Learn what herbs are growing this time of year, how to grow and care for them the organic way, and find out how to use them in your daily life and as companion plants in your garden. Herbs are a great addition to every garden and there is lots to learn!
- Wednesday, December 13
- 10am – 12pm, FGCU Kapnick Center Buehler Auditorium at Naples Botanical Garden
- $15 Members / $20 Non-Members
Deana Bess’ life-long passion for gardening and healthy living began as a young girl in a farming community in Northern Michigan. After personally experiencing the powerful healing of organic foods and sustainable living, she has the pleasure and passion to help ohers grow healthy food in a sustainable and earth-friendly way. Deana is a retired Navy Chief Petty Officer and holds an associate’s degree in Management Information Systems, a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, and a master’s degree in Education. In addition to being a certified Square Foot Gardner Instructor, Deana is also a certified Florida Nursey, Growers, and Landscape Association (FNGLA) Horticulture Professional and a Natural-Organic Gardener by Texas Organic Research Center. Currently she works part-time as a gardener at Food and Thought Organic General Store and Café’ in Naples, FL which entails caring for the plants, helping wonderful customers, and hosting classes about gardening.
Registration for Lifelong Learning programs can be completed in these ways:
- Register in person at the Chabraja Visitors Center
- For questions or to register by phone call 239.643.7275 during business hours
- Register by email LLL@naplesgarden.org during non-business hours by leaving contact information and the program(s) of interest and someone will return your call within 2 business days
Registration is complete when payment is received. Certain programs fill up quickly and we accept registration on a first come, first served basis. Register early to ensure your program is not cancelled due to low enrollment. If a cancellation is required a refund will be issued.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.