Botanical Anthology - Summer 2024

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With a reverence for summer and the plants associated with it:

Botanical Anthology: Summer Vol 3 | Issue 9 | 2024

It is a seasonal, plant centered digital + print magazine bringing you over 40+ articles from 40+ contributors to help you incorporate herbs in your apothecary, kitchen, harvests, crafts, celebrations and more.


* Whip up a batch of rose day cream, steep St. Joan's wort oil + infuse a summer nights electuary

* Bake a cake with elderflower, sip a coriander lime cooler + dip hollyhock wraps in rose tahini sauce

* Grow bee balm, save tomato seeds + consider what is a weed

* Make sun prints with turmeric, beeswax dip plants for a garland + sew peppermint repellent sachets

* Brew full moon teas, cultivate abundance with basil + discover summer as fire

* Celebrate Father's Day, Summer Solstice, First Harvest + Back to School with simple observances

* Meet Lucretia Jones, Reede Haroian, Tanner Filyaw, Dr. Tieraona Low Dog + Audrey Gilbert

This publication is comprised of 7 subsections: Apothecary, Kitchen, Harvest, Craft, Folklore, Celebrate + Viewpoint. We also have many fun features throughout the publication.  

Take a peek at the images to see the full table of contents!

Let us be your guide to work with plants as you journey through this summer season. 

*Not intended for medical advice. Always consult your physician.*


And it truly is a plant lovers dream!  This publication drips with full color images illustrating creative and easy to make recipes that transform the spirit.


This seasonal, plant centered quarterly publication brings inspiration to incorporate herbs into the home apothecary, kitchen, foraging and gardening, crafts, and celebrations. 

Brought to you by the folks of Plant Wonder Collective, each edition launches at the start of a new season and features the work of over 30 creative, knowledgeable contributors. While not billed as an herbalism publication, it is a strong undercurrent within our work.


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