- By Dina Falconi, 2013 (hardcover, 230 pages)
This field guide and wild foods cookbook celebrates and reclaims the lost art of turning locally gathered wild plants into nutritious, delicious meals- a tradition long practiced by our ancestors but neglected in modern times. The book's 50 beautiful, instructive botanical illustrations by Wendy Hollender and over 100 recipes offer an adventurous and satisfying way to eat locally and seasonally.
- 48 cards
These botanical Knowledge Cards come packaged in a convenient boxed deck and provide one of the most convenient methods for practicing botanical identification skills. Each deck includes 48 plants featured from nineteenth century botanical illustrations and are accompanied by text describing their appearances, habitats and medicinal uses.
- By Tammi Hartung, 2011 (softcover, 255 pages)
Infuse your yard with the flavor, fragrance, and beauty of organic herbs. Whether you want to work herbs into existing flower or food gardens, grow them in containers, or plant a dedicated herb garden, Homegrown Herbs is your in-depth guide to everything you need to know about planting, caring for, harvesting, drying, and using more than 100 herbs. Offering a step-by-step primer for gardeners of every level, this book shows you how to use herbs for cooking, home pharmacy, body care, and more. With this delightful and useful book as your guide, you will discover that growing and using herbs is one of the easiest ways possible to bring more beauty, flavor, and health into your life.
- By Michael Moore, 2003 (softcover, 359 pages)
Renowned herbalist and teacher Michael Moore, the author of several books on medicinal plants, presents a one-of-a-kind guide covering over three hundred species of plants ranging geographically from Baja California to Southeast Alaska. Featuring both native and introduced species within the region, this attractive book features maps, over 80 line drawings, 44 color photographs, and a glossary.
- By Kathi Keville, 2016 (softcover, 276 pages)
Immerse yourself in the healing power of fragrance! Plant aromas affect our brains in surprising and healthful ways, and adding potent botanicals to your garden can create a restorative haven. The Aromatherapy Garden explains how fragrant plants can be as therapeutic as they are intoxicating, and how easy it is to add this captivating element to gardens large and small.
- By Katie Letcher Lyle, 2016 (softcover, 223 pages)
Edible wild plants, mushrooms, fruits, and nuts grow in the woods, along roadsides, amid country fields, and even in urban parks. All kinds of plants and fungi that command hefty prices at the market are bountiful outdoors and free for the taking. In order to enjoy these gifts of nature you must know when to harvest and how to identify, prepare, and eat them.
- By Richo Cech, 2009 (softcover, 159 pages)
It is our birthright to garden. Plants need our care, and as breathers of air and consumers of salad, it is hard to deny our interdependency. Beloved Oregon herb grower Richo Cech offers this festive work which is a true delight to read, and covers multiple aspects of herb growing that many books seem to neglect. This book covers the observation of plants in nature, planting with the seasons, creating plant habitat, crop diversity, preparing the earth, making diverse composts and potting soils, planting seeds and cuttings, caring for your plants, and harvesting and processing herbs and seeds. This book is full of amusing anecdotes, lively stories, encouraging experiences, and is delightfully illustrated Sena Cech Olivier.