When you think of garden plants that are consumed, tomatoes, onions and peppers typically come to mind along with melons, peas, beans and herbs.
But you may be surprised to learn that there are many more edible options for your landscape.
Texas AgriLife Extension Agent Brianne Langdon will present a program on the not-so-common things to eat from your garden on Monday, Oct. 15, from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Hood County Annex I Meeting Room, 1410 Pearl St.
The program is sponsored by the Lake Granbury Master Gardeners (LGMG).
Attendees will learn the basics of selecting, planting and caring for plants grown for kitchen as well as ornamental use. Everyone will be given new recipes to try at home that incorporate garden plants such as unusual herbs and flowers.
This educational lecture is a part of the LGMG Continuing Education Series dedicated to “Creating & Maintaining Sustainable Landscapes.”
The fee for each presentation is $10. Space is limited.
For reservations, contact the Texas AgriLife Extension in Hood County by phone: 817-579-3280, fax: 817-408-2533 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.