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The Little Book of Herb Tips (Little Books of Tips)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | The Little Book of Herb Tips (Little Books of Tips).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    William Fortt(Author)

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Herbs are one of the wonders of the garden and kitchen. This little book will be an inspiration for keen gardeners and cooks: learn how to grow your own parsley, mint or bay; when not to fiddle with basil; how to crush garlic; and why we should make room in our lives (and space on our shelves) for the forgotten wonders of borage, hyssop and purslane.

These invaluable tips will teach you how to make the most of all things herby

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 112 pages
  • William Fortt(Author)
  • Absolute Press (19 Oct. 2017)
  • English
  • 10
  • Home & Garden

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  • By Benedicte on 6 August 2017

    Cute book but not for us who want instructions as to how to grow our own herbs for the first time. Lots of other nice tibs and how to use Herbs etc.

  • By Sid Smith on 29 May 2017

    Small little book,but as with the little book series there are always useful tips.

  • By rick on 25 July 2017

    very handy

  • By William Wright on 8 July 2013

    A worthwhile and informative little book which gave us some idea's which we have put into practice, we are now looking forward to the results !!.

  • By Hal P. on 12 February 2015

    Great little book with lots of good advice for someone who has decided to have a herb garden of their own for the first time like me. Was never really interested in gardening. But I like cooking. Having your. Own herbs makes it more interesting.

  • By Tony-Bins on 4 June 2015

    Well, was worth the 1p, but not paying postage for the four different ones I bought, all at same time.None of the tips were particularly unusual and already knew 90% plus on all the tips subjects.Tiny book that disappears on shelf.I think all the tip books maybe more useful to youngsters.

  • By Ken Ireland on 3 August 2013

    Lacks info on what foods to use herbs with, thought it would be more informative for cooking ok as a general coverage.

  • By Steven C. on 16 February 2017

    Handy handbag size so when you are shopping you can get hints of what herbs go with what and what you use them foralso good ideas

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