Garden Herbs

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DK Pub., 1998 - Gardening - 176 pages
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These flexibound, lavishly illustrated, user-friendly guides identify every type of garden plant with up to ten salient features, at-a-glance information on height, spread, and color, and useful cultivation symbols. There are also separate sections on gardening skills and a complete index of common names.

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User Review  - Carmenere - LibraryThing

A good book to identify herbs that may already be in your garden. It offers the botanical name as well as the common with photographs of each. There are also short descriptions of each herb giving ... Read full review

Contents

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PelargoNIcm
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LavaNdcla
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About the author (1998)

For the first edition of "Aroids", Deni undertook a solo round-the-world aroid hunting trip, venturing into the rainforests of Sumatra looking for the spectacular "Amorphophallus titanum". She has photographed botanic gardens in Europe, the United States, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, India, and Australia, and is also a regular researcher and photographer at both Kew and Edinburgh. Deni is married with 5 children, and is currently at work on developing a 6-acre garden devoted mainly to culinary, medicinal, and aromatic plants, which of course includes some aroids.

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