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The Royal Horticultural Society New Encyclopedia of Herbs and Their Uses The Definitive A-Z Guide to the Uses and Cultivation of Herbs

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By: Deni Bown
448 pages, Col photos
The Royal Horticultural Society New Encyclopedia of Herbs and Their Uses
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  • The Royal Horticultural Society New Encyclopedia of Herbs and Their Uses ISBN: 9781405300599 Edition: 2 Hardback Mar 2003 Out of Print #128211
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Full of information on cultivation, propagation and harvesting, this book covers both the practical uses and the history of herbs from around the world. It provides a comprehensive A-Z of herbs, with cultivation, propagation and harvesting information. It includes features on beneficial properties, including culinary, medicinal and commercial uses as well as warning symbols to alert you to potentially toxic or harmful herbs.

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Deni Brown has been a gardener and botanist all her life. She is an award-winning horticultural writer and keen photographer. She lectures widely and has made television and radio broadcasts about her work. Deni lives in Norfolk.
Out of Print
By: Deni Bown
448 pages, Col photos
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