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On this page members can share interesting information about herbs, gardening tips, member activities, and even recipes. If you wish to post an item to this page, please contact the webmaster at webmaster@herbsociety.net

Reminder from Beverly Mussari about Natorps:


Natorps will be closing before the end of June and will reopen in the fall.

They still have herbs and scented geraniums! Last two weeks to shop!


Homerun, Sunny, and Pink Knock Out Roses 3 Gallon



Concorde, Crimson Pygmy, and Rose Glow Barberry 2 gallon



Save on Annuals!

All 3" Herbs, Veggies, Peppers, and Tomatoes



All 3"-5.5" Potted Annuals and All 6 Pack Annuals



90th Annual Garden Club of Ohio Convention

As Time Goes By …

We Celebrate Cincinnati  

June 6-8, 2018


The GCO Convention this year will be held at the Embassy Suites Northeast here in Cincinnati. There will be great programs for each day’s sessions, Awards Luncheon, Flower Show Schedule, Job’s Tears and Lavender workshops, ‘pop-up’ shops for shopping, raffle tables, and much more! Detailed information and a registration form can be found HERE.


Garden to Table: Traditions and Innovation will feature rare illustrations of gardens and their bounty dating back to the 1600s; etchings of gardens, their design and those tending them; hand colored lithographs; botanical illustrations; and 19th and early 20th century seed catalogs. The exhibit will also showcase archival materials from the founding of the Civic Garden Center, which started with Victory Gardens in 1942. In a separate gallery at the Lloyd, a crowd sourced photo exhibition, “Gardeners Who Inspire,” will grow over the course of the exhibit’s run as the community shares photos, both historic and present day, alongside framed historic photographs of local farms that practice sustainable agriculture. 

Experience the depth of the Lloyd Library's collection of botanical and horticultural material, April 6 through July 13.

Clara Berger, our garden friend, former Herb Society member and Super Plants Woman is holding two wonderful Spring Sales in her garden.  Easy parking across the street in the El Coyote parking lot.

This is the casserole served at the March Board Meeting. The recipe was requested by many, and here it is!


Notes: "...variations of this recipe: before cooking (during prep) you can add chunks of sourdough bread, diced chilies, salsa, and/or diced green onions. You can use maple or sage sausage in place of the regular sausage, if desired."


“I checked with my butcher about using goetta in place of the sausage. He said it should work, but suggested going light on the salt and pepper. There may already be enough in the goetta. Salt and pepper can be added at the table.”


Submitted by Peg Albert

At the November Board Meeting, Jan Johnson served board members a wonderful breakfast/brunch casserole. So many people requested the recipe, with upcoming holidays, and households full of company, we wanted to share it with the entire membership! 


Those of you who attended the Federated Garden Clubs of Cincinnati and Vicinity meeting Friday, October 6, were able to enjoy all the delicious food that was prepared by the member of The Herb Society. One particular dish was a huge success – Caramel Corn made by Carol Colgate. She was kind enough to share her delicious recipe!


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