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Here's your chance to save a mint and get some sage advice on how to dill with your own herb garden. Bright Learning is running a class on how to set up and manage a herb garden on Saturday 28th of February from 9am to 11.30am at Newstead.
The course will cover which are the 'must have' herbs and how to use them, what grows when, where to buy good herbs, designing and maintaining your garden and tips on pest control. You'll also get a mini pot and herb to take away from the class when you're done.
The instructor, David, believes with the right knowledge, anyone can start their own edible garden – whether you're in an apartment or living on acreage. He'll take you through advice and tips specific to the Queensland climate.
So if you're all about that Basil (no Fennel), you're more of a brown thumb than green, or you want to lift your culinary game with fresh herbs from your own crop, book now for what's sure to be a tasty class.