Chesapeake Bay Herb Society Program on Decorative Gourds

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Stephanie Wooton, horticulturalist, will lead a workshop on decorative gourds as part of the July 11th Chesapeake Bay Herb Society meeting.  A limited number of assorted gourds will be provided to make birdhouses or scoops.  There will be plenty of seeds to take home.

Stephanie attended the University of Wisconsin and later received a degree in horticulture from the University of Maryland.  She was horticulturist at Garden Treasures for 17 years and just retired after 5 years at Unity Nursery in Church Hill.

The meeting will be held at the Christ Church Parish Hall, 111 S. Harrison Street in Easton, starting at 6:00pm.

The Herb Society was formed in 2002 to share knowledge of herbs with the local Eastern Shore community.  It is a non-profit organization which welcomes guests to share in the joys of cultivating, harvesting and using herbs.  For more information call 410-310-8437.

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