The Prairie Garden Featuring Herbs & Spices

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  • The Prairie Garden Featuring Herbs & Spices
  • 2017 Prairie Garden featuring herbs and spices
  • The Prairie Garden Featuring Herbs and Spices, index page 1
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Edited by local herb authority, Dave Hanson! The best source for accurate local info on growing these exciting plants... and many of the articles and resources in this book were contributed by Sage Garden's very own Dave Hanson, who served as official editor for the publication.

The Prairie Garden is a full colour annual gardening book produced by a local group of passionate gardeners and horticultural trail-blazers. This year's book is dedicated to the joys of growing herbs and spices. 184 pages, with 43 articles plus a 14 page prairie-focused compendium of herb plant growing info.  



It is an exciting time to be a prairie gardener! A remarkable potpourri of herb and spice plants are available these days, and gardeners are breaking the bounds of our northern climate growing amazing, diverse selections. The 2017 Prairie Garden is dedicated to this goal: connecting gardeners with local information on how to successfully grow everything from culinary classics right on through to exotic spices such as ginger, allspice and even potted cinnamon trees. Local gardeners will love the prairie-centric voice of our contributing authors who get that info about herbs is all-too-often covered in warmer climate terms... and that is just frustrating

The plants highlighted in the 2017 Prairie Garden reflect a wide range of fragrance, flavours and uses and our contributors offer an inspiring look at the many ways that herbs and spices weave into our lives. This year’s book also features a comprehensive herb and spice compendium with full colour pictures and prairie-specific growing details.    

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