Grow your own Medicine Chest
with Cindy Shapton, The Cracked Pot Gardener
Looking for simple ways to treat your family naturally from herbs that you can grow yourself in your garden, containers or yard? Join us as we explore the proper way to make medicinal tea, infuse oil and tincture herbs to use for bug bites and stings, tummy aches, headaches, colds and other maladies.
Saturday, July 8th, 10-11:30 am
Bio for Cindy Shapton
Cindy Shapton is a writer, speaker, herbalist, designer, and master gardener. When she is not speaking and writing, she works in her large kitchen garden on her homestead near Franklin, TN. Cindy also teaches classes on growing food and herbs, making remedies and foraging for native food and medicine on her farm.
Known as The Cracked Pot Gardener; the title of a column Cindy wrote for the Williamson Herald. Cindy writes articles for many magazines and is a regular contributor for State-by-State Gardening.
She is the former owner of Hyssop Hill Herb Farm in Franklin, TN and the past president of the Williamson County Master Gardeners.
Cindy is the author of “The Cracked Pot Herb Book” – Simple Ways to Incorporate Herbs into Everyday Life. Available on her website http://www.cindyshapton.com