Courtesy of Ashley Rooney

Surely, there is something enchanting about herbs and spices that merges well with our humanity. Early uses were found to be connected to medicine, tradition, religion, magic, and preservation. Thank goodness Lexington Historical Society and the Lexington Field & Herb Garden Club are holding their popular Saturday, Sept. 10 Herb Fest (12-4 PM) again at Buckman Tavern and Hancock-Clarke Herb Garden. Meet Anisoptera Mercantile, a new e-commerce and retail shop business, in town. Its goal is to provide others opportunities to create their own wellbeing formulas that will both enhance and fit into their lifestyles. Learn from Lexington gardeners at Hancock-Clarke about how to grow and maintain a herb garden. Sample and purchase herbal products, learn about herbs, go home with recipes, knowledge, and other treats. For more information, visit www.Lexingtonhistory.org.

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