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21416
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Claypool explains why, when you buy and plant herbs, you are getting three for one--herbs smell good, taste delicious, and look good in the yard or garden. The author also provides a list of great herbs to grow.
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23984
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The author present easy-to-grow herbs and highlights their best uses in the kitchen and for health. Some herbs include lavender, lemon balm, marjoram, and yarrow.
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24107
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Asheville Fresh Herbs is possibly the region's largest indoor garden that operates under the auspices of non-profit organization Liberty Corner Enterprises. Fresh provides employment to people with a variety of disabilities and delivers produce to locals in Asheville.
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24447
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One of the best collections of home-grown herbs is in northeastern Cumberland County, at Rasland Farm. The farm was established in 1981 and has been serving herbalists and plant enthusiasts from across North America ever since.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 58 Issue 11, April 1991, p14-16, il
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35810
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The authors asserted them as a healthy and free supplement to the modern American diet: wild plants. To assure the collection is healthy were books such as Walter Muenscher’s Poisonous Plants of the United States and A Guide to Medicinal Plants of the United States. Helping to concoct a recipe for success were plants that could be eaten raw (dandelions and onions), ones that must be cooked (burdock roots and milkweed), and dishes such as dandelion salad.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 7 Issue 2, Mar/Apr 1979, p48-49
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36308
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For Henderson, the word roses can remind natives of a common surname in town. Two native sons most associated with the name: Charlie Rose, longtime host of the TV program “CBS This Morning”; Paul Rose, founder of the department store that opened in 1915. The word can also prompt reminders of Henderson’s blossoming economic development, in establishment of businesses like Iams Pet Foods and a Durham semiconductor firm, Semprius.