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ACGC offers Herbs 101 at Chamber Building, Mar. 28, 2013

For personal and commercial gardeners, for restaurants, for Epicurean Kentucky chefs - herbs may be easiest, most rewarding gateway to gardening. Class taught by certified Master Gardeners

By Barbara Armitage
President, Adair County Garden Club

The Adair County Garden Club will offer Herbs 101 presented by Master Gardeners Kathy Hunt and Jeanne Marshburn at 1pmCT, Thursday March 28, 2013 in the basement of the Columbia/Adair Chamber of Commerce, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia. Everyone is invited to attend this free class. Pre-registration is appreciated. This is a free class brought to you by the Adair County Garden Club. To register please contact Barbara Armitage at 270-250-2979.

Herb Gardens are becoming increasingly popular for their beauty, hardiness, and versatility. But choosing the best herbs to grow, from the many available, can be overwhelming.



Please join the Adair County Garden Club for an introductory class on this interesting subject. We will give you basic information needed on choosing and cultivating healthy herbs. The class will cover valuable planting and care, seed starting techniques, including cuttings, division and direct seeding, how to grow herbs inside and out, in containers and the many uses of herbs.

Students will each receive a gift of seeds from the ACGC for Basil, Dill and Cilantro to start in their own garden

Pre-registration is appreciated. This is a free class brought to you by the Adair County Garden Club. To register please contact Barbara Armitage at 270-250-2979. The Garden Club meets at 1pmCT on the 4th Thursday of each month in a variety of locations. Each meeting is designed to expand your knowledge of gardening techniques, landscape ideas, environmental issues, natural resources, birds, wildlife and more. We are committed to making Adair County a more beautiful, safer and healthier place to live. Adair County Garden Club members take pride in our community and invite you join us and make a difference. - Barbara Armitage


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