Thirty-two different herbs are grown in the garden at Shaker Village in New Gloucester. The plan is to grow 36 types of herbs next year, garden coordinator Signe Lynch said Friday. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Roben Campbell and her husband, David Fay, of Georgetown pull up landscape cloth while working at Herb Garden Cleanup Day at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester on Friday. Volunteers came to the annual event to get the gardens in shape for winter. Thirty-two different herbs in the garden are hung to dry before being made into tea blends, spices and sold at farm markets. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

David Fay and his wife, Roben Campbell, of Georgetown work on Herb Garden Cleanup Day at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester on Friday. Volunteers came to the annual event to get the gardens in shape for winter. Thirty-two different herbs grown in the garden are hung to dry before being made into tea blends, spices and sold at farm markets. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

A sign informs volunteers at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester of garden chores that need to be done. The village has been short of volunteers this year because of COVID-19, so work is a little behind schedule. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Signe Lynch, left, and Allie Armstrong work during Herb Garden Cleanup Day at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester on Friday. Volunteers came to the annual event to get the gardens in shape for winter. Thirty-two different herbs grown in the garden are hung to dry before being made into tea blends, spices and sold at farm markets. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Allie Armstrong works during Herb Garden Cleanup Day at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester on Friday. Volunteers came to the annual event to get the gardens in shape for winter. Thirty-two different herbs grown in the garden are hung to dry before being made into tea blends, spices and sold at farm markets. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Signe Lynch, left, and Allie Armstrong work during Herb Garden Cleanup Day at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in New Gloucester on Friday. Volunteers came to the annual event to get the gardens in shape for winter. Thirty-two different herbs grown in the garden are hung to dry before being made into tea blends, spices and sold at farm markets. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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