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The Value of Weeds

By: Ann Cliff(Author)
128 pages, 120 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
The Value of Weeds
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  • The Value of Weeds ISBN: 9781785002786 Paperback Aug 2017 In stock
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Weeds are wild plants that have survived in the face of centuries of hostility. Many gardeners who are unfamiliar with the versatility of weeds think of them as a nuisance. They can be good, bad, dangerous or beautiful. Above all, they are tough. This essential guide explores the virtues of good weeds, including how they can protect soil and add to soil fertility; act as companion plants in gardens; provide food for farm livestock; support wildlife; provide herbal remedies for minor ailments; yield vegetable dyes and finally, give us weed cuisine: nutritious food and drink for free.

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Ann Cliff is a farmer and an untidy gardener. She has written many books and articles on practical country living, and ten novels about rural life in the nineteenth century.

By: Ann Cliff(Author)
128 pages, 120 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
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