On Sunday, May 18, Elizabeth Beggins will lead Eat the Landscaping, a workshop on edibles in the garden. Many thanks to Kathy Bosin for creating extra buzz for what promises to be a fun and incredibly informative program!
Ever think about using edibles in your landscape? Lettuce as a bed edging, or radishes and yellow peppers in your shrub bed? More and more, edible plants are popping up in all kinds of landscapes – from bright chard in containers, to kale and cabbages as backdrops to fall borders. It’s time to explore new ways of growing.
And lucky for you, Talbot County’s local foodie/garden expert Elizabeth Beggins will be teaching a workshop called ‘Eat the Landscaping’ at Adkins Arboretum on Sunday, May 18th.
As a food and garden writer, Elizabeth is sharp and succinct. As a cook and gardener, her experience comes from practice and experiments. From the market garden she once ran to her youfood youth project in St. Michaels, she has firsthand knowledge about food and flowers, shrubs, trees, fruits, preserving and more. She has taught in kitchens and barns, gardens and classrooms.
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