The Kew Gardener's Guide to Growing Herbs : The art and science to grow your own herbs Volume 2



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Author: Farrell, Holly, Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Jason Ingram

Gardening: herbs

Published on 28 March 2019 by Quarto Publishing PLC (Frances Lincoln) in the United Kingdom as part of 'the Kew Experts' series.

Hardback | 144 pages, colour
171 x 217 x 16 | 450g

The new Kew guide to planting and cultivating herbs features 12 easy and inspiring projects as well asdetailed information on 80 of the most important species to grow, allaccompanied by Kew's beautiful botanical illustrations.

Herbsprovide flavours and scents unlike any other, and the 80 hand-picked herbs in this book are a living trove of fresh flavours for any cook, with power to transform the simplest dish.

Find out how to grow herbs in beds, pots, borders and windowboxes, how to plant, and how to propagate and harvest your herbs, as the kew experts equip you with all you need to create a flourishing herb garden of your very own.

Following this, 80 of the most important and exciting herbs are identified, illustrated and their uses explained. This is accompanied by 12 projects which show how to develop a herb garden at the next level and use herbs in the most interesting and creative ways, from planting a herb roof to making herbal oils. Herbs can be used as seeds, flowers, or leaves; cooked and eaten themselves or used to infuse a dish or drink. They are high-value ingredients forforaged dishes, and must-have crops forthe best restaurants as chefs realise that often the only way to capture their elusive flavour is to grow and harvest fresh herbs on their doorstep.

With this book these intense flavours can now be a reality for gardeners and home-cooks with any size of garden, from an acre to a window box. Underpinned by the authority of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the expertise of Holly Farrell this book combines practical elements with inspiration and beauty. This book is from theKew Expertsseries, in which the top gardeners and botanical scientists from Royal Botanic Kew Gardens offer up advice and information as well as suggesting handy projects on a range of gardening topics. Other titles include:Companion to Medicinal Plants,Guide to Growing Bulbs, Guide to Growing Fruit, Guide to Growing Orchids, Guide to Growing Roses,Guide to Growing Succulents and Cacti, Guide to Growing Trees, Guide to Growing VegetablesandGuide to Growing House Plants.