Author(s): William Fortt
Herbs are one of the wonders of the garden and kitchen. This little book will be an inspiration for keen gardeners and cooks: learn how to grow your own parsley, mint or bay; when not to fiddle with basil; how to crush garlic; and why we should make room in our lives (and space on our shelves) for the forgotten wonders of borage, hyssop and purslane.
These invaluable tips will teach you how to make the most of all things herby
William Fortt is a gardener of long standing, whose cottage garden in Wiltshire is famed for the beauty of its rare plants and the wonders of its many varieties of culinary and medicinal herbs. He has been an author for more than 30 years, with many books to his name.