Item description for Herb gardening for The Midwest by Debra Knapke & Laura Peters...
Overview Offers guidelines on herb gardening and features herbs that can be grown under the weather conditions of the American Midwest.
Publishers Description The herb garden holds special status in the realm of gardening. It is an unbeatable source of fresh flavor for home cooking, of folkloric remedies for common ailments and of delightful beauty for the gardening enthusiast. Herbs encompass a wide range of useful plants: everything from herbaceous perennials to trees, shrubs, vines, lichens and fungi. Herbs may be culinary in use or medicinal. They can flavor soup or act as a natural pesticide. In Herb Gardening for the Midwest, the authors profile 90 herbs that can be grown under regional conditions and provide ample information concerning cultivation and care.
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Studio: Lone Pine International
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Publisher Lone Pine International
ISBN 9768200383 ISBN13 9789768200389
Availability 0 units.
More About Debra Knapke & Laura Peters
Knapke is a horticulture instructor at Columbus State Community College where she teaches courses in landscape principles, herbaceous plants and specialty gardens.
Debra Knapke currently resides in Columbus, in the state of Ohio. Debra Knapke was born in 1951.