Boiron Medicinal Garden Unveils New Blossoms for the Season
The Boiron Medicinal Garden at Rodale Institute is opening for its second season to the public with new herbs and medicinal flowers. The garden, located on the institute’s multipurpose 333-acre farm in Kutztown, Pa., is a partnership to help educate the community about how plants play a role in the creation of homeopathic medicines.
The garden showcases a variety of beautiful decorative flowers, medicinal and culinary herbs that have blossomed under the care of Rodale Plant Production Specialist Maggie Saska and her team. Visitors to the garden will learn more about Arnica chamissonis (American arnica), Chelidonium (Chamomile), Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort), and other plants that are natural active ingredients in some of Boiron’s most popular medicines.
For more information, visit the virtual garden at Boiron.com/garden.