In the early 1800s, the Shakers managed extensive terraced gardens that extended from the Village down to the shores of Sabbathday Lake. Crops were matched to the most suitable and ideal conditions. Learn the time-tested cultivation, harvest, and use of popular culinary and medicinal herbs while planning the custom-design of your own herb garden. Participants will learn about color, texture, height, companion planting, and soil composition.
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