*** THIS LECTURE WILL BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO THE COVID OMICRON VIRUS NUMBERS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY ***
Brought to you by The Delray Beach Historical Heritage Garden & The Swinton Community Growing Project.
Food security, plant medicine, health through digestion, and how to create & utilize an edible landscape, including gardens for small spaces and containers!
Join us for an exploration of the how’s and why’s of edible landscapes with locals Farmer Jack of Urban Abundance, an edible landscape design and installation professional, herbalist Juliane Miklos of The Garden Jules, and Ayurvedic chef & nutritional health coach, Ryann Morris of Food Brilliance, Inc. You’ll learn how to transform your space into an abundant source of nutrient-dense, healthy foods year-round, and about ways to utilize your plants for health and wellness. Moderated by Michiko Kurisu
& Rachel Mezza of the SCGP.
Location: St. Paul’s Church Parish Hall – 188 South Swinton Avenue. Free parking.
5:30p -6:00pm: Social; 6:00pm – 7:00pm: Lecture & Discussion
*** MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT THIS TIME ***
Garden Lectures Coming Up!
- February 17th: Pollinator Gardens
- March 24th: Gardening With Florida Natives
- April 21st: Home Composting
Call 561.274.9578 for more information.