Upcoming Issues


This year we’ve got another great line up of herbs coming your way in Herbal Roots zine. Trying to plan out your herb garden for the year? Well, this is what we’ll be teaching about and what you might want to get growing in your garden! Plan ahead and make sure you’ll have the appropriate herbs available each month. I am zoned 6b so while most of these herbs are in their prime during these months, they may fluctuate ahead or behind a month for you depending on your own location. “Off season” herbs, typically December – February, may be at their peak in other locations so be sure to plan accordingly!

Some plants, such as Cardamom, Vitex and Saw Palmetto can be grown in pots and brought in during the colder seasons. Check our Link page for reputable seed and plant sources.



Herbal Roots zine upcoming issues for 2017:

January – Thuja
February – Mustard
March – Coltsfoot
April – Horsetail
May – Wild Ginger
June – Jewelweed
July – Ground Ivy
August – Wood Betony
September – Hops
October – Teasel
November – Turkey Tail
December – Astragalus

Herbal Roots zine upcoming issues for 2018:

January – Licorice
February – Speedwell
March – Sassafras
April – Calamus
May – Shepherd’s Purse
June – Wild Lettuce
July – Queen Anne’s Lace
August – Poke
September – Elecampane
October – Gravel Root
November – Oyster Mushroom
December – Ashwagandha

In 2019, in honor of our 10 year anniversary, I will be focusing on “at risk” and endangered species herbs and how to properly cultivate them to help restore them to our natural environments. If you want to get a jump start on growing them, here is the list (not in order):

American Ginseng
Black Cohosh
Blue Cohosh
False Unicorn Root
Solomon’s Seal
True Unicorn Root

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3 Responses to “Upcoming Issues”

  1. 1

    ooh, they ALL look good!

  2. 2
    Debbie Pavlovcic

    I’m so excited! I look forward to every issue. I say I’m doing this for my granddaughter, but really I just love it for myself!

  3. 3

    I can’t wait for them to come! especially the Rose and Cinnamon ones!