- I am mainly a lurker on this list, however his past week I made an
interesting find. The librarian at the school I work at has been going
through the stacks and getting rid of books that haven't been checked out in
a long time...and people are free to take them.
One of these books is "Herbs for Every Garden" by Gertrude B. Foster.
Copyright 1966. The inside title page says that Ms. Foster is "Fellow of
the Royal horticultural society, Member of the Herb Society of America,
Editor of "The Herb Grower Magazine." I have been reading it and have found
it to be very interesting.
I was wondering if anyone else has read this book, and if you think it is a
good book to keep in my collection. (Being a good SCA-person, I checked the
back and there are numerous references to other books and herbals includeing
Culpeper and Dioscorides. But the information in the book isn't directly
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> One of these books is "Herbs for Every Garden" by Gertrude B. Foster.Hm... I haven't run across it, at least to my recollection. But if
> Copyright 1966. The inside title page says that Ms. Foster is "Fellow of
> the Royal horticultural society, Member of the Herb Society of America,
> Editor of "The Herb Grower Magazine." I have been reading it and have found
> it to be very interesting.
you're enjoying it, the best thing to do is note down anything you find
interesting and cross-check it in another book to see how reliable it
is. I collect herb books myself, not just period ones.
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