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The Herb Society of America
Hill Country Unit
Invites you the 9th Annual
Herbal Celebration Day
Friday, November 4, 2016
10:00 am until 1:00 pm
Wimberley United Methodist Church
1200 County Road 1492
$20 Ticket includes
Lunch, Herb Shoppe, and Silent Auction
Limited seating, confirm reservations by Oct. 30th
Doors and shopping open at 10:00 am
Program begins at 11:00 am
Lunch served immediately following
Seating is open and tables fill quickly.
Proceeds from this event support the Sensory Garden at EmilyAnn Theatre and Gardens & Educational Outreach Program
The mission statement of the Herb Society of America is to "promote the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educational programs, research and sharing the experience of its members with the community.
The Society is committed to protecting our global environment for the health and well- being of humankind and all growing things. We encourage gardeners to practice environmentally sound horticulture.
The Motto of the Society is taken from the herbalist, John Parkinson: "For Use and Delight"
Our Featured Herb is Mexican Tarragon
Mexican tarragon grows very well in our hill country climate and soil. It is a beautiful landscape plant and the deer haven't touched mine! Mexican tarragon is our substitute for French tarragon in recipes as it has a similar anise-like flavor. Even so, it is not related to French tarragon but to the common marigold. Be sure to visit the HSA website http://www.herbsociety.org to learn more about Mexican tarragon and to get tips and recipes contributed by our own Henry Flowers!
"Herbs for All Reasons, All Seasons"
Presented by Guest Speaker
Next Meeting Date
September 21, 2016
10 AM to 12 Noon
956 FM 2325
Presented by: Robbie Warner
Master Naturalist AT
Learn about composting, vermiculture and compost tea including how to make compost bins and worm farms. Robbie is very knowledgeable so don't miss his program. Many of our programs count towards Master Naturalist Advanced Training including this one.
Explore The Herb Society of America website