NEW ENGLAND — The herbals of Trillum officinalis are to debut at the Boston Garden this season.
The Boston Garden announced Thursday that it will be hosting the herbals for the first time on November 6, as part of a new initiative to bring home-grown, high-quality, natural ingredients into our local community.
The garden will also offer a unique educational program for all ages, from the first minute of class to the end of the event.
Trillums medicinal products, as well as trillums herbal medicine are available for purchase at the Garden.
Trillum Officinalis is an indigenous herb that grows naturally in South America.
It is a powerful medicinal plant that has a high level of nutritional value and has been used for centuries to treat various ailments.
Trills herbal medicine is a natural supplement that helps treat digestive problems, inflammation, and depression.
Trills herbals will be available at the garden’s concession stands.
The Garden will also provide a unique education program, with a special edition of The Trilluminator.
In a statement, Garden President Michael Cone said, “It is our goal to be a community where people can experience and share the beauty and health benefits of the Trillunculaceae and Trillus genera.
We are excited to partner with the Garden to offer the most unique experience for our visitors to our Garden.”