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September 2014 – Yielding Yellow Dock

Posted in Uncategorized on September 2nd, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!

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September is giving way to the herbs of autumn and Yellow Dock is on the top of the list for harvestable herbs this time of year! This month we’ll explore the medicinal and edible aspects of Yellow Dock, when and how to harvest and what Yellow Dock is best used for, all through fun games, recipes, crafts, stories and songs.

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Yielding Yellow Dock Table of Contents:

Note to Parents
Supply List
Calendar
Herb Spirit
All About Yellow Dock
Herbal Glossary
Scramble, Search and More: Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins & Minerals,Word Search,  Word Scramble, Vitamin and Mineral Split
Herbal Botany
Herbal Lore: Yellow Dock Yields
Songs and Poems: Curly Leaf, Yellow Root Dock; Yellow Dock Cinquain
Herbal Recipes: Yellow Dock Extract, Root Tea, Iron Building Syrup, Yellow Dock Vinegar, Crunchy Crackers, Sautéed Greens
Coloring Page
Herbal Crafts: Leaf rubbing/drawing of Yellow Dock, Yellow Dock Flower ARrangements, Harvesting & Preparing Yellow Dock Seed, Harvesting and Drying Yellow Dock Root
Maze: Find Your Way Through the Broad Dock Leaf
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Yellow Dock
Crossword Puzzle
Resources

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48 pages from Cover to Cover. This month only, $3.99. After September 30, 2014, the price will go up to $7.99.

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[Herbal Rootlets]: No. 20 – What kids should put in their herbal journals

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20th, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!

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So you’ve decided to have your kids start an herbal journal.

Now what?

What exactly should they “journal” about?

If they need help to get started, these ideas should help!

- Leaf rubbings. They can write the common and botanical name next to the leaves if they know them.

- Poems about plants. They can write their own or look up famous poems about their favorite herbs. Or both.

- Famous paintings of plants. Or their own painting of plants. Or both.

- Monthly drawings of the same plant. This is especially useful for showing growth and changes over the season.

- Photographs of plants. A snapshot of the same plant when it is drawn each month is a nice compliment to the monthly drawings.

- Plant life cycle cards or drawings.

- Venn diagrams comparing two different plants that are seemingly alike. Just how alike are they? Venn diagrams can help with that.

- Favorite recipes using herbs. Make up some recipes and write down the results. They can be recipes for foods, tea blends, or remedies.

- How a particular plant makes them feel when they sit with it.

- A song about the plants. Maybe a Herbal Roots zine song about their favorite one? Or one they’ve made up themselves.

- A chart showing the growth of plants. This works well with the monthly plant drawings and photographs.

- Pressed flowers or leaves. Seeds from the plant.

- Drawings of the various plant parts. The leaves, stems, roots, seeds, flowers, etc.

- Seed catalog collages.

- A list of favorite herbals or herb related story books. (Need a list to get you started? Check out our book list at our website).

- A labeled drawing of a plant flower. Drawings of several plants to compare. Can they see similarities?

- A list of all the plants that grow in the back yard.

- A list of all the plant families that those plants are in. Can they place all their plants under each plant family?

These are just a few suggestions of what to put in their herbal journals. What are some other ideas you might have come up with?
Herbal Blessings,
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Giveaway Monday – Mountain Rose Herbs Yellow Dock Package

Posted in Uncategorized on August 18th, 2014 by kristine — 8 Comments

***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO SHER! SHE IS THIS WEEK’S WINNER!***mrh-logo

This week, we are giving away a package all about Yellow Dock, Herbal Roots zine’s herb for September! This package contains Yellow Dock extract and 3 cotton tea nets!

This packages contains:

 

1 oz of organic Rumex crispus root extract

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4 oz Persephone’s Tea Blend
Going down to the underworld and rising up renewed. When you’ve been overworked, overindulging, or under stress remember … Be kind to yourself and your liver. This is a blend for transitions, a soothing rooty decoction to help support your hard working liver.
Contains: organic Dandelion root, organic Eleuthero root, organic Burdock root, organic Milk Thistle seed, and organic Yellow Dockroot.

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1 – 4″ cotton tea net

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Mountain Rose Herbs is a certified organic processor through Oregon Tilth which is fully accredited with the USDA National Organic Program. Since 1987 they have continuously worked for the advancement of sustainable organic agriculture and state they will continue this lifelong passion into the future. They wholeheartedly recommend discovering the joys to be found in organic food products and the best place to start is right here at Mountain Rose Herbs. From the herbs they offer, to the teas they process and the oils they have distilled.

M0untain Rose also has a great YouTube Channel which offers an amazing amount of tutorials and educational videos, many created by John Gallagher and Rosalee de la Foret of Learningherbs.com.

You can also follow them on their Blog for more information and great Giveaway offers!

Love Mountain Rose Herbs? You can show your support by ‘liking’ them on Facebook. Tell them Herbal Roots zine sent you!

Want a chance to win this awesome package from Mountain Rose Herbs? Leave a comment! For more chances to win, leave a separate comment every time you do one of the following:

-if you’re a kid, tell me how old you are and what your favorite Herbal Roots zine activities are

-Check out MRH’s website and tell me some of your favorite things

-Blog about it (leave reference link)

-Follow Mountain Rose Herbs on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Become a follower of Mountain Rose Herbs on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

-Facebook/Myspace/Tweet about it (leave reference link)

-Sign up for the Herbal Roots zine monthly newsletter (and receive an issue for free!)

-Post some pictures of your August activities using Herbal Roots and Passionflower on the Flickr Group Page (Be sure to tell us about it!)

-Become a follower of Herbal Roots on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Follow Herbal Roots zine on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

Sign ups end on and I’ll draw the winner on Monday, August 25, 2014. Thanks for entering and good luck!

 

[Herbal Rootlets]: No. 19 – Secrets to getting kids excited about herbs

Posted in Uncategorized on August 13th, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!

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Everyone keeps asking, “What’s the secret to getting kids interested in herbs?”

It’s simple really.

Kids naturally want to learn. It doesn’t matter WHAT we teach them, they love to learn.

Kids are naturally curious. And, unless we squash that desire, they will do their darnedest to learn. Parents and teachers alike are nodding your heads at this, you know what I’m saying.

So, if you want them to learn about herbs, all you need to do is use them. Apply herbs to your everyday life. Whether you homeschool, public school, private school, unschool or any other type of school or non-school, just bring herbs into your every day life…..

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-FOOD: Hippocrates said: Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food. Has anyone ever said it better than that? Any time you can add herbs to your food, do. Garlic. Thyme. Sage. Rosemary. Onion. Parsley. Nettles. And so on.

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-TEA. Drink herb tea. Chamomile, Peppermint, Ginger for tummy aches. Nettles and Alfalfa for vitamins. Oats to relax…

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-MEDICINE. Start with easy things. Plantain for bug bites, stings, cuts. Simple poultices are easy and effective. Work your way up to salves, tinctures and other herbal remedies.

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-GAMES. John and Kimberly Gallagher created Wildcraft! several years back and it really is a fun game that kids love to play and naturally learn about herbs while they do it. On my website, I have a free downloadable Herbal Bingo game that you can print and play bingo with. It’s a great way to teach kids about herbs and get them curious about what those herbs can do. If you haven’t already, check out my website, it’s full of resources for games and activities for teaching kids about herbs.

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-STORY TIME. There are lots of great story books that talk about the medicinal uses of herbs. Whether it’s coloring books, curriculums, fictional stories or non-fictional herbals, I’ve got them listed. And I’m adding to that list when I find new ones! I’ve also got herbal games, cards, posters, television shows, videos and cd’s on there. You can see the full list at .http://www.herbalrootszine.com/book-list/

Kids have a natural desire to learn. As long as your nurture that desire, they will continue to want to learn about the natural plant world around them. What do you do to teach your kids about herbs? What ‘secrets’ have you discovered in getting them excited about herbs? Let us know at our Facebook page, we’d love to hear from you!

Herbal Blessings,

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Giveaway Monday – Stress Balance Tea from Morgan Botanicals

Posted in Uncategorized on August 12th, 2014 by kristine — 9 Comments

***CONGRATULATIONS TO TINA! SHE IS THIS WEEK’S WINNER!***morgan-botanicals-stress-balance-tea-blend

This week, I am delighted to have Morgan Botanicals’ Stress Balance tea in the limelight! Look at this gorgeous blend of herbs Jessica puts into her tea blend!

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Everyone needs a tea for balancing those stressful moments! Enjoy this relaxing and calming tea when you just want to chill out, or during times of high anxiety and stress.

Enjoy several times a day. Contains enough herbs for approx. 20-30 cups of tea. Loose Leaf

All-Natural and Local Grown ingredients:

  • Lemon Balm Leaves (Melissa officinalis)
  • Oats Straw and Oat Tops (Avena sativa)
  • Chamomile Flowers (Matricaria recutita
  • Linden Leaves and Flowers (Tilia europaea)
  • Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)
  • Lavender Blossom (Lavandula spp)

2 oz (56.7g)

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About Morgan Botanicals:

Morgan Botanicals is a small handmade company owned and operated by Jessica Morgan; Community Herbalist and Environmental Horticulture and Crop Science Graduate.

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About Jessica Morgan:

Jessica Morgan is an herbalist, horticulturist and crop science graduate; a certified CA master gardener and junior master gardener teacher, as well an obsessed plant photographer, avid forager and wild foodie. Jessica has been a practicing herbalist for over 20 years (self taught and mentored) and has completed a three year course of herbal study under Michael and Lesley Tierra at the East West School of Herbology. Her continuing education includes all aspects of the science and art of Herbalism including Traditional Chinese Medicine, Native American Medicine, Ayurveda, Vitalism and Botany, as well as, Nutrition and Aromatherapy.

Jessica’s lifelong passion for herbology, holistic nutrition, and gardening has led her to develop Morgan Botanicals where she shares her knowledge of plants and helps people reconnect with the healing powers of the plant kingdom. Jessica offers a year around Herbal CSA, medicine making workshops, herbal mentoring, children’s classes, plant walks, wellness consultations, custom blends and garden and crop advice.

Love Morgan Botanicals? You can show your support by ‘liking’ them on Facebook. Tell them Herbal Roots zine sent you!

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Want a chance to win this lovely tea blend from Morgan Botanicals? Leave a comment! For more chances to win, leave a separate  comment every time you do one of the following:

-if you’re a kid, tell me how old you are and what your favorite Herbal Roots zine activities are

-Check out Morgan Botanical’s website and tell me some of your favorite things

-Blog about it (leave reference link)

-Follow Morgan Botanicals on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #morganbotanicals #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Become a follower of Morgan Botanicals on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #morganbotanicals #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

-Facebook/Myspace/Tweet about it (leave reference link)

-Sign up for the Herbal Roots zine monthly newsletter (and receive an issue for free!)

-Post some pictures of your August activities using Herbal Roots and Passionflower on the Flickr Group Page (Be sure to tell us about it!)

-Become a follower of Herbal Roots on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #morganbotanicals #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Follow Herbal Roots zine on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #morganbotanicals #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

Sign ups end on and I’ll draw the winner on Monday, August 18, 2014. Thanks for entering and good luck!

Rules of this giveaway:

-You must follow entry rules for each comment for your comment to qualify. For example, if we ask for you to pin the giveaway and you have, please leave your pinterest name in comments so we can find your pin with the correct hash tags listed.

-If you’ve won a giveaway within the last 3 months, please refrain from signing up for the current giveaway so that everyone can have a chance to win! Winners from the last 3 months giveaways will be automatically removed if they leave comments.

-Contest is open internationally unless otherwise mentioned.

-”Liking” Morgan Botanicals and/or Herbal Roots zine on Facebook does not qualify as an entry (due to Facebook’s rules and regulations). We are thrilled if you like us but please don’t mention that in the comments as part of the requirements for signing up for the giveaway.

[Herbal Rootlets]: No. 18 – Herbal fun during the summer

Posted in Uncategorized on August 6th, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!
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It’s August now and summer is starting to wind down. But, there’s still plenty of time to have some herbal fun! Are the kids bored? Do you find that they are now spending more time playing video games than enjoying the beautiful outdoors? Try out a few of these ideas to get them outside and having fun learning about herbs!

HOST A HERBAL TEA PARTY. Check out my post from a few years back on having a Rosie Tea Party. While this particular tea party was all about Rose, you could easily tie in other edible herbs to personalize it to your own backyard. Kids love tea parties, and they love planning them even more! Make sure they participate in the planning, harvesting, and creating as well as the partying!

CREATE A SCAVENGER HUNT. Make a list of herbs that grow in your back yard and turn it into a scavenger hunt….Can they find leaves growing from the ground with ribs (Plantain)? How about heart shaped leaves (Violet)? Leaves with jagged teeth (Dandelion, Wild Lettuce, Sow Thistle, Thistle)? Bonus points if they can name the common name and even more if they know the botanical name and/or some medicinal uses of the plants.

COLLECT SOME LEAVES AND DO LEAF RUBBINGS. Leaf rubbings make great pictures for cards. Why not get started on some holiday gifts by doing some leaf rubbing card sets to give away to friends and family?

TRY YOUR HAND AT FORAGING. This is a really great time of the year to harvest wild edibles. Blackberries, Chokecherries, Lamb’s Quarters leaves, Yellow Dock seeds, and so on. Make sure that they are all positively identified before eating them, if you are new to foraging, always stick to safe plants that have no poisonous lookalikes.
START A NATURE JOURNAL. Nature journals area a great way to keep track of plants and learn about them. Spend 20 – 30 minutes at least once a week (try to do more if you can) going outside with pens, markers, colored pencils, watercolors or even crayons to sketch the plants that grow in your backyard. Bring a few identification and herbal books with you so that you can look up information to write next to the drawings about the plants. Often just drawing and writing about a plant will spark interest to do more such as make salves, tinctures, teas or vinegars. Explore ways to use that plant.
These are just a few ways to add to your summertime fun. Can you think of more ideas? I’d love to hear about them!  Let me know how you’re getting started in teaching your kids about herbs on my Facebook page.
Herbal Blessings,
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Beautiful Herb Quilt Raffle

Posted in Uncategorized on August 6th, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!

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Last winter, a friend of mine was looking for herb drawings to have a quilt made for a raffle to help raise money for the Trillium Center, a center for wilderness skills, self reliance and other folk arts. Leah, a community herbalist in Conneaut, Ohio, leads plant walks showing participants how to identify medicinal, edible, and poisonous plants; tell them stories, folklore, and traditional and current methods of preparing wild plants. The Trillium Center hosts a variety of educational programs, including a FREE children’s program to teach about wild edibles and medicinals.

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I submitted several drawings of herbs for her to select from and the artist sewing the quilt decided to use 8 of my drawings: Dandelion, Wild Bergamot, Trillium, Chicory, Crampbark, New England Aster, Chickweed, and Marshmallow. The center of the quilt hosts the Trillium Center’s logo.

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This beautiful quilt is being raffled off to raise money for the Trillium Center, which will go to worthwhile projects and programs such as the children’s program, which is open to all members of their community.

To keep updated on the raffle and the Trillium Center’s projects, like them on Facebook!

Giveaway Monday – Passionflower Package from Mountain Rose Herbs

Posted in Uncategorized on August 4th, 2014 by kristine — 17 Comments

***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO HEATHER! SHE IS THE WINNER!***mrh-logo

This week, we are giving away a package all about Passionflower, next month’s herb! With this package, you’ll be able to grow some of your own Passionflower, as well as create some of your own herbal creations and get a jump start on trying out an extract of Passionflower before yours is ready!

This packages contains:

4 oz of dried Passionflower

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1 oz of organic Passionflower edulis extract

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1 package of Passionflower incarnata seed from Horizon Herbs

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Mountain Rose Herbs is a certified organic processor through Oregon Tilth which is fully accredited with the USDA National Organic Program. Since 1987 they have continuously worked for the advancement of sustainable organic agriculture and state they will continue this lifelong passion into the future. They wholeheartedly recommend discovering the joys to be found in organic food products and the best place to start is right here at Mountain Rose Herbs. From the herbs they offer, to the teas they process and the oils they have distilled.

M0untain Rose also has a great YouTube Channel which offers an amazing amount of tutorials and educational videos, many created by John Gallagher and Rosalee de la Foret of Learningherbs.com.

You can also follow them on their Blog for more information and great Giveaway offers!

Love Mountain Rose Herbs? You can show your support by ‘liking’ them on Facebook. Tell them Herbal Roots zine sent you!

Want a chance to win this awesome package from Mountain Rose Herbs? Leave a comment! For more chances to win, leave a separate  comment every time you do one of the following:

-if you’re a kid, tell me how old you are and what your favorite Herbal Roots zine activities are

-Check out MRH’s website and tell me some of your favorite things

-Blog about it (leave reference link)

-Follow Mountain Rose Herbs on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Become a follower of Mountain Rose Herbs on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

-Facebook/Myspace/Tweet about it (leave reference link)

-Sign up for the Herbal Roots zine monthly newsletter (and receive an issue for free!)

-Post some pictures of your July activities using Herbal Roots and Borage on the Flickr Group Page (Be sure to tell us about it!)

-Become a follower of Herbal Roots on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Follow Herbal Roots zine on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #mountainroseherbs #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

Sign ups end on and I’ll draw the winner on Monday, August 11, 2014. Thanks for entering and good luck!

Rules of this giveaway:

-You must follow entry rules for each comment for your comment to qualify. For example, if we ask for you to pin the giveaway and you have, please leave your pinterest name in comments so we can find your pin with the correct hash tags listed.

-If you’ve won a giveaway within the last 3 months, please refrain from signing up for the current giveaway so that everyone can have a chance to win! Winners from the last 3 months giveaways will be automatically removed if they leave comments.

-Contest is open internationally unless otherwise mentioned.

-”Liking” Mountain Rose Herbs and/or Herbal Roots zine on Facebook does not qualify as an entry (due to Facebook’s rules and regulations). We are thrilled if you like us but please don’t mention that in the comments as part of the requirements for signing up for the giveaway.

August 2014 – The Peaceful Power of Passionflower

Posted in Uncategorized on August 1st, 2014 by kristine — Be the first to comment!

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This month it’s time to gaze upon the beauty and power of Passionflower! More than just a crazy beautiful flower, this North American native gives us lots of useful medicine and food.

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This month we’ll explore Passionflower, through songs, stories, games, activities and more.

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The Peaceful Power of Passionflower Table of Contents:

Note to Parents
Supply List
Calendar
Herb Spirit
All About Passionflower
Herbal Glossary
Scramble, Search and More: Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins & Minerals,Word Search,  Word Scramble, How Many Words?
Herbal Botany
Herbal Lore: How Passionflower Came to Be
Songs and Poems: Passionflower, Here I Come, Passionflower Blooms
Herbal Recipes: Passionflower Extract, Passionflower Tea, Passionflower Infused Oil, Dream Balm, Passion Punch
Coloring Page
Herbal Crafts: Leaf rubbing/drawing of Passionflower, Starting Passionflower from Cuttings, Crochet a Passionflower Headband
Maze: Find Your Way Through the Passionflower Leaf
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Passionflower
Crossword Puzzle
Resources

48 pages from Cover to Cover. This month only, $3.99. After August 31, 2014, the price will go up to $7.99.

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Giveaway Monday – The Famous Herbs Playing Cards Deck

Posted in Uncategorized on July 21st, 2014 by kristine — 46 Comments

***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO KATIE RUTLAND, SHE IS THIS WEEK’S WINNER!***

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Awhile back I picked up a few packs of these lovely playing cards. This week I am giving away a pack of them to one lucky winner! These lovely little cards feature all sorts of herbs that grow in our gardens and will make a lovely addition to your herbal game collection. Use them as flash cards to test your knowledge about each herb, do a matching “plant family” game or make up your own game to play with them. This deck is a full card deck.

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List of cards:

Agrimony, Angelica, Aniseed, Basil, Bay, Bergamot, Betony, Borage, Calendula, Caraway, Chamomile, Chervil, Chives, Clove Pink, Coltsfoot, Comfrey, Coriander, Costmary, Dandelion, Dill, Evening Primrose, Eyebright, Fennel, Feverfew, Garlic, Hawthorn, Hop, Hyssop, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Lily of the Valley, Lovage, Lungwort, Marjoram, Marshmallow, Monkshood, Nasturium, Oregano, Parsley, Peppermint, Purple Sage, Raspberry, Rosemary, Rue, Saffron, Sorrel, Spearmint, Sweet Violet, Sweet Woodruff, Tansy, Tarragon, Thyme, and Valerian

For a chance to win this lovely deck of cards leave a comment below. And for each of the following you do, you can win an extra chance to win:

-if you’re a kid, tell me how old you are and what your favorite Herbal Roots zine activities are

-Blog about it (leave reference link)

-Facebook/Myspace/Tweet about it (leave reference link)

-Sign up for the Herbal Roots zine monthly newsletter (and receive an issue for free!)

-Post some pictures of your July activities using Herbal Roots and Borage on the Flickr Group Page (Be sure to tell us about it!)

-Become a follower of Herbal Roots on Twitter and tweet this giveaway with hashtags #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your pinterest name in comments so we can find you)

-Follow Herbal Roots zine on Pinterest and pin this giveaway with hashtags #giveawaymonday #herbalrootszine (list your twitter ID in comments so we can find you)

Sign ups end on and I’ll draw the winner on Monday, July 28, 2014. Thanks for entering and good luck!

Rules of this giveaway:

-You must follow entry rules for each comment for your comment to qualify. For example, if we ask for you to pin the giveaway and you have, please leave your pinterest name in comments so we can find your pin with the correct hash tags listed.

-If you’ve won a giveaway within the last 3 months, please refrain from signing up for the current giveaway so that everyone can have a chance to win! Winners from the last 3 months giveaways will be automatically removed if they leave comments.

-Contest is open internationally unless otherwise mentioned.

-”Liking” Herbal Roots zine on Facebook does not qualify as an entry (due to Facebook’s rules and regulations). We are thrilled if you like us but please don’t mention that in the comments as part of the requirements for signing up for the giveaway.