The Green Guide to Herb Gardening: Featuring the 10 Most Popular Herbs

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Llewellyn Publications, Jan 1, 2000 - Gardening - 178 pages
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Examines ten popular herbs, including basil, calendula, chamomile, chives, garlic, lemon balm, mint, oregano, parsley, and thyme; explaining what they look like, their history, magical properties and folklore, propagation and how to grow them, their harvest and storage methods, and use in remedies, cosmetics, recipes, and decor.

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Many herb books are encyclopedic, covering dozens, if not hundreds, of varieties but not providing much depth. Such works have their place but can be confusing to beginners and sometimes don't provide ... Read full review


A Word on the Magic Uses of Herbs
Calendula the Consort of the Sun
Chives a Taste from the Orient

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Harding has studied herbs and gardening for many years. She and her husband, Tony publish the Pryme Thyme Newsletter, an on-line almanac of gardening tips and seasonal recipes and traditions.

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