Ohio Herb Center
110 Mill Street
Gahanna, OH 43230

Facility Rentals, Private Classes
& Tours:

(614) 342-4380

Class Registrations
(614) 342-4250

Hours of Operation
12 Noon - 6:00 PM T-F
12 Noon - 4:00 PM Sat
Sun - Mon by appt only
Herb Day

May 9, 2015
9a-4p
Herb Day Schedule of Events

Creekside Plaza: 117 Mill Street & Ohio Herb Education Center: 110 Mill Street 

-Plant sale by the Ohio Herb Education Center featuring over 100 varieties & 3000 plants
-Over 30 vendors with a variety of products and services
-Herbal samples at the Gift Shop
-The Herb Center Gift Shop will feature herbal and Ohio-made products
-Herbal, garden-related, and artisan vendors
-Herbal Trail self guided Tours
-Special promotions and offerings at Olde Gahanna businesses
-Paddle Boat rides on Big Walnut Creek, weather permitting
-Live music performances 

The festival is free and will feature the Herb Information Station with herbal experts,  keynote speakers and herbal demonstrations, a herb walk around Creekside Park and more TBA. 

Keynote Speakers TBA

Culinary and Herbal Craft Demonstrations TBA 

News & Info
Herb Day Parking Map

2015 vendor applications will be available late January 2015

2014 Herb Day Vendors 
Aimees Blue Ribbon Spices
All About Gems
Art Garden Studios
Blue Owl Emporium
Circa Plants
Ecoverve
Elcetic Institute
Elder Forest soaps
First Baptist Church of Gahanna
Gahanna Moms Network
Great Columbus Duck Race
Gutter Helmet
Helping Hands in the Garden
Ohio Herb Education Center
Herbal teas plus
Hive & Honey
Intentional Green LLC
It's my thyme!
Jason Wolff Pottery
Just Elayne Naturals
Leaf Filter
LuLu & Max
MGJ Expressions
Mockingbird Meadows
Naturally Farmed Foods
Nature's Path Market
Perryn's naturals
RockNRoad Tripper Designs
Simple products L.L.C
Sprout It
Strathmore Development
The Gourmet farm Girl
United Plant Savers
WindowPro
Gahanna Learning Gardens
The Ohio Herb Education Center is proud to present its latest outreach program during Herb Day, the Gahanna Learning Gardens. The project is led by assistant recreation coordinator at the Herb Center, Shannon Barnette, who was inspired by a dilapidated garden school grounds. Funding for this project is coming from the Gahanna Jefferson Education Foundation and the Gahanna Parks & Recreation Foundation. Additional funding and supply donations are still being sought.

The first garden site is surrounding the Olde Schoolhouse which was recently reconstructed on the grounds at Lincoln Elementary. Barnette designed several period-accurate gardens in which students will decide upon. Gahanna elementary schools are getting onboard with the project.

Herb Day visitors will learn more about what each garden location will offer students, learning outcomes and more.