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Expand your Palette with an indepth look at rosemary and thyme, offering a variety of textures, flower color and taste from your garden to plate. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration , CLICK https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gardening-in-the-gulf-coast-tickets-137506051301
The Brazoria County Master Gardeners will host Open Garden Days: Herbs with Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This is a FREE Facebook LIVE event at www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextensin/ This is a three part program: 10:00 a.m. – Herb Garden Design 11:00 a.m. – Basil Bounty 12:00 noon – Cooking with Herbs.
Green Gardening Series presents – Successful Herbs for Brazoria County with Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This will be a Facebook Live! event, and browse to Brazoria County AgriLife Extension Facebook page to join in: www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextension/ Explore herb varieties just right for the county, including improved basil and oregano cultivars with landscape design potential.Sponsored by Keep Angleton Beautiful, Angleton Parks and Recreation Department and Brazoria County AgriLife Extension Service. Green Gardening Series promotes best practices in home garden development and management. Instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agent Stephen… Read More →
Good News!! The FREE lecture series sponsored by Keep Pearland Beautiful, Brazoria County Master Gardeners and City of Pearland will now be available ONLINE for your viewing pleasure. Info about logging in to this LIVE ONLINE presentation coming soon. Basil Bounty. Explore improved herbs, learn about basil cultivars and tips for making pesto. For more information, browse online: http://keeppearlandbeautiful.org/.
Culinary herbs have fascinated and filled my senses through the decades, the way airy globe-shaped clusters of dill flowers seem to frolic in a light breeze, the clean camphor aroma sensed from brushing against a stand of rosemary, or the surprising white -colored flowers peeking through long-stemmed oregano. I do value the outstanding flavor herbs bring by helping us use less salt, fat and sugar in our diets, a practice that follows the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Path to Plate initiative, a program helping consumers understand how… Read More →
I have always included herbs in my gardens, a tradition that started when I was introduced to the crisp, clean camphor aroma of an upright rosemary bush some 40-odd years ago at the Houston Garden Center in Hermann Park. I have expanded my culinary palette over the years to include the standard ‘Mediterranean’ types of herbs that we bring into our kitchen: parsley, sage, oregano and thyme to name a few. We must not ignore a nutritional component involved with gardening herbs; they flavor foods while helping us… Read More →
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