Two new monographs, Garlic and Maidenhair fern...

Heyo, there's two new plant monographs on HerbRally and I just wanted to let ya know about 'em. One of them is a personal fave, garlic. Who doesn't love this amazing plant? If you want to be schooled on this Allium, you should check out the 5 page report of it by my good friend and regular HerbRally contributor, Krystal Thompson: http://www.herbrally.com/monographs/garlic.

And I'm so happy to say that there's a new contributor on the monographs page, herbalist and author David Bruce Leonard! Check out his fantastic write-up on Maidenhair fern: http://www.herbrally.com/monographs/maidenhair-fern. The Maidenhair post was HerbRally's 10th monograph! It's exciting for me to get more herbalist's voices on the website, so it's great to keep expanding this section. Definitely be on the lookout for more posts from the regulars, and best believe you'll hear from new herbalists in the future!

If you're in Oregon, I wanted to mention my good friends just started a new herbalism school called the Cascadia Botanical Institute. Be sure and check out all of their fantastic upcoming classes and events here: http://www.plantschool.org/classes-workshops/

That's all I've got for now. I'll be adding a whole heap of events in the coming week, so you can expect to see those updates soon. 

Hope you had a great solstice :)

XOXO,

Mason

Mason is the creator of HerbRally and the Event and Outreach Coordinator for Mountain Rose Herbs. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.

Mason is the creator of HerbRally and the Event and Outreach Coordinator for Mountain Rose Herbs. He studied herbalism, wildcrafting and botany at the Columbines School of Botanical Studies in Eugene, OR.