• SAVE THE DATE!  HERB FAIR Sat., Nov. 5  Pre-order purchases now available!
  • Another October Lagniappe - Sat. Oct. 15, 2022, 10 am - “A Field Trip to Danny Wilson’s Farm Dirt Compost”. 
  • Evening Meeting - Wed., Oct. 19. 2022, 7 pm at Lott Hall - “Día de los Muertos Traditions and Altar Building” presented by Chrissie Dickerson Ramirez, owner of Casa Ramirez Folkart Gallery.  Doors open 6:30 pm, with potluck meal and program at 7 pm. Open to the public.  
  • Day Meeting - Tues., Nov. 8. 2022, 10 am at Cherie Flores -  “Bouquet Garni” will be presented by Janice Dana.  Bring your own lunch.  Following the program, materials will be provided to make your own bouquet garni. Open to the public.  
  • Evening Meeting - Wed., Nov. 16. 2022, 7 pm at Cherie Flores - “The Art and Practice of Making Mandalas” presented by Houston mandala artist Sarah Deuster.  Doors open 6:30 pm, with potluck meal and program at 7 pm. Open to the public.  
  • New Membership Benefit!  Free admission to the beautiful Houston Botanic Garden - advance reservation required
  • Pay Annual Dues or Make a Donation

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If you have any questions about Unit information, please feel free to write us at:

    South Texas Unit of The HSA

    P.O. Box 6515

    Houston, TX 77265-6515


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    southtexasunit@gmail.com


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The Herb Society of America, South Texas Unit
is a non-profit, service and educational organization founded in 1968.  The national organization was founded in 1933 and has "units" and "members at large" throughout the United States and Canada.  The Herb Society of America is dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research and sharing the experience of its members with the community. The motto of The Herb Society of America, "For Use and For Delight," is taken from the herbalist John Parkinson.