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A Beginner's Guide to Patio and Kitchen Herb Gardens: 21 Herbs You Can Grow at Home (Gardening Quick Start Guides Book 5) (English Edition) par [Green, Martha]
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Do you like using herbs when cooking? Are you into arts and crafts and enjoy using herbs in your products? Or are you someone who utilizes herbs for their medicinal purposes? What it is your reason for loving herbs, then it is time for you to grow these herbs in your own patio or kitchen. Aside from being a good hobby, growing herbs can certainly help you save more money.

A Beginner’s Guide to Patio and Kitchen Herb Gardens will teach you the following topics and more:

- Reasons to Grow Herbs at Home
- Essential Things to Get Started With Growing Herbs at Home
- Best Soil Mixes for Herbs in Containers
- 21 Herbs You Can Grow at Home
- Common Mistakes in Growing Herbs
- Insect and Pest Control in Your Herb Garden
- Harvesting and Preserving Home Grown Herbs

Enjoy the experience of having your own herb garden!

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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Perfect for beginners or serve as a reminder to veteran gardeners 27 février 2014
Par B. Hurley - Publié sur
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This is a great book for the beginner. I have attempted numerous times to grow basic herbs without much success but the information Ms. Green has supplied was certainly an eye opener and truly a wealth of information on growing herbs. It is an A to Z process from the ground up.

Ms. Green takes us from the very beginning of the right soil, fertilizers, watering to harvesting and storage. She helps to identify the insects that will destroy our precious crop to how to help keep them at bay. She also tells us where our herb growing mistakes could be....yup, I can relate to that!

This is an awesome wealth of information for the beginner or can even serve as a reminder to veteran gardeners. As I'm starting to use herbs a lot more in my cooking, I will certainly try my hand at herb gardening again this year armed with much more helpful information.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 √ Just Seeing Those Borage Herbs Will Relax You! 18 juillet 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur
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This is a fun book that explains how to get started with herb gardening. There are lots of good tips, and examples of herbs that you can grow--even inside. As the subtitle explains, this is a "Beginner's Guide." That was good for me, since I don't think I've ever grown an herb. I tried growing Catnip once--does that qualify as a "herb?" (It didn't last long, anyway, since some animals attacked the plant. Probably wild cats.)

♦ Occasional photos depicting the herb being discussed. I bet those photos look even better on a color screen. (They're fine on my Kindle, but it is only monochrome.)

♦ Listing of different herbs to try growing, and how to care for them. The herbs are sorted alphabetically. For example, in the very first entry, Martha explains "How to grow Anise Seed." There is a point by point description of exactly what to do.

♦ There is an entry for "Borage," which I admit I had never heard of. (I think, however, there is a movie with that title.) I felt a little humbled when the author emphasized that borage is "well-known for medicinal purposes, as it helps reduce feber, fight depression, relieve diarrhea, and treat bronchitis." And I didn't even know its name! Sigh.

♦ Aha! I saw one herb I knew all about--MINT! My experience with mint goes something like this: Try to keep it out of my yard! Well, by planting herbs in containers, you avoid the problem with the incredible invasive nature of mint.

♦ List of all the advantages of growing your own herbs; e.g., "Educational for Both Adults and Kids." I think that's true--both adults and kids can benefit from learning how to grow things, as well as benefits of the herb.

There is a useful section on how to harvest your herbs, including ways to preserve and store for future use.

√ This is a concise, well-written guide to how to get started in growing your own herbs. I found this little book informative and fun to read. Plus now I know all about "borage!" Recommend!

♫ A Review by Chris Lawson

► Note: I do not personally know the author of this book, nor was I asked to write a 5-Star Review.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The authors surname is very appropriate. 6 mars 2014
Par Wanda - Publié sur
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As a beginner I cannot attest to the technical aspects of the book. In example if the soil composition recommended will work or not. I only recently started my herb garden.

What I can say is that the book is easy to use, well organized and simple enough to make me excited to see if my first ever herb garden will survive.

I was so inspired I went out and bought some mixed herbs the day after I started reading the book. I may update my review later if I have a positive result. What I do know is that I will keep this book to refer too often.
I loved how neat and easy the herbs are discussed seperately.

2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lots of useful information 3 mars 2014
Par Mia Randall (mettamia) - Publié sur
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I'm currently growing a variety of herbs with reasonable success and growing them has given me great pleasure and lots of culinary improvements!

This book has given me lots of ideas on more herbs that I'd like to grow - thankfully, I'll be able to refer back to this book to find out how to sow and grow each one.

I have also discovered some improvements on the way I am growing some of my current herbs which I shall be implementing in the coming weeks.

Packed with tips and useful info, I highly recommend this book to all current or aspiring her gardeners!
3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great start for a beginner 1 mars 2014
Par Frugal Ant - Publié sur
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I had a hard time with the stars, because I didn't think this book was only worth three, but not quite worth four. I'm rating it 3.5 stars.

Overall not a bad tutorial for the beginner. I like how the herbs are listed individually for easy reference, with an introduction of each herb that states what the herbs are generally used for. I also like that there is information on the sunlight needs for each herb, and soil requirements.

There are some inconsistencies that if fixed could improve the book greatly. For instance, in the tools section, it doesn't mention that you need a pH meter, however, under the herbs, it tells you what pH your soil should be at, in order to test that, you would need a pH meter, or send the soil out for testing. I was also under the impression based on the title and introduction, that this book would concentrate more on growing your herbs indoors, but instead, its generalized, and assumes you would want to transplant outside. I would really love to see a book that lists herbs individually such as this one, but separates the different needs the plants would have based on growing indoors or outdoors.

I would recommend this tutorial for the very beginner, but I also think there is room to expand and offer more information. I consider myself an experienced gardener, and was offered to read this book for free, so I tried to read it from the perspective of someone who has never gardened before, and found the information to be well organized and useful. From the advanced gardeners perspective, I could see a lot more information being provided.
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