Gardens are a feast for the eyes. But why not a feast for the taste buds too? Glen Brunetti will be at the April meeting to tell us all about Edible Flowers and Herbs in the Garden.
|Chives have delightful blooms in spring.|
They can be harvested all summer long for use
in salads and other dishes.
April is also the first Flower Show of the year. Snowdrops have already started to appear and that means the crocus and iris won't be far behind. Get ready to show us your best spring flowering bulbs. The April Show is also known for the exceptional houseplants on display. Drop by and breathe in deeply around the pelargoniums grown for scent. The fragrance is unforgettable. All Flower Show details are in your 2013 Show Guide.
Topic: Edible Flowers and Herbs in the Garden
Speaker: Glen Brunetti
Tuesday April 9, 2013
Meeting begins at 8pm
Toronto Botanical Garden
777 Lawrence Ave. East at Leslie
Admission is free. A $2 donation is suggested for refreshments.
Everyone is welcome as a guest. We hope you enjoy the presentation and consider
joining the North Toronto Horticultural Society as a member.
Until next time, happy gardening.