Herb Garden Design

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Frances Lincoln Limited, Apr 1, 2003 - Gardening - 144 pages
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Useful and decorative, commonplace yet indispensable, herbs have a place in every part of the garden. They can serve as border perennials, groundcover, foundation plants or bedded-out annuals. Their garden value is as varied as their traditional culinary and medicinal virtues. This handbook discusses the myriad ways in which herbs can be used in the landscape. It features 30 very different planting plans to suit every situation, from tiny terrace to large plot. There is a reference table of over 200 herbs that offer colour, texture and shape.

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Ethne Clarke, creative director of Rodale, writes about garden design and history. She received the 1987 Angel Literary Award, awarded to the best book by a resident of East Anglia, for Art of the Kitchen Garden. Clarke lives in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.

Clive Nichols was voted Garden Photographer of the Year by the Garden Writers Guild. He is based in England.

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