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resources

for all your eastern massachusetts botanical needs

organizations & institutions

HERBSTALK

New England's premier herb festival! It takes place in Somerville on the first weekend of every June. In 2017 it will be on June 3rd & 4th at the Armory. We'll be there! And don't miss the Wintergreen Market which takes place each November on Small Business Saturday (November 25th, 2017).

Boston Food Forest Coalition

Working to make the Boston landscape a more delicious place. 

The New Garden Society

Transforming landscapes and lives by bringing gardens & horticultural education into Massachusetts prisons.

Commonwealth Center for Holistic Herbalism

Classes, clinics, and herbs galore.

Boston School of Herbal Studies

Apprenticeships, classes, and workshops.

The Old Oak Dojo

A gathering place in Jamaica Plain.

 

herbalists, health practitioners, & educators

Steph Zabel

Flowerfolk Herbs (Somerville & Melrose)

Su Cousineau

Taproot Healing (Jamaica Plain)

Maribeth Keane

Earth Blossom Herbals (Jamaica Plain)

Melanie Brown

Fir & Elm (Cambridge)

Natalia Karoway

Sacred Botanica (Maynard)

Iris Weaver

Soul Gardens (Beverly)

 

floral design

Tansy and Mallow (Watertown)

 

shops, restaurants, bakeries, & farms

Cambridge Naturals (Cambridge)

Crose Nest (Lowell)

Agricultural Hall (Jamaica Plain)

Follow the Honey (Cambridge)

Curio Spice (Cambridge)

Boston General Store (Brookline & Dedham)

Monumental Cupcakes (Jamaica Plain)

Forage (Cambridge)

Brookwood Community Farm (Canton)

Flora Verdura (Lincoln)

 

books

Rosemary Gladstar's Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health

Making Plant Medicine by Richo Cech

Identifying and Harvesting Edible and Medicinal Plants by "Wildman" Steve Brill

Herbal Rituals: Recipes for Everyday Living by Judith Berger

Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification By Thomas J. Elpel

 

plant wonderlands

The Arnold Arboretum (Jamaica Plain)

The Fenway Victory Gardens (Boston)

Franklin Park (Jamaica Plain)

The Blue Hills Reservation (Canton)

Mount Auburn Cemetery (Watertown)

Tower Hill (Boylston)

Bonsai West (Littleton)

Allen C. Haskell Public Gardens (New Bedford)