All About Herbs and Edible Flowers

Just a few pots of homegrown herbs will enhance your gardens, meals, and health. Learn the basics of growing, harvesting and using culinary herbs and edible flowers. Propagate your plants from seeds, cuttings, transplants and divisions. Integrate your herbs and edible flowers in your native landscapes, vegetable gardens and containers. Maintain, harvest, use or preserve for future use. Let’s have fun while sharing the many ideas for using herbs.

Co-Presenter Master Gardener Cindi Morris: Cindi has had a love affair with plants since 4th grade. Her father worked at Ferry Morse Seed Company and she loved peeking into the labs to see all the experiments. She enjoys germinating seeds and finds it fascinating how a small seed can turn into a beautiful plant.

Co-Presenter Master Gardener Kathy Fleming: Kathy loves creating a balance at her Peninsula home by growing culinary herbs and flowers in containers and her perennial landscape for more than 30 years. She uses the herbs and edible flowers in many recipes, either fresh and/or dried, and loves sharing them with friends and neighbors. Kathy has been a SM/SF UCCE Master Gardener for 15 years and has always enjoyed speaking and sharing ideas about this passion.