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ISBN:1580172156
Author: Tammi Hartung
ISBN13: 978-1580172158
Title: Growing 101 Herbs That Heal: Gardening Techniques, Recipes, and Remedies
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Language: English
Category: Alternative Medicine
Publisher: Storey Publishing; 1st edition (February 15, 2000)
Pages: 256

Growing 101 Herbs That Heal: Gardening Techniques, Recipes, and Remedies by Tammi Hartung



by Hartung, Tammi, 1961-. Publication date 2000. Topics Herb gardening, Herbs. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t5cc23n8r.

Complete instructions for successfully growing 101 medicinal plants using totally organic techniques. An excellent guide for novices and experts alike, Growing 101 Herbs That Heal combines gardening, cooking, crafts, and natural healthcare into one sturdy manual. The author's care and concern for healthy plants and people are evident on every page, and there's an astonishing amount of detail in every section.

No current Talk conversations about this book. Also includes herb-by-herb profiles and a guide to making medicines and delicious healing foods.

In "Homegrown Herbs," Tammi Hartung provides the definitive guide to planting, growing, harvesting, and using more than 100 herbs. An internationally renowned herbalist, teacher, and certified organic grower, Hartung has filled this indispensable reference with a wide range of information gathered from her 30 years of studying and working hands-on with these amazing plants In "Homegrown Herbs," Tammi Hartung provides the definitive guide to planting, growing, harvesting, and using more than 100 herbs. It is chocked full of recipes, remedies, color photographs, and detailed information on cultivating your own herbs. What I found especially useful about this book is how it is so extensive but still manages to be so detailed, simple, but not sloppy. This book covers everything from foraging recipes to how to create your own ointments to how to disinfect your garden tools.

Gardening Techniques, Recipes, and Remedies. by Tammi Hartung, Tammi Hartung. Published February 15, 2000 by Storey Publishing, LLC. Herbs, Herb gardening, In library, Therapeutic use, Protected DAISY. Gardening with medicinal plants is intriguing to many of us.

Tammi Hartung provides in-depth profiles of 101 popular herbs, including information on seed selection, planting, maintenance, harvesting, and drying. Hartung also shows you how to use your herbs in a variety of foods, home remedies, body care products, and crafts. Whether you’re a seasoned herbalist or planting your first garden, Homegrown Herbs will inspire you to get the most out of your herbs. Tammi applies these principles - using the herbs’ own inherent healing properties to help balance and heal the garden’s ecosystem - to problem-solve the issues that. This entire book teaches us to think like a plant when we garden. Growing plants and making one’s own kitchen remedies has been such a long tradition of human beings.

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Gardening with medicinal plants is growing in popularity, and the market for botanical medicines continues to increase. Hartung offers instructions on planning and designing a garden, and she includes a chart giving basic information on 101 herbs: height, spacing, color, water requirements, and soil preferences. A chart listing plant habitat preferences accompanies a chart to help readers plan a theme garden. A chapter on cooking with medicinal herbs contains 16 recipes. There also is a 66-page list of herbs, giving their personality and blooming traits, heights, and sun and soil requirements, along with care, propagation, and harvesting instructions, and their medicinal benefits and home pharmacy uses also are included. This book should be required reading for anyone seeking a certificate in herbology, and I highly recommend it to anyone seeking a greater.

Complete instructions for successfully growing 101 medicinal plants using totally organic techniques. Hartung, a certified organic grower and board member of United Plant Savers, shares all the secrets of propagation, soil preparation, natural pest management, harvesting techniques, and even garden design for both beauty and highest yield. Also includes herb-by-herb profiles and a guide to making medicines and delicious healing foods.
Reviews: 7
Atineda
This larger format book is visually appealing from cover to cover. It is laden with amazing color photos, charts, drawings; it is simply a pleasure to pick up and flip through. The bonus is that it is actually chock full of great information on what the title promises, and so much more. Hartung, a certified organic grower and board member of United Plant Savers, has carefully and lovingly organized this book to be of constant service. It has a section on garden design with examples of ecosystem gardens, wild gardens, space-saving and raised beds as well as others, and a chart of the herbs with their specific needs, and location preferences. . In this section, Hartung points out that, “the garden you plant today may be very different from the one you plant five years from now.” Isn’t that the truth.
This books also covers propagation (more great charts), garden maintenance, pest and disease control (all natural remedies– and with life size drawings of the insects for proper identification), harvesting and drying of the herbs, medicine making, recipes, and a very complete Materia Medica on the herbs covered, complete with more great photos for every write up.
This book would be a pleasure and an asset to those at any stage of herbalism- those just beginning their exploration with herbs, , and those seeking a a “next step” book to help them learn the medicinal aspects, and still for the advanced herbalist, as the charts are so user friendly, the information is simple but thorough, and the step by step photos give the reader the feel that they are attending mini herb workshops. Susan Weed writes of this book, “This thorough and dedicated book will help nourish yourself delightfully, improve your health easily, and create lasting joy in your life and the lives of all who knows you.”
Qane
This helpful book gives a lot of great information on how to grow the 101 herbs. She gives ideas for herb garden designs, a few recipes for "medicinal food" herbs and most importantly growing information for the herbs. How easy they are to start from seed and any pretreatments the seeds need to germinate, whether the herbs like sun, shade, moisture, etc. She even gives charts on suggestions for theme gardens (culinary, upper respiratory, digestion, etc.). For actual recipes on how to use the herbs for these purposes, I recommend Rosemary Gladstar's book Rosemary Gladstar's Herbal Recipes for Vibrant Health: 175 Teas, Tonics, Oils, Salves, Tinctures, and Other Natural Remedies for the Entire Family.
Buridora
I had checked this book out of my local library and left it on the patio table & it got rained on so I ordered a copy as a replacement. I carefully took my hairdryer and blow dried all the pages and was able to salvage the library book for my own library.
Tammi Hartung has done a great job and includes lots of pictures. I particularly like the section on making your own tinctures, oils, salves, balms, etc. There are cultivations notes on the 100 herbs at the end of the book that are an easy reference. A lot of information at an easily assimilable format. Great book for beginning herbalists.
Kage
I might be able to grow some of these herbs....I have a hard time growing mold on bread....so you may fine it too basic.
Llanonte
If you're interested in medicinal herbs, being able to take care of yourself holistically, or even just in preserving endangered plants this is a great book to own. It not only tells you where you can get the seeds or plants, how to grow them, how to harvest them (which is detrimental to the value of many), but it offers information, as well and if you're interested, in trying to sell some once it's been grown from your garden (it gives an idea on sales value and what market's apt to buy what). It also tells which herbs are used for what, and by who. Plus it throws in some yummy and medicinal recipes too.
GYBYXOH
Wonderful color pictures and overview of these different herbs. Learned a lot!
Fararala
good
I have had the pleasure of knowing the author of this book since we were both young children. I have watched her develop her knowledge and skills in this area for 20 years, yet I was amazed at the amount of information she provided in her book! Her style in presenting the information allows even the most novice of gardeners ample opportunity to learn and develop their skills. Yet she provides considerable information to those readers who are more advanced in their gardening skills.
Easy to read, easy to understand, it leaves you wanting more. I sincerely hope that Tammi undertakes another book (as her extremely busy schedule allows!) in the not so distant future.