The Herb Society of America
NorthEast Seacoast Unit

One of over forty units of the Herb Society of America, we are a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use, and delight of herbs.

We are interested in the history, cultivation and uses of herbs as flavoring agents; as medicinal, fragrant and dye plants; as ornamentals in garden design; as household aids; and as economic plants supplying products for modern industry.

Our meetings are usually held in the evenings on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire vicinity. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in growing and/or the use of herbs. Both experienced and novice gardeners are welcome. Our members volunteer their time and expertise to actively support the unit’s programs and projects.

 

We:

• Sponsor an annual lecture series on various herbal topics held    at Strawbery Banke Museum.

• Participate in a Herbal Study Group (for members only).

• Hold an annual Herb Plant Sale and Market Place offering a     
  wide selection of herbs and member made herbal products.

• Support public herb gardens including the herb garden at
  Strawbery Banke Museum.

• Fund a local horticultural scholarship.

• Participate in the Strawbery Banke Museum NH Fall Festival
  where we answer questions in the herb garden and help visitors
  make complementary herbal sachets and tussie-mussies.

Disclaimer: It is the policy of the Herb Society of America not to advise or recommend herbs for medicinal or health use. Please consult a health care provider before pursuing any herbal treatments.

 

Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018

    How-to with Native Plants

    Native plants play a vital role in maintaining and restoring ecosystems. Join The Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit on May 22nd at 7:15pm in Strawbery Banke’s Tyco Center as Ayn Whytemare, owner of Found Well Farm in Pembroke NH, discusses how to establish the best possible setting for either adding more native plants or bringing out the best in the plants you have. Ideas on dealing with invasive plants, crowded landscapes, and design will be discussed. A selection of native plants will be offered for sale at the lecture.

Become a Member

  • Have all of the benefits of being part of a national organization while working locally with other members to promote the knowledge, use and delight of herbs. Membership is open to anyone interested in growing, using or studying herbs. We welcome both experienced and novice gardeners. Meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday evening of the month. For more information, click here to download the membership brochure.

    To Join Now or Renew Your Membership, click on the Pay Now button. You will be taken to a separate and secure payment window.

     









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