STALKING THE WILD ASPARAGUS was a bible of the environmental movement--as well as a primer for anyone interested in healthy, inexpensive eating.
"delightful and as valid today as they were more than two decades ago.
Nelson Bryant,The New York Times (1989) "
"He (Euell Gibbons) was a man who knew the wild in a way that no one else in this time has even marginally approached.
John McPhee,The New York Times (1976) "
At first I was worried that there would only be stories and not much helpful information, but as I read on, this book became a treasure. JUST what I have been looking for. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia Bondor
After taking my Master Gardener Classes in 2005 one of my many talks on "gardening' is "Edible Wild Plants and Garden Grazing a.k.a. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kathleen A Dean
worth passing on to the kids, this will ignite some latent fires and bring depth to your acquaintance with wild plants.Published 7 months ago by Harvey B. Vedder
Gifted two copies of one of my favorite books. I scouted the wild asparagus as a child of the '60s and '70s.Published 8 months ago by mary schaefer