Old World Medicinal Plants For Albuquerque Gardens

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The Xeric Garden Club of Albuquerque presents a free talk on healing herbs of antiquity by local horticulturist Dara Saville. The presentation, Old World Medicinal Plants for Albuquerque Gardens, takes place on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10am in the Piñon Room of the Albuquerque Garden Center. Saville, an herbalist who has a master's degree in landscape geography and ecology resource management, lectures about the medicinal properties of some European-derived plants, growing conditions and harvesting strategies for local growers as she concentrates on the best plants for local cultivation. This event is free and open to all ages with a green thumb. (August March)

Saturday Feb 8, 2020

10120 Lomas Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87112
US

Cost:

FREE

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ALL-AGES!

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Dara Saville discusses the best medicinal plants for local cultivation with a focus on healing herbs, growing conditions, harvesting and medicinal uses.

Dara Saville

The Xeric Garden Club of Albuquerque invites you to join Dara Saville for a talk on the best medicinal plants for local cultivation. Her presentation will focus on healing herbs from the Old World including some of the most famous apothecary remedies. She will discuss growing conditions, harvesting, and medicinal uses. Dara Saville is affiliated with Albuquerque Herbalism and the Yerba Mansa Project. She has a Masters in Landscape Geography and Ecology Resource Management and has also done fieldwork with the National Park Service. Piñon room at the Albuquerque Garden Center. See us on Facebook at Xeric Garden Club of Albuquerque.