Johnson County 
Herb Society

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Join The JCHS For Some Summer Thyme Fun

Saturday August 26th

9:00 - 2:00

Summer Thyme Herbal

Johnson County Herb Society Demo Garden Tours 10:30 & 12:00 

 FREE Seed Swap all Day



Make & Take

Limit 20 projects

How to make Calendula Infused Oil


 use your infused oil



Calendula Salve


Seed Swap

All Day


Demo Garden Tours

10:30 & 12:00


The Taste of Herbs


Lori Valentine Rose,


How to use the taste of herbs to figure out herbal actions

Dr. Lori Rose

 (PhD), Certified Nutrition Professional, Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition, Registered Herbalist (AHG), teaches biology, nutrition, herbalism, and wellness coaching at Hill College and founded the Hill College Holistic Wellness Pathway, the only holistic pathway that integrates nutrition, coaching, and clinical herbalism into one affordable, financial-aid eligible program. 


Tatanka's Garden

 Native American Medicinal Plants


 Pat Kriener

Herbalist & Historical Interpreter 

Garden Tour or PowerPoint depending on the weather

Pat Kriener lives on a 2 acre mini-farm called Wildwood Cottage where she gardens & raises multiple critters. She has had an almost 25 year professional adventure in Gardening & Herbalism, earning multiple certifications along the way. For the past several years she has been working as an Historical Interpreter. During this time she has researched, installed & demonstrated the historical uses of plants by Native Americans & Texas Pioneers. In 2014 she started working at the Big Bear Native American Museum as a Historical Interpreter/Education Coordinator. She has turned her eye to develop Tantanka's Garden as a teaching garden that focuses on the Native American use of plants. Pat loves to share her experiences as an educator for adult & children's programs on multiple topics. Her best advice for anyone who wants to learn about gardening or herbalism is to develop a sense of humor & an appreciation for the quirkiness of the Natural World.

 Pat can be reached at

 817-793-4625 or [email protected]