April 27, 2009 in Features, Food
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Herbs 101

Cooks and chefs are now planning their summer herb gardens to augment summer menus. Basil, dill, cilantro and oregano grow well in the Inland Northwest. Master Gardeners Joanne Lopata and Elizabeth Casteel talk about starting a culinary herb garden. The WSU/Spokane Master Gardeners are holding an open house Saturday, April, 25, 2009 at 222 N. Havana where you can talk to a master gardener about your garden.

Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review
 
 

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