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Create Your Signature Potpourri With Our New Webinar

potpourri spilling from jars
With items harvested from your garden, wildcrafted out of waste land, or purchased from herb sources you can make wonderful smelling potpourri.

Fall is the time when our thoughts turn toward harvesting and gathering. Those who grow herbs know this is when the urge to clip and enjoy these aromatic plants becomes almost overwhelming. One thing you can do with your herbs is to create potpourri. What, you’ve never done that? Well, we have the perfect solution.

 

Southwest Gardening Presents

Creating Potpourri From Your Garden

We have created a 30-minute webinar to help you learn what goes into quality potpourri and how you can make your signature potpourri using items from your garden, wild crafted aromatics, and purchased materials and essential oils. For just $10 you will learn:

  • The origins of potpourri
  • What goes into a quality potpourri
  • Using the Fragrance Wheel to discover your scent profile
  • What you need to make potpourri
  • Tips and tricks to combining herbs and aromatics
  • Resources for tools and materials

Once you have created your personal potpourri, there’s no limit to what you can do with it to enhance your personal space. Don’t go through life depending on mass marketed scent mixtures – learn how to make your own! The webinar costs only $10 and you can take it at your convenience anytime in October.

potpouuri ingredients
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Ann McCormick, Southwest Gardening contributorIf you enjoy herbs and organic gardening, you’ll want to meet Ann McCormick, the Herb ‘n Cowgirl. A life-long gardener, she has devoted her time for the last 20 years to writing and speaking about her favorite subject. Ann is a feature writer for The Dallas Morning News.The Herb ‘n Cowgirl also shares her love of herbs and her gardening techniques as a speaker and media guest. She lives in Fort Worth, TX with her husband of 35 years and an assortment of dogs. To find out more about the Herb ‘n Cowgirl visit her at www.herbncowgirl.com.

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