Fb2 Just Weeds: History, Myths and Uses ePub
by Bob Johnson,Pamela Jones
|Category:||Gardening and Landscape Design|
|Subcategory:||Hobbies and Homemade|
|Author:||Bob Johnson,Pamela Jones|
|Publisher:||Chapters Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (April 1, 1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1939 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1634 kb|
|Digital formats:||rtf txt lrf doc|
YA- A dictionary, a history, an herbal guide, Just Weeds is useful for anyone interested in what wildflowers and plants are all about. Jones and Johnson combine their talents to provide readers with a visual and textual delight.
YA- A dictionary, a history, an herbal guide, Just Weeds is useful for anyone interested in what wildflowers and plants are all about. This will be of particular interest for those just becoming intrigued with "natural" recipes, herbal remedies, and the beauty of everyday, ordinary, but not just plain, weeds.
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To Pamela Jones, the wild plants that most of us call weeds - far from being the scourges of the garden - are .
To Pamela Jones, the wild plants that most of us call weeds - far from being the scourges of the garden - are among nature's most generous, useful gifts.
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Just Weeds: History, Myths, and Uses. Illustrations by Bob Johnson. New York: Prentice Hall, 1991.
The edible weeds that grew among the cultivated vegetables in the medieval kitchen garden were also harvested and used as potherbs. Above, from left to right: purslane, a succulent weed of fertile soils, is a common weed in our own vegetable gardens; lamb’s quarters, also known as fat hen, is now a very common weed in the United States; Good King Henry is related to the nutritious lamb’s quarters and was cultivated as a vegetable.
Just Weeds : History, Myths, and Uses. By (author) Pamela Jones.
Jones is an Open Source advocate who previously trained and worked as a paralegal. Jones' articles have appeared in Linux Journal, LWN, LinuxWorld Magazine, Linux Today, and LinuxWorld. She also wrote a monthly opinion column for the UK print publication Linux User and Developer.
Personal Name: Jones, Pamela. Rubrics: Weeds History Folklore Utilization. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Rubrics: Weeds History Folklore Utilization. Download now Just weeds : history, myths, and uses Pamela Jones: Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Feedback History and Summary. 1 positive No neutrals No negatives. Good history and information of 30 mostly known wild plants we call weeds. Got me eating more of those that are edible and respecting some I considered undesirable. Return to the Garden Bookworm homepage.