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Herbs!: Creative Herb Garden Themes and Projects
     

Herbs!: Creative Herb Garden Themes and Projects

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by Judy Lowe
 

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Herbs are a wildly popular choice for gardeners; they are easy to grow and preserve and they have multiple benefits. Herbs add flavor to your recipes; enhance grilled meat, fish, and poultry; and can be used to make pestos, herb butters, and teas. In addition to the flavor benefits, herbs are used as a natural source for healing, and to add a fresh scent to any

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Herbs are a wildly popular choice for gardeners; they are easy to grow and preserve and they have multiple benefits. Herbs add flavor to your recipes; enhance grilled meat, fish, and poultry; and can be used to make pestos, herb butters, and teas. In addition to the flavor benefits, herbs are used as a natural source for healing, and to add a fresh scent to any room. Judy Lowe makes it easy to decide what kind of herb garden you want to grow, with this beautifully illustrated book of themed herb gardens. More than a dozen specialty herb gardens are featured with a full-color, inspirational illustration of the “planting recipe” for your theme. Gardeners won’t know where to stop, once they get started with the beauty, scent, and flavor of herbs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610598231
Publisher:
Cool Springs Press
Publication date:
04/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
396,997
File size:
27 MB
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Herbs!: Creative Herb Garden Themes and Projects 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alder bark~can be used to help toothaches. Chewed into a pulp and spread onto the gums.<p> Blackberry leaf~used to help beestings. Chew into a pulp and spread over the sting.<p> Celandine~used to ssothe wounds. Good for the eyes. <p> Chamomile~used for calming cats with anxiety.<p> Chickweed~used to help greencough.<p> Clover~use to flavour bitter herbs. Cannot b added to traveling herbs.<p> Daisy leaf~help aching joints when eaten<p> Dandelion~used to calm cats with anxiety.<p> Elder leave~help to heal sprains.<p> Goldenrice(poultise)~prevent infection and help clotting of blood. Help aching joints and stiffness.<p> Goosegrass~stops bleeding.<p> Lily~the stem is chewed into a poultise and squeezed onto a woundto soothe pain.<p> Lotus~petals are used to help internal wounds. The root is good for calming.<p> Mallow~prevent infection from bee and wasp stings.<p> Nettle~leaves bring down swelling. Seeds cure most weak poisons. Not for snake bites or deathberries.<p> Parsley~stops milk production<p> Ragwort~the leaves help aches and stiffness.<p> Raspberry~help ease pain during kitting.<p> Snakeroot~used on snake bites to prevent and cure infections.<p> Strawberry leaves~help diminish nightmares.<p> Tormentil~cures most poisons and clear infection in minor wounds and injuries.<p> Traveling herbs~give strength for long travel and stops effects of hunger for a short period of time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To below
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok. Padded back to camp
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I gtg
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yawns ''ugh, morning''
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dont know the recipe. I think you would add clover because to cats it tastes better. I think.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She find a beehive. Suddenly she gets attack by bees. She get honey