The Western Reserve Herb Society (WRHS), a non-profit organization, is a unit of The Herb Society of America. WRHS is dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research, and public outreach.
Cleveland Orchestra at The Herb Garden August 4, 2020
On August 3, 2020, the Knot in The Western Reserve Herb Garden at Cleveland Botanical Garden played host to 6 cellists from the Cleveland Orchestra who played a few pieces as part of a campaign they were filming. We were honored and pleased that they chose our garden as a place to perform and were so excited to be able to be part of this from behind the scenes. Their pieces, including Ode To Joy, were lovely to hear and it was a special treat for sure to have them visit us today. Currently, the Herb Garden is open...read more
Support WRHS with Amazon Smile November 10, 2019
WRHS is a 501c3 organization and is proud to announce we are now a part of Amazon Smile. Please consider helping us by using this link next time you shop on Amazon: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7003228 Proceeds will help us to continue to provide Horticulture scholarships to deserving candidates and education on the use and delight of herbs through our public outreach programs .read more
On May 15, 2019, members of the WRHS and distinguished guests came together to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the WRHS Herb Garden in its current location at Cleveland Botanical Garden. The day was the culmination of a labor of love by the 50th Anniversary Committee and paid celebration to all the past and present gardeners who designed and have maintained the garden from its beginnings to the present. We were thrilled to be joined by our Honorary members, Mr. Alex Lackey, who represented the Mayor of Cleveland; Ms. Jill Kosky, President & CEO of Holden Forest and Gardens; Ms....read more
Green Bridges March 6, 2019
The Western Reserve Herb Society garden is proud to have become Greenbridges Certified! To be Greenbridges Certified means eliminating pesticide use, encouraging wildlife by providing water and shelter and choosing plants attractive to native pollinators. To learn more about how you can certify your garden please contact the Herb Society of America at https://www.herbsociety.org/read more