The Ultimate Book Of Herbs Herb Gardening

Author: Jessica Houdret
Editor: Lorenz Books
ISBN: 9781843090229
File Size: 69,67 MB
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A comprehensive guide with a directory of 250 herbs featuring botanical descriptions and cultivation advice.

The Complete Guide To Growing Healing And Medicinal Herbs

Author: Wendy M. Vincent
Editor: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 1601383517
File Size: 15,68 MB
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This book will guide you through the step-by-step process of learning about and growing your own healing herbs, starting with the basics of what each herb can do and proceeding to show you everything you need to cultivate them yourself. The first things you will learn in this guide are the basics of all healing herbs, starting with a complete breakdown of the numerous healing herbs known to be easily cultivated in temperate climates. Matching the right herbs to your region, you will then be able to start learning about how herbs grow, as well as what they need, what they need from the soil, water, the weather, and feeding. You will learn which plants grow best together and which style of herbs are going to be best for selling and which are best for personal growing. Experts in the field of healing herbs have provided their insights into issues such as how to harvest the healing herbs best and how to dry or preserve them for use as healing materials. Learn how you can make a number of common treatments for various ailments with your herbs and how you can benefit best from your newfound gardens.

Taunton S Complete Guide To Growing Vegetables Herbs

Author: Ruth Lively
Editor: Taunton Press
ISBN: 1600853366
File Size: 70,82 MB
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Roe Osborn's first book, Framing a House, tackled the complex art of house framing. Now, in this follow-up volume, he lays out all the steps and instruction required to complete the inside. The timing of each step is critical and it's important to understand what needs to be done first. Whether finishing one room or the whole house, this highly illustrated reference demystifies the process and follows a logical progression from installing insulation and drywall to hanging cabinets and doors to putting down floors and running trim. Each chapter begins with the question: Should I tackle this step myself? The pros and cons of hiring someone are then discussed. Applicable both for new construction and remodels and with 400 photographs and 20 drawings, this book shows DIYers how to make a house their own.

Homegrown Herbs

Author: Tammi Hartung
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612124674
File Size: 49,23 MB
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Enjoy a thriving, fragrant herb garden and use your harvest to bring beauty, flavor, and health to your everyday life. Tammi Hartung provides in-depth profiles of 101 popular herbs, including information on seed selection, planting, maintenance, harvesting, and drying. Hartung also shows you how to use your herbs in a variety of foods, home remedies, body care products, and crafts. Whether you’re a seasoned herbalist or planting your first garden, Homegrown Herbs will inspire you to get the most out of your herbs.

Gardening Basics

Author: Kenneth A. Beckett
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9780806924533
File Size: 58,16 MB
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How to design, plant and maintain your garden.

The Complete Guide To Growing Vegetables Flowers Fruits And Herbs From Containers

Author: Lizz Shepherd
Editor: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 1601383479
File Size: 80,26 MB
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Not everyone has the benefit of a plot of land where they can create a garden. In fact, almost 25% of city homeowners lack the yard space needed to cultivate and grow a decent sized garden (according to Seattle Lawn and Garden) meaning more and more people interested in harvesting flowers, vegetables, and herbs are turning to containers. The options provided by containers are plentiful, from bringing your tomato plants inside during the winter to being able to rearrange them if you are doing construction or playing a game outside. But, getting crops to grow effectively in containers is another matter entirely. This book will provide every potential container gardener with the necessary steps and resources needed to grow their very own crops to thrive in any conditions. From the very outset, you will learn about how vegetables, flowers, and herbs grow naturally charts will provide you with a detailed breakdown of how plants grow and what they need to grow effectively, from root space to water consumption. Companion planting for small spaces will show you how the plants will survive with other plants in the same container and which plants can even be placed in confined spaced and survive. The basics of container planting, including the best single plant containers, two, three, and four plant combinations are provided to help you decide how to lay out your container garden. The top gardeners were contacted and interviewed, providing highly insightful information that guides you through how container potted plants grow and thrive. You will learn the basics of side planted containers and how succulents perform in these closed spaces. The best container plants are listed in order along with the necessary tools they need to survive. The best container sizes, soil types, fertilizer, climate information, and pest prevention methods are all given as well to help round out your container planting. Regardless of your needs or methods, this guide will take you through every step necessary to get your container plants growing and thriving. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company president s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advise. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.

Yates Vegetable Garden

Author: Rachel Vogan
Editor:
ISBN: 9781869509286
File Size: 58,70 MB
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This is a new book in the phenomenally popular Yates series of books. Practical and accessible and highly illustrated, and will be suitable for gardeners of all skill levels.

The Complete Guide To Saving Seeds

Author: Robert E. Gough
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603427082
File Size: 50,75 MB
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Enjoy your favorite varieties of garden plants year after year with this comprehensive guide to gathering, preparing, and planting seeds. Authors Robert Gough and Cheryl Moore-Gough provide simple instructions that clearly explain the whole process, from basic plant biology to proper seed storage and successful propagation. Gardeners of any experience level will find all the information they need to preserve genetic diversity, cut costs, and extend the life of their favorite plants to the next generation and beyond.

Medicinal Herbs

Author: Timothy Tripp
Editor: Speedy Publishing LLC
ISBN: 1683688147
File Size: 42,59 MB
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Medicinal herbs are in use for more than thousands of years. They help heal your body effectively and naturally. Such herbs you can use in the treatment of blood loss, infections, sickness and many more. There are above 50,000 strains in the world. This book helps you to learn about growing your medicinal herbs. You will learn what every herb can do for you. You will learn everything you need to grow them yourself. The primary things you will be taught in this guide are the basics of all important medicinal herbs. With the best medicinal herbs, you'll then be in a position to begin finding out about how herbs develop, what your herbs need from the soil, irrigation, the weather, as well as feeding. Learn how one can make a quantity of usual treatments for more than a few illnesses with your herbs and how you can benefit from your gardens. This book is a complete counselor for someone who has ever wished for taking a look at something unique and producing it themselves.

The Medicinal Gardening Handbook

Author: Dede Cummings
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 162914195X
File Size: 45,32 MB
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Features profiles and uses for cultivated herbs (astragalus, calendula, chamomile, comfrey, echinacea, elder, garlic, lemon balm, motherwort, peppermint, sage, valerian) and wild herbs (burdock, coltsfoot, dandelion, mullein, nettle, plantain, red clover, red raspberry, self-heal, St. John's wort, yarrow, yellow dock).

New Complete Guide To Gardening

Author: Susan A. Roth
Editor: Better Homes & Gardens Books
ISBN: 9780696214578
File Size: 38,37 MB
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Offers tips for gardeners throughout the United States, discussing topics including trees, vines, roses, annuals, bulbs, fruit, vegetables, herbs, planting, garden tools, lawn maintenance, and frost date.

The Wisconsin Garden Guide

Author: Jerry Minnich
Editor: Trails Books
ISBN: 9781934553329
File Size: 49,35 MB
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For the past 35 years, thousands of Wisconsin gardeners have relied on the The Wisconsin Garden Guide. Now for the first time in full color, this revised and updated guide should be your one dependable reference to gardening the Badger State. Whether your garden is in a small backyard or on several acres, you will find just what you need to know to be a successful gardener in Wisconsin's challenging climate.

The Ultimate Book Of Herbs Herb Gardening

Author: Jessica Houdret
Editor: Lorenz Books
ISBN: 9781859679104
File Size: 14,74 MB
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Herbs have been regarded by different cultures, both ancient and modern, as a valuable aspect of daily life. Prized for their range of scents, medicinal properties, and remarkable seasoning qualities, herbs appeal to all of the senses. The Ultimate Book of Herbs and Herb Gardening explains the history of herbs, the beginning of the Western tradition of herb use, and theme gardens such as a Medieval Garden, Shakespeare Garden, and Potpourri Herb Garden. All of these are described with detailed planting plans and plant lists so that the reader can create an aesthetically pleasing style of herb garden.

The Complete Guide To Herbs Gardening Discover The Secret Art Of Successful Herbs Gardening

Author: Michelle Lauren
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1304086674
File Size: 54,37 MB
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Are you interested with owning and tending your own herb garden? Do you want to have the most flavorful herbs? You'll learn how to: -have the most flavorful herbs without using harmful chemicals -have an herb garden without spending tons of money on expensive store bought herbs -control diseases and pests -give the best care for your herbs -transplant your herbs -design a gorgeous herb garden -preserve your herbs -harvest your herbs If those aren't enough, you'll also learn: -tips and tricks when it comes to planting herbs garden indoor or outdoor -how to NOT make rookie mistakes -expert herb gardeners -what you must not do when it comes to picking location -when and how to use different kinds of herbs -and many more Hey,if you are looking to start an herb garden the right way, this is the book for you

The Complete Guide To No Dig Gardening

Author: Charlie Nardozzi
Editor: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 0760367914
File Size: 60,41 MB
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The Complete Guide to No-Dig Gardening is a warm and friendly, yet science-based, guide where readers learn how to grow a healthy, productive garden without ever turning over the soil.

Complete Herb Gardening

Author: Lisa H Gregory Ph D
Editor:
ISBN:
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There are many ways to define an herb. In the botanical sense, an "herb" is an herbaceous plant that lacks a woody stem and dies to the ground each winter. Another definition describes herbs as any plant or plant part that has historically been used for culinary or fragrance purposes. And a broad definition of an herb is defined as a "useful plant" but one has to wonder what is meant by useful.Herbs are easy to grow.With a broad look at the word herb, it is possible to include hundreds of plants that fit the definition. While many herbs are in fact herbaceous, there are a lot that do develop woody stems. A gardener may wish to choose herb plants that have culinary value and aromatic value. And in addition to these traditional qualities, many herbs also offer a great deal of ornamental value to the garden as well.Herbs can be classified as being either annual, perennial or biennial depending on whether they need to grow from seed each year or come back from overwintering crowns, roots, or bulbs. There are many herbs classified as tender perennials that are sold in parts of the country that do not allow them to overwinter successfully outdoors. These herbs are often grown in containers during the summer months and moved indoors before cold weather where they are overwintered in a sunny location of the home. Then next season they are moved back outdoors.It is good to note the hardiness zones of the perennial herbs you buy and the hardiness zone where you garden. This helps to avoid disappointment thinking the herb you bought will be a permanent part of the garden when it may not be for the zone in which you are located. This necessitates planning on how you are going to overwinter the plant for next season.

Gardening The Complete Guide

Author: Miranda Smith
Editor: Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN: 1607654369
File Size: 44,89 MB
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Gardening: The Complete Guide will satisfy those readers who enjoy the process of gardening as much as the finished product. It contains equal parts of inspirational photographs and hands-on instructional pictures. The book presents the latest gardening techniques for the 21st century gardener with an emphasis on time-saving, efficient practices. There is considerable space devoted to growing herbs, flowers, vegetables, and fruit. This book is perfect for the gardener who wants to know how things grow and why certain practices are more effective.

Herb Gundell S Complete Guide To Rocky Mountain Gardening

Author: Denny McKeown
Editor: Taylor Publishing Company (TX)
ISBN: 9780878333851
File Size: 56,50 MB
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Herb Vegetable Gardening

Author: Murdoch Books
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1741962285
File Size: 33,78 MB
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"This is an information-packed reference book for anyone wishing to grow their own edible garden, whether they have space only for a few pots on a balcony or a dedicated vegetable patch. Elegantly designed and lavishly illustrated throughout with step-by-step, ID and landscape photographs, it also features a detailed plant directory. Herb and vegetable gardening provides essential information about cultivating, propagating, maintaining, harvesting and storing, and designing with, a huge range of herbs and vegetables. It also presents recipes and techniques for preparing garden produce, and looks at medicinal, cosmetic and household uses for herbs."--Provided by publisher.

The Total Garden

Author: A. M. Clevely
Editor: Harmony
ISBN:
File Size: 51,37 MB
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Complete with "greenfinger" tips for improving soil, constructing windbreaks, effective home-made remedies for pests and more.