c. 1820), while learning the medicinal and edible attributes of the garden flowers and wild weeds.
Included is a gourmet lunch served on vintage tablecloths, either outside in the shade or indoors, depending on the weather. The menu will be offering wild delectable weeds, fresh-from-the-garden vegetables, edible flowers, herbal infusion teas, and refreshing mint & lemon balm “mock”-tails.
Elephant Ears (Taro) at the Brick House.
Space is limited, so register early by either calling or emailing Holli Richey, 404-695-1812; firstname.lastname@example.org
1892 Athens Rd. Crawford, GA 30630
On Hwy 78, 12 miles east of Athens. On the left. 1.5 miles passed the Oglethrope County line.
Brick House Studios behind a beauty-berry bush
What a wonderful way to spend a Saturday!