About Us

The WVHS is a not-for-profit corporation organized and operated for educational, 
scientific and civic purposes related to herbs. 
The society is dedicated to educating the public about herbs and their many uses. 
In an attempt to live more natural and healthful lifestyles, many people from all walks of life are showing an interest in growing herbs
as an alternative health source. 
There is no other group of plants that appeal to such diversified interests than herbs

Wabash Valley Herb Society Herb Sale

Anderson Plants and Produce will be the place to purchase all those wonderful herbs you find at the Herb Fair each Year. They well have all the 400 flats of varieties you are looking for. They also carry bedding plants, vegetable plants, hanging baskets and patio pots. They have been a vendor at the Herb Fair for many years. We are so thankful to Brenda and Luke for taking in our large inventory of herbs. For a complete list of available herbs visit our website: www.wabashvalleyherbsociety.com

Anderson Plants and Produce

6066 Rosedale Rd, Terre Haute IN 47805

Just 1 mile north of Mill Dam in northern Vigo County

Herbs will be available May 9th thru May 31st.

Open Monday thru Saturday: 9am-6pm

Sunday :11am-5pm

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We want everyone to stay safe and healthy.


Thank you Wabash Valley for your continued support.

2020 Herb of The Year
Blackberries, Raspberries
Rubus ssp 

The blackberry, or Bramble, growing in every English hedge -row.is too well known to need description. Its blossoms, as well as its fruits, both green and ripe, may be seen on the bush: at the same time, somewhat unusual feature, not often met with in other plants. Blackberries are perennial plant which typically bear biennial stems from the perennial root system. 

Blackberry leaves are food for certain caterpillars; some grazing mammals, especially deer, are also very fond of the leaves. Blackberry fruits are red before they are ripe, leading to an old expression that "blackberries are red when they're green". Blackberries, is left to grow wild, can become invasive. Sending down roots from branches that touch the ground, and sending up suckers from the roots.The flowers are produced in late spring and early summer on short racemes on the tips of the flowering laterals. Each flower is about 2 -3 cm in diameter with five white or pale pink petals.

The soft fruit is popular for use in desserts, jams, seedless jelly, and wine. Blackberry vinegar is a wholesome drink that is easily made. It also can have a advantage as a fine cordial for a feverish cold.

2019 College Scholarship Recipients 

Congratulations to our Scholarship recipients!  Left to right: Caroline Wilson, Madison McDonald, Mary Curley, Logan Thralls, Sean Michael Beaver and Emily Hale. (Not present: Breeze Keppy and Luke Wilson}