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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 11, 1990 5A but are still con- how, when, or begin, stop right now a Pencil and paper. Jot the herbs that you en- enioy having right You might want to eategories like -- for rosemary, thyme, for scent: rose gerani- and for the medicine garlic, mints, chains- forget a miscellane- This is the one for you really don't know InS to plant but you in your planning If for no other reason, the name or the way like kiwi, yerba santa, cat's ears or star Ill- list is taking I your garden plans. natural settings, s011, and filtered sun- great amounts of acre- to be plowed and many Perennial. With these tad your list you are wonderful starling National Herb Gar- -=National Arboretum in D.C. This garden two acres of a opposite the Ad- Building and con- complete selection herbal shrubs, and area is divided into the classical de- Elizabethan Knot Historic Rose Gar- Specialty Garden. dMded into about ~rlt plots containing medicine, and arts. These gardens opportunity for the herbs you have your garden. Garden the selection of the Garden is first. This a living record of with the world this doctor over a Years ago, dill from from Egypt and marjoram from Eu- garden contains used as natural the Fragrance Gar- obvious herbs used lUstrlal Garden pro- to see specific industrially like the oil producing plant for t~sed even today in products or the to the mountains... nature... '" Expect LOW COST 5377 3N Rates - plant grown in Texas. You won't find coconuts here, although they'd probably love to grow them if the climate were more suitable. Tile Culinary Garden holds many surprises beyond the obvious like variegated sage, golden oregano, and basil and thymes in many flavors. If you are wondering why you made your list before you went looking, now you know! A list will help you keep your perspec- tive because you still haven't seen the Historic Rose Garden nor tile garden plot devoted en- tirely Is varieties of peppers. Now that you have completed your mental walk through the National Herb Garden, call up a fi'iend and see how their plants are growing. Pick up a few herbs from your garden center to enjoy in your home and, before you realize it, you will have an herb garden right in your own back yard. Development Consultant Speaks To Lewisburg Merchants By Jonathan Wright Consulting planner David Harley of Dayton, Ohio, was the guest speaker at the October 4 meeting of the Lewisburg Mer- chants' Association at Fort Savannah Inn. Mr Harley has been hired by the City of Lewis- burg to do a three-month "stra- tegic plan" concentrating on growth patterns, land use, zon- ing. transportation needs, and other concerns. "You're a shining example of living history and living culture; there's a real opportunity here for that," he said. Mr Harley pointed to observa- tions he has made since he has been in Lewisburg. On the plus side he commended the city for its ongoing sidewalk renovation projects, the conformity of signs in the downtown historic district, and the efforts of the Lewisburg Merchants' Association to pro- mote downtown commerce. He also pointed to the area's differ- ing topography and its access to Interstate 64 as advantages to growth. Concerns mentioned by the JI planner ln;'!udcd potential harm which the downtown area could suffer if proper planning is not made for the likelihood of grow- ing commercial ventures outside town. "I've noticed a deep sense of concern about that." he said. He also said parking spaces and the retail/office mix of the down- town area need considerable talk and planning, along with the ap- pearance of the U. S. 60 and U. S. 219 "entry corridors" on each side of town. In other business, the mer- chants heard Lewisburg Visitors and Convention Bureau director John McIlhenny said nine tours are scheduled in October through the bureau. "This is our peak season," he said. "We also anticipate we'll have a total of 10,000 visitors who will have vis- ited our center by the end of the year." The merchants also discussed plans for Christmas season pro- motions throughout the town. Mike Wyatt announced the an- nual Christmas parade will be December 8 at 2 p.m. SHANKLAND 'S STORE & EXXON 647-5434 Check out weekly specials on these and other products. $ 24 pk. ans ......................................................... 6.99 2 ,ter ...................................................................... '1.29 q., Single N/R 16 oz ..................................................... 65 Across Bridge in Ronceverte and SAVE Proven Leadership For Greenbrier County "Rowe is one of those rare legistators who seems determined only to speak when he has something to say and is capable of saying it in a reasonable length of time. 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