Lavender has been cultivated for thousands of years; it brings with it a rich and curious tale of medicinal, cosmetic, and horticultural usages. This presentation will delve into its history, its uses, and its properties. It will also provide information on the plant’s preferred growing conditions, the proper cultivars for this area, and the propagating techniques for this lovely and ancient herb. Additionally, everyone will receive recipes and instructions for craft projects to make lavender a part of your home.
Master Gardener Volunteer Sam Amdurer will be delivering this workshop.
This program is presented by the Sloatsburg Library. Please contact the venue for more information or to register.
Free to Attend
1 Liberty Rock Road
Sloatsburg, New York 10974