Sneak Peek – Spring & Early Summer

Welcome to Learn with the Seasons:

Your guide to Foraging For and Using Edible & Therapeutic Herbs.

THIS IS A SNEAK PEEK INTO PART OF JUST ONE OF THE LESSONS IN THE SPRING & EARLY SUMMER COURSE

This lesson is about Hawthorn leaves & flowers (Crategus oxycanthum)

  • Today I am going to give you free access to part of the Hawthorn lesson, including:
  •  A video showing how to identify Hawthorn leaves & flowers
  • Identification photos
  • A video showing how to make an infusion/tea from hawthorn
  • A video showing how to make pretty floral ice-cubes using hawthorn flowers
  • I regularly add new content and update these courses. Students receive updates automatically and at no extra charge

The full lesson contains:

  • An identification video to help you to recognise the hawthorn tree,  hawthorn flowers & hawthorn leaves.
  •  An herbal data sheet containing details of how to use hawthorn flower & leaves as a wild edible food and/or therapeutic herb.
  • Photographs of the hawthorn tree, flowers & leaves.
  •  A video showing how to make a tea/infusion of hawthorn flowers
  • A video showing how to make hawthorn flower ice-cubes.
  • A step-by-step photo lesson showing how to make hawthorn flower syrup.
  • The recipe for hawthorn flower syrup.

 You can read the recipes and plant information on-screen or print off the pdfs documents (in the full version of this course).

IDENTIFICATION

Click the tabs on the left to view the videos and photos to identify the plant

Hawthorn leaves & flowers ID

A Hawthorn Tree flowering in the Hedgerow

Close-Up of fresh Hawthorn Leaves

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Close-up of Hawthorn Flowers

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Hawthorn Flowering in the Hedgerow

PLANT DATA SHEET

(info & guidelines about using this plant as a wild food and/or herbal medicine)

This content is available in the full e-course (to read on-screen and/or print)

RECIPE & EXTRACT VIDEOS & PHOTO LESSONS

Click the tabs on the left to view video and/or photo lessons

Hawthorn Tea or Infusion

Hawthorn ice-cubes

A Step-by-Step Photo Lesson

THIS CONTENT IS AVAILABLE IN THE FULL E-COURSE

Foraged Spring Salad

A beautiful salad made entirely from foraged plants that feature in the Spring & Early Summer edition of this online course.

Spring & early summer e-course. Foraged salad.

Ingredients: Daisy (the white and yellow bits), red clover flowers (the pale pink bits), hawthorn leaves (the green bits), sorrel (more of the green bits), dandelion leaves (yet more green bits) and dandelion flowers (the yellow bits).

RECIPE & EXTRACT DOCUMENTS

(read on screen or download & print off)

THIS CONTENT IS AVAILABLE IN THE FULL E-COURSE

The full course contains lots more wild food recipes

and herbal medicine-making techniques

Learn with the seasons course inclusions

To see more about the course

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Next Q&A Webinar with Vivienne

  • Wednesday 5th June at 8 pm BST (Ireland & UK time)/ 4pm EDT/ 1 PDT. Your questions will be very welcome.
  • Can’t attend live? No problem. Email Vivienne [info@theherbalhub.com] your questions beforehand and I’ll try do my best to answer them during the webinar so that you can get your answer when you watch back the recording.
  • General Q & A webinars with Vivienne take place regularly from April-Oct.

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