At Basil & Rose we offer a variety of classes to help with growing and using herbs and edible plants and other self-sufficiency skills. These classes include gardening, foraging, herbal healing, sourdough bread making, sauerkraut making, and preparedness.

Classes are in person with the possibility of some recorded or FB live classes.

Pre registration is required.


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Classes and other events at Basil & Rose will be listed on this calendar. Please check back regularly for calendar updates.

Choose the date listed and you will see class title then choose “More Details” for more information including how to register. Please register at least 48 hours before class.

If you are interested in teaching at Basil & Rose or reserving our classroom space please contact us.

Events List

If you are not able to view registration information on the above calendar please call Basil & Rose 801-797-9792

Tuesday, September 6, 7-8 pm by Beuna Tomalino, Horticulturist
Edible Landscaping class.
Learn what, how, when, and where of growing edible plants in your landscape.

Thursday, September 8, 7-8 pm by Beth Davis, Master Herbalist and Beuna Tomalino, Horticulturist
Herb of the Month class: Fennel
Each month learn about how to grow, harvest, preserve, and use culinary herbs for culinary and medicinal purposes.
$10/person Early Bird or $15 Late registration (within 48 hrs of class)

Saturday, September 10, 10 am – 12:30 pm by Greg Hall

Sourdough Bread Making class
Bring your own mixing bowl, measuring cups, and measuring spoons. Everything else will be provided.
Contact Greg at to register. Limited spots. $35/person

Saturday, September 17, 10 am – noon by Beth Davis, Master Herbalist
Highlighting Health through Your Immune System part 1
Early Bird tickets $20 per attendee (prior to 48 hrs before class) Late registration tickets $30 per attendee

Saturday, September 24, 2 – 3 pm by Gene Sterr and Beuna Tomalino

Preserving Your Harvest
Learn about a variety of ways to preserve your harvest
Free clas

TBA by Sterling Herrmann
How to Build Your Water Garden Right the First Time
Whether building a pond, waterfall or other garden feature how you build it is important for success.