Herb and Medicinal Plants Growing Guide Chart

$12.00

Looking for a comprehensive summary guide on culinary and medicinal herbs? This laminated fold-out 8-page full-colour chart is your go-to reference guide. It provides an overview of 72 herbs, growing information, medicinal properties, uses + more. Scroll down to learn more…

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Herb and Medicinal Plants Growing Guide Chart

This Guide introduces 72 useful herbs. Most of them can be grown in the home herb garden. Knowing what to grow, where and when will help make your garden more productive and enjoyable. The easy-to-follow chart format makes it easy to find important information, even for a novice gardener. With a little effort, you can grow culinary and medicinal herbs throughout the year.

The Herb and Medicinal Plants Growing Guide Chart discusses 72 plants in detail. It features:

  • medicinal benefits;
  • planting position and soil;
  • plant and row distances;
  • uses, warnings and climate;
  • soil and aspect requirements
  • climate regions of Australia and New Zealand; and
  • 10 useful considerations for the herb garden.

If you’re interested in growing a healing home Pharmacy Garden, even on a small scale in pots, this resource is a great place to start. It covers annual, perennial, biennial and evergreen herbs and plants, providing many options for all climates.

The layout is a full colour, laminated fold-out chart designed to be used as a reference guide for many years. Approx. A4 size when closed, it unfolds to 8 pages of condensed and well-researched information to have at your fingertips. Benefit from this Guide for your personal health, as a gift or for profit.

Dimensions: 27.5 x 19.5cm (10.8″ x 7.6″) when closed. Measures 78cm x 27.5cm (30.7″ x 10.8″) when fully open.

3rd Edition. Designed by Stefan Mager. Published by Aracaria Guides. ISBN10 0980594839; ISBN13 9780980594836.

Additional information

Weight104 g
Dimensions195 × 275 × 2 mm

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