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Growing Culinary Herbs

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Chives

Chives are one of many culinary herbs easily grown in home gardens.

Culinary herbs are among the easiest edible plants you can grow at home. Learn how to get your herb garden started and which varieties are best adapted to the Piedmont during this free class taught by Charlotte Glen, Extension Horticulture Agent – Chatham County, and featuring Pat Weisbrodt, Chatham Extension Master Gardener Volunteer, who will share tips on preserving and using herbs.

When:
Two identical sessions have been scheduled. Choose the session that best fits your schedule:

  • Tuesday, Feb. 28, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, March 1, 10:00 a.m. – noon

Where:
Both sessions will be held at the Chatham Agriculture and Conference Center, located at 1192 US-64 W Business, Pittsboro. Find us on Google Maps.

Registration
Registration for this class is now closed. Click here to review the presentation and access many online resources for growing and using culinary herbs.

Persons with disabilities and persons with limited English proficiency may request accommodations to participate by contacting Sam Groce, County Extension Director, at 919-542-8202 or email sam_groce@ncsu.edu, or in person at the Chatham County Extension Center at least 10 days prior to the event.

This class is part of the Extension Gardener Program. Learn more about this program and upcoming classes.

This class is part of Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Training. Learn more about the Extension Master Gardener Program and how to become one in Chatham County.

Questions?

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