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  • Author:
    Grace Deutsch,Ernest Small
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Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners has everything herb lovers need to know about cultivating annual and perennial herbs in USDA zones 1 to 5 anywhere snow. Gourmet chefs and grandmas know that fresh herbs can make an ordinary meal exquisite. But how do you grow basil, rosemary, and sweet cicely in regions with short summers and cold winters? Culinary Herbs for Short Season Gardeners has everything herb lover.

Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners. by Grace Deutsch, Ernest Small. Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners: ISBN 9780660177854 (978-0-660-17785-4) Softcover, NRC Press (Canada), 2001. ISBN 9780660177854 (978-0-660-17785-4) Softcover, NRC Press (Canada), 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners'. ISBN 9780862835965 (978-0-86283-596-5) Hardcover, Bramley Books, 1988.

Culinary Herbs for Short Season Gardeners by Ernest Small and Grace Deutsch. Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners is a comprehensive, reader friendly guide to cultivating over 50 culinary herbs – including over 100 cultivars – under the less-than-ideal climatic conditions experienced by northern gardeners. Includes descriptions of the herbs, cultivation and harvesting notes, culinary uses, and herbal trivia, plus gardening tips and techniques for cold-climate herb gardeners. Also includes expert advice on the safe medicinal use of culinary herbs

Ernest Small, ‎Grace Deutsch.

Ernest Small, ‎Grace Deutsch. Whether you are a novice or an experienced short-season gardener, you will get maximum benefit from this book if you take the time to read the sections that precede the Culinary Herb Compendium, which starts on page 27. Interpreting a Plant Hardiness Zone Map will help you determine which perennial herbs are hardy enough to survive winters in your area. Making the Most of the Short Growing Season is full of practical advice on how to get the growing season for your herbs started early and how to keep it going late, despite the weather.

SHORT-SEASON GARDENERS Ernest Small, Grace Deutsch. Plant hardiness zone map for North America

SHORT-SEASON GARDENERS Ernest Small, Grace Deutsch. No part of this publication may be reproduced in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publishers. Plant hardiness zone map for North America. Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners is aimed primarily at gardeners cultivating herbs in zones 1–5. 6. M.

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Culinary herbs (Complete gardener's library) Hardcover – 1998. I like to experiment with herbs in cooking so I got this book in hopes that I could learn more about them. by. Maggie Oster (Author). It is an interesting read, I love the articles on how to grow them, and the various uses for each of them.

Culinary Herbs for Short-Season Gardeners has everything herb lovers need to know about cultivating annual and perennial herbs in USDA zones 1 to 5 anywhere snow sticks to the ground in the winter, from Alaska to Pennsylvania. Learn how to make the most of a short growing season, including: picking the best location for planting, providing wind protection and cold air drainage, building raised beds, using season extenders, seeding indoors and outdoors, hardening off and transplanting, and mulching.