We’re happy to partner with the Clarke County Library to present a Free Garden Talks Series – Sustainability in the Garden – at Barns of Rose Hill in 2018. This series is sponsored by Sustainability Matters.
This presentation will include discussing ways to assure successful growth of herb plants from seeds or small seedlings to harvest and use in the kitchen. How may a selection of common and less well-known herbs enhance our vegetable dishes and others? How much of a difference would their addition really make to those dishes?
Speaker bio: Paula P. Brownlee is a keen gardener who particularly loves vegetables and herbs. She has had a garden almost all her life, and in many different places. Her father started her off in England, and since then she has grown gardens in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and three regions of Virginia—Roanoke, McLean, and now here. She enjoys the scientific and practical sides of horticulture. But best of all she loves growing and preserving– and then eating– the produce from the garden. She hopes to share her enthusiasm with her audiences!