DAMARISCOTTA — Lincoln County Historical Association’s Chapman-Hall Residence Stewardship Committee invitations the community to an out of doors presentation on modest place herb gardening at 10 a.m. Saturday, May possibly 14, at 270 Principal St.
The presentation will be held at the modest herb backyard at the rear of the historic internet site, exactly where Marie Erskine will evaluate the vegetation in the backyard, discussing the types of vegetation, horticulture, and a historical past of their use in cooking and medicinal uses.
Erskine retains a certification in landscape style from Quinnipiac College with a concentration on lower servicing layouts. As a member of the Wallingford Backyard garden Club, she taught horticulture, floral and landscape design and style for several many years and has gained awards for her herb gardens, in accordance to a news launch from the stewardship committee.
Erskine life in Jefferson, wherever she and her spouse Jim increase peonies. She is a member of the American Peony Society and the Peony Culture of Maine, and is president of the Augusta Nature Club.
There is no admission fee to attend Herb Gardening in Small Spaces, while donations are appreciated. A tiny booklet highlighting the herbs growing in the Chapman-Corridor garden will be offered to all attendees, and a choice of herb crops will be accessible for buy.
For much more data, take a look at lincolncountyhistory.org or Lincoln County Historic Association (Maine) on Fb. All 3 of the association’s historic sites will open for the summer months time on June 4.