This is a great book to add to your collection for foraging for edible wild plants.
If you do not know about the foods around you this will be a great book to read and take your kids out for a journey and teach them what you just learn about nature.
If you have read Euell Gibbon's "Stalking the wild asparagus", then you'll love this book like I do.
Got this book specifically for the chapter on Roses - not disappointed at all. Euell is a very knowledgeable herbalist and his conversational tone is charming. Love this book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by SarahSummerSun
This is a great book to add to your collection for foraging for edible wild plants. Great reading for sure. KathleenPublished 8 months ago by Kathleen A Dean
Of course, the book is written to hold the reader's attention. However, a friend had given rave reviews, and I was hoping for better pictures of the plants. Read morePublished 14 months ago by GAIL GILLIS
who can cook without herbs? fresh herbs are so much better than dried from the store. they enhance the food so mhch more when fresh and you know you've found them yourselfPublished 21 months ago by Norma Godsave
The information is dated, writing style a bit stuffy, but this is a classic. This book launched the "foraging" movement and inspired many of the books and imitators that... Read morePublished 22 months ago by PK Oregun
I never realized how many wonderful herbs were right outside my back door. Just taking a walk with my eyes 'opened' by this book I see natural and free herbs to keep me... Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by D. Sherman
It's a fine, entertaining book, and I learned things. I've been studying herbalism for a wee bit now, and most of the information is based on nutritional benefits or finding... Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by Bludevil412
I just love this book, it reminds me of my childhood when my father took me on many journey's around our farm and forest. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Valerie