Posts Tagged ‘herbs’

FALMOUTH WINTER MARKET

March 8, 2013

March 9 (Saturday, January 12 – March 16)

Mahoney’s Garden Center, 958 East Falmouth Hwy, East Falmouth

508-548-4842

Website: www.mahoneysgarden.com

10a.m. – 2p.m.

A delicious, warm, fun way to spend winter Saturdays! Join us for Mahoney’s Winter “farmers-plus” Market: featuring locally-grown root vegetables, herbs, fruits, cheeses, meats, seafood, baked breads and desserts, olive oils, plus select jewelry & clothing.

MAHONEY’S WINTER MARKET

January 26, 2013

January 26 (Saturday, January 12 – March 16)

Mahoney’s Garden Center, 958 East Falmouth Hwy, East Falmouth

508-548-4842

Website: www.mahoneysgarden.com

10a.m. – 2p.m.

A delicious, warm, fun way to spend winter Saturdays! Join us for Mahoney’s Winter “farmers-plus” Market: featuring locally-grown root vegetables, herbs, fruits, cheeses, meats, seafood, baked breads and desserts, olive oils, plus select jewelry & clothing.

WEEKLY WILDFLOWER GARDEN TOURS

August 19, 2012

August 21 (TUESDAYS throughout summer)

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870

Website: www.thorntonburgess.org

10a.m.

Guided tours through the award-winning Wildflower Garden at the Green Briar Nature Center are offered each Tuesday morning at 10:00am throughout the summer. The garden, conceived and designed by Dr. Shirley G. Cross, is a living museum for those interested in the study and use of wildflowers. The one-third acre contains over 300 plants and is maintained by a small group of dedicated volunteers. Come by and enjoy a morning in the garden! Advance registration is not necessary. The fee is $5.00.

HERB FESTIVAL AND PLANT SALE

May 20, 2012

May 18 – 20

Green Briar Nature Center, 6 Discovery Hill Rd, East Sandwich

508-888-6870

Website: www.thorntonburgess.org

10a.m. – 4p.m.

Kick off planting season at our 31st Annual Herb Festival, which offers an extensive plant sale (herbs, perennials, wildflowers, everlastings, annuals, the new specialty annuals and vegetables). The festival also features exhibits and demonstrations on the uses of herbs, guided garden walks, lectures and a delightful luncheon accented with herbs served on Friday. Luncheon will again be catered by Bob King of Café Chew in Sandwich.