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  1. Key Resource 1998-01-01 Amazon.com Description Superb guide to healing herbs from the worlds'leading authority.
  2. 2015-10-06 Speaker Bio: Sabine Scheucher is a botanist, teacher, and horticultural therapist, originally from Austria. She worked in Nepal for about seven years, including Tibet and North-India, mainly doing research on herbs (culinary, aromatic, medicinal) and horticultural therapy. Currently, Sabine is...
  3. Culantro is a biennial or short-lived perennial native to tropical America. It is grown mainly for its leaves which are used as a culinary herb in the Caribbean, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. Plants grow 8 to 40 cm tall with leaves arranged in a spiral pattern around a central stem. Leaves...
  4. 2018-07-18 Culantro (Eryngium foetidum) is often confused with, or substituted for, cilantro (Coriandrum sativum L.; also called coriander). Culantro is commonly used in chutneys, curries, soups, and meat and noodle dishes in Asia. Sofrito, a common spice mixture added to many recipes throughout Latin...
  5. This book is a virtually endless source of useful information and herbal know-how. Presented in an A to Z format, supplemented with easy-to-use charts and lists, beautifully illustrated with drawings and color photographs, it is the only book on herbs you every need to buy.
  6. 1977-01-11 Provides information on the history, uses, range, and characteristics of more than a hundred herbs, and offers tips on growing them.
  7. Gardeners everywhere love herbs for the wonderful flavors they add to food, the beauty they lend to the garden, and for their many uses in crafts and as home remedies. This hands-on guide shows how anyone can successfully grow a wide range of more than 90 herbs in the back yard. Features a...
  8. Even though I've extensively grown, used and studied herbs for over 25 years, I continue to be astounded by how much better they make food taste. Even the simplest dish becomes something special when herbs are included. And herbs don't add fat or calories! Just flavor, Plus, many of them have...
  9. A Guide to growing chemical-free flowers, vegetables, and herbs.