The potted herb

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Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1988 - Gardening - 103 pages
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Taking a decorative approach to horticulture, the author shares specific advice on the cultivation and placement of herbs and offers instructions, recipes, and craft ideas for using herbs

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POTTED HERB

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The gardener or cook who wishes to grow herbs on a small scale will find this a useful guide to raising 22 kinds in pots, either for decoration or for cooking. Zabar covers soil preparation, methods ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
10
CULTI VATI N
17
SOME HERBS TO GROW
33
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About the author (1988)

ABBIE ZABAR has written, illustrated, and designed a number of gardening and food books that delight both adults and children. Her titles include "Alphabet Soup (Stewart, Tabori & Chang), "55 Friends, and "A Growing Gardener. Zabar resides in New York where she works as an artist, author, designer, and when all else fails, a gardener.

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