Wild Roots: A Forager's Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Roots, Tubers, Corms, and Rhizomes of North America
Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1995 - Всего страниц: 128
For more than two decades Doug Elliot has wandered the fields, forests, and marshlands of North America gathering roots and herbs, and plant lore. A labor of love, Wild Roots is filled with practical information, extraordinary drawings and lively commentary, and offers a wealth of information about the roots, rhizomes, and tubers of North America.
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Dilution and Evolution
Scenery Beneath the Greenery
Machinery Beneath the Greenery
Roots of ShadeLoving Forest Plants
Roots of SunLoving Field Plants
Roots of Aquatic and Marsh Plants
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