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The Modern Apothecary's Kitchen By Gail Kavanagh
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This is the updated version of this popular herbal The Apothecary's Kitchen, with more information and some creative, poetic additions. Want to know how to create your own Apothecary's Kitchen,... More > grow, dry and prepare your herbs, adds them to your cooking or use them for beauty and health? This little ebook will help you become acquainted with the wonderful world of herbs!< Less
The Botanical Magazine, Vol. 09 Or, Flower-Garden Displayed By William Curtis
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Curtis (11 January 1746 – 7 July 1799) was an... More > English botanist and entomologist, who was born at Alton, Hampshire, where is the Curtis Museum.Curtis began as an apothecary, before turning his attention to botany and other natural history. The publications he prepared effectively reached a wider audience than early works on the subject had intended. At the age of 25 he produced Instructions for collecting and preserving insects; particularly moths and butterflies.Curtis was demonstrator of plants and Praefectus Horti at the Chelsea Physic Garden from 1771 to 1777. He established his own London Botanic Garden at Lambeth in 1779, moving to Brompton in 1789. He published Flora Londinensis (6 volumes, 1777–1798), a pioneering work in that it devoted itself to urban nature. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Curtis< Less
Botanically Belize By Jennifer Lee Segale
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Have you ever wondered what it's like to explore the botanical side of Belize? Take a trip with Jenn, a self-proclaimed "Dirty Girl" and discover what it's like to explore Belize, the... More > crystal caves, Mayan ruins, jungles and all! With the help of her favorite celebrities... If you enjoy traveling, adventure, botany and rum drinks - this book is for you!< Less
Theory and Practice, Applied to the Cultivation of the Cucumber in the Winter Season To Which Is Added a Chapter on Melons By Thomas Moore
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Thomas Moore (21 May 1821 – 1 January 1887) was a British... More > gardener and botanist. An expert on ferns and fern allies from the British Isles, he served as Curator of the Society of Apothecaries Garden from 1848 to 1887. In 1855 he authored The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland.He was born at Stoke, near Guildford, Surrey, on 21 May 1821. He was brought up as a gardener, and was employed at Fraser's Lee Bridge Nursery, and subsequently, under Robert Marnock, in the laying out of the Regent's Park gardens.In 1848, by the influence of Dr. John Lindley, he was appointed curator of the Apothecaries' Company's Garden at Chelsea, in succession to Robert Fortune, an appointment which gave him leisure for other work. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Moore_(botanist)< Less
The Prang Codex By Jay Holloway
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This is an episodic collection of tales set in the mid twelfth century, in the last remaining independent Saxon monarchy in Norman England, due to a nifty legal loophole. Medieval tales of dark... More > deeds, underhand dealings, and horrible tuneless wassailing to hideous wailing crumhorns A set of chronicles in which the King suffers visits from Short and Curly, the two mincing actors from the travelling show Theatre of the Absurd: Lorenz Lawne-Bowlyngge, the flamboyant interior designer: Dr Misaubin, the travelling apothecary and snake-oil man: the misguided owner of a henge-building franchise: Tull, the inventor of the Gardeners Claw: a money-grabbing Water-diviner: an itinerant Tiler: a bunch of homicidal German mercenaries: Joey Pantolooni, the leader of the worst circus on the planet, and many more. Here, for the first time together, are extracts from Wizard Prang’s Journal, a chronicler clearly not in the same class as Samuel Pepys, together with the true catastrophic events behind each entry.< Less
The Prang Codex By Jay Holloway
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This is an episodic collection of tales set in the mid twelfth century, in the last remaining independent Saxon monarchy in Norman England, due to a nifty legal loophole. Medieval tales of dark... More > deeds, underhand dealings, and horrible tuneless wassailing to hideous wailing crumhorns A set of chronicles in which the King suffers visits from Short and Curly, the two mincing actors from the travelling show Theatre of the Absurd: Lorenz Lawne-Bowlyngge, the flamboyant interior designer: Dr Misaubin, the travelling apothecary and snake-oil man: the misguided owner of a henge-building franchise: Tull, the inventor of the Gardeners Claw: a money-grabbing Water-diviner: an itinerant Tiler: a bunch of homicidal German mercenaries: Joey Pantolooni, the leader of the worst circus on the planet, and many more. Here, for the first time together, are extracts from Wizard Prang’s Journal, a chronicler clearly not in the same class as Samuel Pepys, together with the true catastrophic events behind each entry.< Less