Adult Opportunities

Growing an Indoor Herb Garden

Enjoy homegrown herbs all winter.

Content Detail

Savor the flavors of your favorite herbs all year long and add some life to your home with an indoor herb garden. In this class at The Morton Arboretum, horticulturist Kasey Eaves will present best practices and common pitfalls of growing indoors. Learn which windows will provide the best light, how to supplement your plants’ needs in winter, which pests and diseases to watch for, and more. Start your indoor herb farm today and enjoy eating your homegrown food all year.

Participate in a hands-on activity and go home with a small starter for your own indoor herb garden. No equipment or materials are required. Gardening gloves may come in handy.

This program meets in person at the Arboretum.

Instructor: Kasey Eaves, horticulturist, Vivant Gardens, Inc.

Age: 16 and older

Course number: H051

Kasey Eaves, horticulturist, Vivant Gardens, Inc.

Kasey Bersett Eaves started growing edibles and her treasured sunflowers at age two on her family’s farm property in southern Illinois. Now, as owner of Vivant Gardening Services, she spends her days making gardening approachable to area residents, restaurants, schools, and more. She encourages using edibles, natives, and pollinator plants, even in a city’s unusual spaces. Eaves loves finding creative and easily maintained growing solutions for city dwellers.

What to Know

This program meets indoors.

Program Schedule

Saturday, October 21, 2023, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Thornhill Education Center


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