Herbal Links of Interest 

Interested in herbal history research or learning more about herbs and how beneficial herbs can be especially for chronic skin conditions?

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Herbal History Research Network
An academic network sharing blogs on topics exploring research on the history of herbal medicine. Regular herbal history blogs 

The Herb Society
Established in 1927 by Hilda Leyel, this group supports the practice of British herbal medicine, publishes blogs and  a quarterly magazine for members. Also look out for the Herb Society stand at the major flower shows including  the RHS Tatton Park flower show 20-24 July 2022.

Henriette's Herbal Homepage
Welcome to the bark side! One of the oldest and largest herbal information sites on the web. A true treasure trove and many of the old herbal texts available to view.

Herts Herb Group
Now in its 26th year, the group meets on the first Wednesday of each month at St Bonaventure’s Church Hall, Parkway Welwyn Garden City and looking forward to resuming talks in the autumn of 2022.

Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust: Home

Caring for nature reserves and wild places across Hertfordshire and Middlesex. Support your local wildlife and set a side a patch in the garden for nettles and wildflowers to feed bees, caterpillars and insects.

Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland (BSBI)

For everyone who cares about the wild plants of Britain & Ireland. Promoting the study and understanding botany since 1836.

Burston growing inspiration

Owned by the Pearson family since 1978, an independent garden centre with cafe, fishery and an enormous selection of medicinal plants.

Medicinal Forest Garden Trust

Promotes education and research towards sustainable cultivation and harvesting of medicinal trees and shrubs. Also check out Anne's book, The Medicinal Forest Handbook, with lots of information to help you grown your own trees, many of which will flourish in pots!