Lincoln County Historic Association’s Chapman-Corridor Home Stewardship Committee invitations the community to an out of doors presentation on smaller space herb gardening. On May 14 at 10 a.m. at the small herb back garden guiding the historic site, Marie Erskine will critique the vegetation in the back garden, speaking about the styles of crops, horticulture, and a historical past of their use in cooking and medicinal needs.
Marie Erskine holds a certification in landscape design and style from Quinnipiac College with a focus on minimal routine maintenance layouts. As a member of the Wallingford Yard Club, she taught horticulture, floral and landscape layout for quite a few many years and has won awards for her herb gardens. Marie currently life in Jefferson exactly where she and her husband Jim increase peonies. She is a member of the American Peony Culture, the Peony Society of Maine, and is president of the Augusta Mother nature Club.
There is no admission charge to go to Herb Gardening in Tiny Areas, while donations are appreciated. A modest booklet highlighting the herbs presently expanding in the Chapman-Corridor yard will be readily available to all attendees, and a choice of herb vegetation will be offered for order. The Chapman-Hall Home is located at 270 Principal Street in Damariscotta.
For a lot more info on the Chapman-Hall Property and the work of Lincoln County Historical Affiliation pay a visit to: www.lincolncountyhistory.org or Lincoln County Historical Affiliation (Maine) on Fb. All a few of the LCHA historic web-sites will open for the summer season season on June 4. Local community citizens are welcome to go to free of charge on this day at the Chapman-Corridor Home as properly as the Pownalborough Courtroom Home, Dresden, and the 1811 Outdated Jail and Museum, Wiscasset.