Transplanting

Transplanting is easiest and more successful if done while plants are small.

Here is a short list of what is available for transplanting in May:

  • Anise hyssop

  • Arnica (Arnica chamissonis)

  • Bee Balm (Monarda fistulosa)

  • Blessed thistle

  • Boneset

  • Borage 

  • Bugleweed (Lycopus americanus)

  • California Poppy

  • Chamomile 

  • Chives

  • Comfrey

  • Cornflower, blue

  • Echinacea purpurea

  • Evening primrose

  • Feverfew

  • Hyssop

  • Joe Pye weed

  • Lemon Balm

  • Marshmallow

  • Monarda fistulosa

  • Mints

  • Oregano

  • Prairie Sage

  • Sage, Lyre leaf (Salvia lyrata)

  • St. John's Wort

  • Self-Heal

  • Skullcap, American

  • Skullcap, Barbat

  • Sweetgrass

  • Sweet Woodruff

  • White Horehound

Contact me to set up a time to meet at the garden or at my house.  Bring containers for transporting your plants.  I'll do the digging while you do the labeling and organizing in your containers. 

There is no set price for the plants. Just as with the You-Pick Medicinal Herbs Garden, a freewill donation is appreciated and will be put right back into the garden itself.

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Now at the Garden

Ready in the garden!

Although many leafy plants can be picked throughout the growing season, they are at their best in spring and early summer when they are still young, fresh and vibrant.  Flowers are best picked when they are just coming into full bloom, as half are open and half are in bud. 

  • Dandelion Greens

  • Dandelion Flowers

  • Dandelion Whole Plant (great for making dandelion vinegar!)

  • Plantain

  • Cleavers

  • Creeping Charlie

More to come very soon!

If you would like to gather plants, let me know a few days and times that work for you and I'm sure we can arrange it.