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Your Indoor Herb Garden

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Publisher: New Society Publishers
Pub. Date: 2020-05-05
ISBN: 9780865719330
Format: Paperback - 176 pages
Size: 7.5" x 9" (w x h)
BISAC: GARDENING / Herbs

Your Indoor Herb Garden

Growing and Harvesting Herbs at Home

Growing herbs indoors leads the list of the healthiest and most useful indoor activities we can do. Herbs can clean the air of toxins, provide oxygen and humidity, and help vanquish our psychoses. And they're tasty!

Learn how to grow herbs for health, for taste, and for life with Your Indoor Herb Garden, a comprehensive guide to growing herbs indoors. Featuring all the tips and guidance you'll need to grow and harvest organic culinary and medicinal herbs right in your own home. Coverage includes:

  • Techniques for successfully growing herbs indoors
  • Equipment, soil types, and feeding
  • Why indoor herb gardens are an important part of life, from cooking to healing
  • Herbal medicine
  • Herbal history and lore
  • An annotated glossary of herbs, including their common uses, growing requirements, cautions, and more.

This is the ideal practical guide for gardeners and cooks with an interest in healthy living and fresh flavors looking to create their own indoor herb garden anywhere.

About the Author

D.J. Herda is a professional author, gourmet chef, and master indoor/outdoor gardener. He is a syndicated newspaper and magazine garden writer, columnist, and test grower for Jackson & Perkins and the Rodale Institute. He lives and works in the Rocky Mountains of the southwestern United States. www.djherda.org



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