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Whether you are looking for new culinary twists, in-depth gardening advice, wellness information or ideas on how to use your herbs, we offer programs that inspire you to try something new. Explore our current list of programs preregistration is required: Workshops One-time sessions on a single topic that rotate seasonally.
Check back quarterly or join our Facebook page or email mailing list. Intensives A series of classes that allow participants to delve into specific areas of herb education. Herbal education is a lifelong study. Intensives are a series of classes providing a more immersive experience.
Students study with the herb center staff as well as herb experts from around Ohio to learn botany, in depth herb profiles, herbal folklore and history, and culinary or wellness approaches.
Moving beyond lecture, students also examine and experiment with herbs using multi-sensory techniques and learning practical, hands-on applications. Intensives courses require curiosity and commitment, but students find they gain a new and deeper understanding of herbs.
As head of the Herbal Trail, we can create an herbal experience that your group will not forget. For more information on what Gahanna has to offer, visit the Gahanna Visitors Bureau.
Plan your visit today! This class will simplify the complex art of brewing herbal teas. Learn new techniques like infusions and decoctions; understand what makes a tonic different than a tea and when to brew one or the other.
Discover the allure surrounding elixirs.
Thyme for Fun in the Kitchen Herbs can be the signature part of a culinary experience with their sweet, tart, and pungent flavors. Discover the fun facts about popular kitchen blends such as Herbs de Provence. Learn new ways to enhance every day recipes with herbals salts, sugars, butters and simple syrups.
Participants come away inspired to create their own culinary creations using herbs. Natural cleaning products made right in your own home provide better indoor air quality, greatly reduce the use of toxic products, and help save money.
Learn how to make your own home-made soft scrub, herbal laundry aids, window cleaner, and herbal air fresheners. The Symbolic Language of Herbs Before texting, emails and even phones, people used to communicate with plant bouquets.
Floriography, the language of flowers, was a practice that focused specific meanings and messages in the arrangement and with particular flowers and herbs. We will discuss the history of this practice and how it has been transformed through the ages, particularly by the Victorian era.
Learn the secret messages of some of our favorite garden herbs. Each craft is themed to match the related experiential workshop. Contact the Herb Center at Inside you will find local honeys, custom selected teas, custom scented candles, tea presses and tea accessories.
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