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  1. 1999-03-15 Rosalind Creasy is a landscape designer, a leading authority on environment-friendly gardening techniques and the grande dame of the edible landscaping movement. She is a three-time winner of the Garden Writers of America's Best Book of the Year award and its Award of Excellence. The American...
  2. 2004-03-18 A gardening system that works-so that you don't have to! Turn in your tiller for a stack of old newspapers! Replace your shovel with a layer of grass clippings! Let Pat Lanza show you how you can create lush, successful, easy-care gardens in practically any location without hours of back-breaking...
  3. Duke discusses more than the culinary uses of herbs in this book, even listing ornamental herbs, and the medical uses of herbs.
  4. With over 400 plants illustrated in full color, this is the most comprehensive photographic guide to herbs and plants grown all over the world for theirculinary and medicinal properties. Included are descriptions of the plants' distinctive features for identification, botanical information...
  5. 1981-01-01 This book shows you how to enjoy the full benefit of herb gardening.Herbs: How to Select, Grow, and Enjoy provides a modern herbal color photos and desriptions of more than 200 varieties help you choose the right herb. This book also provides instructions on how to plant, grow and harvest...
  6. 1995-01-01 Uncommon Scents explores some of the common and unusual herbs and spices that can be grown in our temperate-tropical climate. Some of the history, myth and legend surrounding many of these plants has been included.
  7. 1989-01-01 Whether it's creating an herbal wreath for Christmas, a circular herb garden in April, a bridal bouquet in June, or a savory harvest feast, this lively book is brimming with dozens of exciting things to do with herbs every month. You'll learn to plant an indoor herb garden, make herb breads and...
  8. 1984-01-01 Chinese, Japanese, Thai: Growing, selecting & cooking! 2 Copies
  9. 1991-01-01 Discusses how to grow 62 of the most popular vegetables, fruits, nuts and fragrant herbs, and provides information on storage and harvesting
  10. 1995-01-01 The Crandalls how how anything that growns in a conventional garden can be grown in a container. This includes such unlikely candidates as asparagus, pumpkins,corn--even fruits such as apples, apricots, peaches, pears and figs. Container gardening also makes it possible for people in cold...