Grow Your Own Herbs

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Grow Your Own Herbs
  • Susan Belsinger
  • 08 December 2017
  • 9781604699296

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Grow Your Own Herbs Nothing Tastes Better Than Herbs Harvested Fresh From The Garden In Grow Your Own Herbs, Garden Experts Susan Belsinger And Arthur O Tucker Share Everything A New Gardener Or Home Cook Needs To Know To Grow The Forty Most Important Culinary Herbs Grow Your Own Herbs Starts With Basic Gardening Information With Details On Soil, Watering, And Potting Profiles Of 40 Herbs Including Popular Varieties Like Basil, Bay Laurel, Lemon Verbena, Tarragon, Savory, Thyme, And Feature Tasting Notes, Cultivation Information, And Harvesting Tips Additional Information Includes Instructions For Preserving And Storing, Along With Techniques For Making Delicious Pastes, Syrups, Vinegar, And Butters Grow Your Own Herbs Is Perfect For Those New To Gardening, Gardeners With Limited Space, And Anyone Looking To Add Fresh Herbs To Their Daily Meals.

10 thoughts on “Grow Your Own Herbs

  1. says:

    Herbs have become a staple in our vegetable garden for the past few years, but I am always unsure of what to plant I was really excited when I ran across this book and looked forward learning all about herbs.This book does not miss a beat It educates us on planting condition, provides harvesting tips, and teaches us how to maintain the health of your herbs It also provides a few fun herb recipes such as syrups, vinegars, pastes, and butters.I was particularly interested in the tasting notes and cooking tips for all 40 herbs They are extremely detailed and very informative They give tips on how to use them, what flavors to expect, and in some cases how to cut them.While at the garden center over the weekend I picked up a few herbs sweet basil, dill, cilantro and oregano I saw a purple basil and was intrigued by its beautiful color but did not know how to use it, so I passed it up According to this book, it looks beautiful among the green herb...

  2. says:

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not regurgitate the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it.Nothing tastes better than herbs harvested fresh from the garden In Grow Your Own Herbs, garden experts Susan Belsinger and Arthur O Tucker share everything a new gardener or home cook needs to know to grow the forty most important culinary herbs Grow Your Own Herbs starts with basic gardening information with details on soil, watering, and potting Profiles of 40 herbs including popular varieties like basil, bay laurel, lemon verbena, tarragon, savoury, thyme, and feature tasting notes, cultivation information, and harvesting tips Additional information includes instructions for preserving and storing, along with techniques for making delicious pastes, syrups, vinegar, and kinds of butter Grow Your Own Herbs is perfect for those new to gardening, gardeners with limited space, and anyone looking to add fresh herbs to their daily meals.The only great thing about chicken pox at age 52 and being a super speed reader is you can easily read and review four books a day..and this was an excellent book to have spent an hour or two or many on your side with.I am a fan of buying fresh herbs from the grocery store but this book makes me hope and think that I could actually gr...

  3. says:

    So good So, so good My love of gardening started with herbs I love the possibilities and versatility that herbs give they can be used topically or as culinary tools or medicinally, and I try to use them in every way possible Belsinger and Tucker have compiled the many uses of forty herbs in this wonderful book, making me love herbs even , something I didn t think was possible.I ll start with the photography, which is lovely There are photos of herb gardens that give me ideas on new ways to grow herbs at home Growing conditions are discussed, as are tips for successful growing and harvesting I particularly enjoyed the section on propagation, something that I don t currently do much of but have wanted to try, particularly with my perennial herbs Layering and cutting are the methods for these herbs, and Belsinger and Tucker give, in detail, the instructions for doing so There is also a large section on health problems herbs encounter and methods for preventing and healing those problems Harvesting and preserving are discussed, and as anyone who lives in a region with four seasons can attest, preservation of herbs is crucial for enjoying them year round After all, why go to all that work to only use herbs for a handful of months If I had to pick a favorite section, I d have to list two the section on using herbs in the kitchen, and the section which includes forty different herbs and their uses The section on herbs in the kitchen...

  4. says:

    Originally published on my blog Nonstop Reader Grow Your Own Herbs is a new gardening guide specifically aimed at creating, maintaining, and getting the best performance growing culinary herbs in the home garden Due out 25th June 2019 from Timber Press, it s 224 pages and will be available in paperback and ebook formats.The book is laid out in a logical format with an introduction covering garden siting, some basic culture information, how to and why to grow herbs, and some region specific info There s a sidebar with links to hardiness maps for the USA, Canada, and Europe.The introduction is followed by chapters on growing, harvesting preserving, and using herbs There are some useful recipes included for infusions syrups and vinegars , pestos, and herb butters These are very basic suggestions and don t require any specialized equipment.The bulk of the content is taken up by an herbal which includes 40 culinary herb entries Each listing provides photographs, botanical names, culture and propagation information, and other uses This is a capably written, well photographed book which includes a standard grouping of the most common herbs The descriptions and culture information are not overwhelmingly detailed, but in some cases, a...

  5. says:

    This is a pretty standard gardening book featuring 40 of the most popular herbs for the home garden Each one features a stock photo, a description of the taste and the types of ways the herb is typically used, and detailed growing information All of this goes into great detail There are also basic recipes for how to make syrups, herb butters, pastes and such, plus some information on how to dry herbs, container gardening, common plant problems, etc.It looks like this is a revision of an earlier book these three authors put out with the same publishing company, The Culinary Herbal That one featured 97 herbs and it sounds like there were some rare herbs and some wild edible ones like wood sorrel which I would have liked to see.The book does not feature recipes to use the herbs I would have liked to see recipes for each herb and also things like tasting charts, symbols to show whether things were annuals and how difficult they are to grow, etc All in all, this is a well done book but it just feels a little throw away It is the 17th book by the main author and maybe things are just getting a little formulaic I don t know, but I tend to take notes and screen shots and highlight, bookmark, etc as I read and there just wasn t really anything here th...

  6. says:

    For less than the price of one packet of fresh herbs or small jar of dried, you can have an entire year of them if you Grow Your Own Herbs.A one stop shop for all aspects of growing, storing, and using herbs The book includes basic gardening skills, preserving methods, basic recipes such as butters and pastes, and herb specific information Some of the herbs described here can be grown on a sunny window while others grow into fifty foot trees.The forty plus herbs included will be plenty for most households All the common herbs like basil, oregano and cilantro are included Here is the complete list.Anise hyssop Mexican oreganoBasil Mexican tarragonBay laurel MintBlack cumin MonardaCalendula NasturtiumChervil OreganoChives ParsleyCilantro Roman chamomileDill RosemaryFennel SaffronFrench tarragon SageGarlic Salad burnetGerman chamomile Scented geraniumHorseradish SorrelLavender SteviaLeaf celery Summer savoryLemon balm Sweet marjoramLemongrass ThymeLe...

  7. says:

    Having an herb garden is on my list of New Year s resolutions for 2019, so I have read my fair share of books in this category I would recommend this particular one to others especially those growing herbs for culinary purposes It has a getting started area which includes topics such as soil, water, weather, containers, nutrients, seeds, cuttings, and pests Next is a section on harvesting and preserving, which includes ways of actually using herbs in the kitchen Simple recipes for syrup, vinegar, paste, and butter are all good resources to have at your fingertips.The final section of the book is the 40 herbs in greater detail It provides a nice color picture of each herb, with a key that includes basic information such as annual perennial, planting zone, sun, water, and soil needs The accompanying commentary for each herb features 1 cultivation and propagation...

  8. says:

    Grow Your Own Herbs The 40 Best Culinary Varieties for Home Gardens by Susan Belsinger and Arthur O Tucker is a wonderful reference to have for those who grow or wish to grow herbs It is extremely organized and readable Even if I did not grow plants, I would find the book interesting.One of the best features is the clear illustrations The photographs are close up making the plant easy to identify While it is not an all encompassing book on herbs, the ones selected to showcase have clear detailed information Topics include finding the best culminating conditions for the chosen herbs, pests, harvesting, drying, and freezing I particularly liked the huge section on individual herbs along with the flavor and tasting notes Without a doubt, this would be a welcom...

  9. says:

    This is a pretty good book for explaining both the basic and intricate pieces of growing using herbs It s written in an easy to understand way and I enjoyed the addition of recipes for syrups and butter...

  10. says:

    I loved this book, I felt it was something I need to study and not only read.I am a big fan of herbs and got plenty of them so I assume I know something about them but this book was so good and comprehensive that I learnt a lot.I loved the advice, the ideas and w...

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