Herbal Teas for Seasonal Allergies

By |April 6th, 2021|

While we love spring and everything that it entails, we don’t love the sneezing, itchy eyes, and dry throats that come along with the season. 

If you struggle with seasonal allergies, you’re not alone! Nearly 50 million Americans have symptomatic allergies that present themselves as soon as the pollen count begins to rise. 

There are A […]

DIY Botanical Egg Dye

By |April 5th, 2021|

Are you feeling the excitement of this Seasonal change? Springtime brings us renewed energy and new projects to do! It’s no coincidence that our most beloved spring project utilizes eggs because eggs symbolize new life and we are celebrating the season in which vegetation begins to appear.
We include our plant friends in […]

5 Herbs We Love for Springtime Growth

By |March 31st, 2021|

Longer days, bits of green popping out beneath the snow, and a return of wildlife to their natural habitats— spring has sprung! 

Spring is one of our favorite seasons here at WishGarden, and for good reason. With the season comes the connotation of growth, rebirth, and rejuvenation. It offers the opportunity to blossom into our […]

Springtime is Nettle’s Time

By |March 31st, 2021|

Featured photo credit: Colorado School of Clinical Herbalism
It’s Springtime and that means our plant allies are beginning to make their appearance! The Herb of the Month for April is Urtica dioica, familiarly known as Stinging Nettle. You may also recognize other common names such as; Dwarf nettle, Nettle, Scaddie, or Herba Urticae.
The famous Stinging Nettle name […]


By |March 17th, 2021|

The month of March marks Women’s History Month. This is a month to reflect on the contributions women have made to society, to celebrate womanhood, to lift the women in our lives up, to celebrate the strides we have made as a society towards equality, as well as to honor the work that still […]

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    Interview with WishGarden owner Catherine about Music and Herbalism

Interview with WishGarden owner Catherine about Music and Herbalism

By |March 12th, 2021|

Catherine, how did you get started in music? 

I came to music relatively late. My family were engineers and professionals. And there was this idea that there wasn’t a creative bone in our family. But during the ‘back to the land’ movement, I’m an old hippie– I was in college during the Vietnam war when […]