Glendale offers free “From Garden to Table: Desert Herb Gardening” class on Sept. 6
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Many chefs know that fresh herbs can make a dish go from good to great. Fortunately, a
handful of hardy herbs, including rosemary, oregano and sage grow well here in the low desert. Start planning your
fall garden by attending the free “From Garden to Table: Desert Herb Gardening” class on Wednesday,
September 6 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Glendale Main Library which is located at 5959 W. Brown St. in Glendale.
This class is sponsored by the Glendale Water Services Department.
Valley garden author Kirti Mathura will talk about how to create a culinary herb garden in your own yard. She
will cover plant selection, soil preparation and proper watering. Imagine savory herbs coming straight from your
garden! Bon appétit!
Glendale Water Services free “Green-Living” class series help residents create a more water and energy
efficient home. The next class will be held on October 7 at 6 p.m. and will cover landscape watering. For a complete
listing of Glendale’s “Green-Living” class series, go to www.glendaleaz.com/green. Classes are free, but advance
registration is required by calling 623-930-3760 or emailing [email protected] You do not have to be a
Glendale resident to attend.