Growing Herbs for Your Kitchen
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)
Do you love cooking with fresh herbs? Are you looking to try something new in the garden? Whether you are a novice gardener or experienced cook, this class will introduce you to the skills you need so you can become both.
Join Catherine Garner, a Greenville Master Gardener, as she demonstrates how to incorporate fresh herbs from the garden in your favorite recipes. She will also provide instruction on how to grow basic culinary herbs (such as basil, rosemary, oregano and more) in your backyard or community garden. Herbs are a great way to start gardening and will not only provide fresh flavors to your meals, but also save you money at the grocery store. Come join us in a tasty demonstration and learn why you should start growing herbs for your kitchen this season.
Sponsored by Bon Secours St Francis Health System's AgriCulture Exchange, Gardening for Good and Greenville Forward.
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Gardening for Good
Gardening for Good is a network and resource center for community gardens in Greenville County. Gardening for Good is a network of local community gardens that utilizes the energy of the community garden movement to coordinate neighborhood redevelopment efforts, improve the health of residents and neighborhoods, and transform Greenville through gardening. Gardening for Good is coordinating gardening partnerships throughout Greenville County to create a healthier, more sustainable and socially just local food system. Visit our website at www.ggardeningforgood.com.