The Perennial Plant Society of Middle Tennessee

  • October 15, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Belle Meade United Methodist Church

Phyllis D. Light will speak on growing and using Southern medicinal herbs. Phyllis is a fourth generation herbalist and has studied the effects of healing herbs for over 30 years.  As a teacher at the Appalachian Center for Natural Health, Phyllis sees her work as a bridge between traditional knowledge and modern science.  She believes in a preventive approach to health and that our health is tied to the health of the planet.
        Phyllis holds a master’s degree in health studies from the University of Alabama and is the current secretary of the American Herbalists Guild.  She is the author of Southern Folk Medicine.

Our October 15, 2019 will be held at the Belle Meade United Methodist Church at 121 Davidson Road in Nashville.  The church is located on the corner of Post and Davidson Roads.  The church will also be the location for ALL PPS meetings in 2020.

The meeting will take place in the Fellowship Hall, which is at the south side of the property.  Please park and enter through the doors there, as the main church office will be closed.  There is ample parking and handicap access.

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