Gardening with herbs for flavor and fragrance

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Dover Publications, 1933 - Gardening - 334 pages
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Delightfully illustrated guide opens the fragrant door to growing, savoring, and appreciating garlic, dill, basil, fennel, rosemary, sesame, 67 different herbs that can be grown anywhere. From soil preparation to harvesting and storing. Over 55 recipes; also legends, myths, medicinal uses, more.

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Clear easy text enables readers to understand what a herb is used for both for culinary purposes and medicinally. Included are recipes - some tried and true- others provide some surprises. The only thing this book needs is better illustrations of the herbs. Read full review

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h definition and explanation
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