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Herbs: Simple Projects for the Weekend Gardener

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- An inspiring and practical guide to making the most of herbs in your garden- Acclaimed gardener and writer George Carter offers 20 simple step-by-step projects for herbal plantings you can finish in a weekend- Basic information on the herbs and gardening techniques, a resource guide, and dozens of evocative photographs by Marianne Majerus are also included
Paperback, 111 pages
Published January 3rd 2004 by Ryland Peters & Small (first published 1997)
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This Herbs: Garden Project Workbook is a well organized and helpful guide book for the gardener who wants to engage in development of home herb gardens and needs practical and workable solutions to make them happen.

The book is divided into four sections: formal, scent & color, kitchen herb & informal herb gardens. Each section has four to six types of herb gardens, which open up into three divided sections that show best herbs for that type, practical means of arranging them, tools and s
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