Add beauty to your gardens and food to your table by mixing ornamentals and edibles in your landscaping.
Elizabeth Beggins will inspire you to step outside the boxwood with vegetables, fruits and herbs sure to enliven your planting beds and supplement the foods you prepare. All you need is some sun and some creativity to become a successful edible gardener.
Beggins is a freelance writer, educator, vegetable garden consultant, and cook with over a decade of experience as a market gardener on the Eastern Shore. She believes that our health depends on a keen understanding of what we eat, and that our choices as consumers are vital to sustaining ourselves and our planet.
As director of the You Food Project (www.facebook.com/youfoodproject), Elizabeth facilitates increased awareness of the connection between personal and environmental health. She will be sharing her expertise with us on Thursday, May 21 at noon, at the Easton branch of the Talbot County Free Library, along with a special sampling of food she has prepared.
Please join us for this fun and interesting program. Beverages and dessert will also be served by the Friends of the Talbot County Free Library. The program is free and open to the public.