Landscaping With Herbs And Edibles Event Offered | Living

In keeping with Leaf & Root & Berry’s botanical theme, Create Appalachia offers an interactive program focusing on the Appalachian flora under the direction of Christy Shivell of Shy Valley Farm Studio and Garden. The theme will be landscaping with herbs and food. Shy Valley has long been known for its garden design expertise and focus on native Appalachians.

The herb and food landscaping, led by Christy Shivell of Shy Valley Farm, Studios & Garden, is scheduled for 6pm on Sunday, January 31st

Learn to transform your landscape with fresh, nutritious foods and aromatic herbs without compromising ornamental value. Christy will be sharing a list of her favorite plants for edible landscaping with an emphasis on beauty and versatility. Native plants are presented.

This event is free and open to the public. Places are limited, so registration is required. To reserve a seat for one of the sessions, please email Katie Hoffman at [email protected]

Leaf & Root & Berry, a botanical art exhibition and competition in the Appalachian Highlands, is a collaboration between Create Appalachia and HERBalachia in partnership with the annual Sassafras Moon Herbal Festival in Erwin, Tennessee. The festival is planned for September 18 and 19, 2021.

Create Appalachia is a 501 (C) (3) organization dedicated to integrating art and business, showing the creative work of our region and providing substantial professional development opportunities to artists and artisans who are vital to regional economic development.

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