Lavender has been used for centuries for many purposes. Lavender flowers can be found in bath salts, teas, baked goods, oils, and other products. This workshop is an exploration of the history of lavender and it's uses, and tips for how to grow it successfully in your garden.
In this workshop, you'll learn how to create a lavender wand* from freshly harvested lavender stems. During class, snack on lavender goodies and lavender lemonade, make new friends and pick up laminated recipe cards. If you are looking for something relaxing to do on a weekend, we hope you will join us!
Where: Stanislaus County Agricultural Center, Harvest Hall rooms AB&C, 3800 Cornucopia Way, Modesto, 95358.
When: Saturday, June 25 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Note: 30 spaces available
Questions? (209) 525-6862
Sign up online: http://ucanr.edu/lavender/2022
Master Gardener Instructors: Heidi Aufdermaur, Bonnie Jones-Lee, Connie Gardener, Nancy Robinson, Janet Wickstrom and Stephanie Ranon.
If you cannot afford to pay full price for this workshop, please contact Anne at (209) 525-6862 for a partial scholarship (while supplies last).
*lavender wands can be placed in clothes drawers or cabinets to release a fresh scent and may last for years. Or keep your wand near your desk and inhale it's relaxing fragrance when needed.