Cultivation

Advanced Herb Gardening    (Intermediate/Advanced Level)

* This would be a great section to use as a tie-in to our programs like Notable Natives, GreenBridges, Plant Collections Projects, etc.
Here I was trying to imagine what topics ‘Intermediate/Advanced’ gardeners would be interested in or what we have to offer them.

Herb gardening with a theme in mind  (advanced ideas)
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Herb gardening for the kitchen  (recipes / cuisine)
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Herb gardening for pollinators  (GreenBridges Initiative)
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Herb gardening for conservation (recipes / cuisine)
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Herb garden for study (plant collections / notable native plants / academic study)
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Herb garden designs (history)
   As a group, herbs are extremely versatile plants and lend themselves to a variety of garden styles and settings. The monasteries of the Middle Ages were famous for their medicinal herb or “physic” gardens, which in addition to leafy herbs included many flowering plants such as roses and irises.

   By the 16th century in England, the “knot garden” had become a popular design for a formal herb planting, with a rectangular bed laid out in an intricate geometrical pattern. Inside the interlacing lines of herbs or miniature box (Buxus) hedges, small beds or compartments were each planted with a single variety of herb, often selected for its ornamental foliage.

Practical herb harvesting for use  (utility / dyes / wellness)
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* Karen: The writing style and/or copy 'Garden Designs' was sampled from either:

a) National Gardening Assoc: http://garden.org/ediblelandscaping/?page=herb-gardening

b) Tasteful Garden: http://www.tastefulgarden.com/store/pc/Herb-Gardening-for-Beginners-d19.htm

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