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EDIBLE ART By Jacob Matthan, Sriradhakrishnan Polsetti, Annikki Matthan
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Annikki Matthan is a multi-talented artist who designs cakes, gardens, snow creations, beside her work with waste materials, chalk and paints. She started her career 40 years ago. This book records... More > many of her unique designs. She lives in Oulu, Finland, having lived in Sweden, England, Germany and India. She has been married to her co-author, Jacob, for over 46 years. Jacob handles all the text and computer related work with regard to their publications. The photographs in this publication were manipulated by Sriradhakrishnan Polsetti from Bangalore, India. Annikki is author of many articles and 2 books: "...for the hour of His judgement is come:..." and "Handbook for Survival in Finland" which she co-authored with Jacob. They have 4 children, and 4 grandchildren. The cakes featured here were made for her family and friends. She was multiple winner of the Oulu Rotuaari (Walking Street) Ginger Bread Competition. Her Cake Designs are unique and every part of them are edible - hence the title "Edible Art"!< Less
Edible Gardening: A Complete Guide for Beginners By Kelly Morris
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Want to start your very own garden but never grown a plant before? Have you made small attempts to garden but feel you could improve your skills with a bit of help? Have you tried growing lots of... More > things but really struggled and resigned yourself to being a ‘brown thumb’? Well don’t worry! No matter what gardening experience you’ve had, this book will get you on the right gardening path. You’ll learn how to make a garden bed, how to do container gardening, how to get plants to grow and thrive and what sorts of things you should plant. This book will explain strange gardening terms such as ‘heavy feeder’, perennial and companion plant. Mulching, composting and worm farming will all be demystified. No matter where you live and what kind of garden you want to grow, ‘Edible Gardening: A Complete Guide for Beginners’ will get you growing straight away - you’ll have a ‘green thumb’ in no time!< Less
Edible solutions for the environmental crisis By Dawn Sheppard
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This article explores the environmental crisis and searches for causes and solutions within social, economic and political movements. Themes include community gardening, grassroots and environmental... More > activism, spirituality, human consciousness, and food. Powerlessness, absence of community, poverty, uncontrolled technology, disconnection from nature, and the destruction of the environment are all issues addressed through grassroots activism expressed by community gardening activities and the alternative food movement.< Less
A Guide to Edible Plant Families By Kelly Morris
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Many gardeners have discovered the benefits of companion planting and crop rotation but in order to effectively implement these tools, gardeners need a good knowledge of plant families. This is where... More > ‘A Guide to Edible Plant Families’ is useful. It details the plant families of the most commonly grown edible plants as well as the plant families of flowers that are commonly integrated with edible crops, such as flowers that attract beneficial predatory insects for example. Green manure crops are also included in this book as they are often rotated with edible plants and many are themselves edible. The plant lists included in this book are easy to use and form an important resource for gardeners who wish to implement companion planting and crop rotation in order to improve the health of their soil as well as their plants.< Less
Arizona's Edible Seasons - Fall 2007 By Catherine Crowley
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A colorful Arizona magazine devoted to growing, finding, and using edibles. Gardening, cooking and produce shopping help for September, October & November. Gardeners in USDA Zone 6, 7, 8, 9 and... More > 10 will find the planting charts and plant information equally helpful. And cooks all over will enjoy the recipes. Crossword puzzle fans can test their herb knowledge. In Arizona, residents enjoy a year-round lifestyle, including gardening and cooking. Included are color photos of the plants and critters of the garden. When to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers of all kinds. Where to find local farm produce. How to cook, use and enjoy the bounty. Bring "greening" into your life. New with this issue are some USA city gardening cross-references and collectible plant ID cards. Visit my store for more products www.lulu.com/herbs2u< Less
Arizona's Edible Seasons - Summer 2007 By Catherine Crowley
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A colorful Arizona magazine devoted to growing, finding, and using edibles. Gardeners in USDA Zone 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will find the planting charts and plant information equally helpful. And cooks all... More > over will enjoy the recipes. Crossword puzzle fans can test their herb knowledge. In Arizona, residents enjoy a year-round lifestyle, including gardening and cooking. Included are color photos of the plants and critters of the garden. When to grow herbs, vegetables, fruits and flowers of all kinds. Where to find local farm produce. How to cook, use and enjoy the bounty. Bring "greening" into your life. This premier issue is sold at a discount off future issue price $3.95 ($4.95 regular). Visit my store for more issues www.lulu.com/herbs2u< Less
Homegrown: A Residential Guide to Edibility By Vanessa Gilbert
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This book examines the potential for urban residences to become self-sustaining and productive environments using a ¼ acre lot in Muncie, Indiana as an example. It explores how society has... More > grown further from nature, creating a gap that has resulted in the underutilization of the environment and how permaculture, forest gardening, and paradise gardening reconnect humans to nature while creating more sustainable environments to live in, benefiting nature as well as the health, wealth, and happiness of people and their communities.< Less
Homegrown: A Residential Guide to Edibility By Vanessa Gilbert
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This book examines the potential for urban residences to become self-sustaining and productive environments using a ¼ acre lot in Muncie, Indiana as an example. It explores how society has... More > grown further from nature, creating a gap that has resulted in the underutilization of the environment and how permaculture, forest gardening, and paradise gardening reconnect humans to nature while creating more sustainable environments to live in, benefiting nature as well as the health, wealth, and happiness of people and their communities.< Less
Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow to Plate By Catherine Crowley
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You can have a totally edible garden in the Desert Southwest (and other similar year-round climates). Edible fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers can be as decorative in the garden as they are on... More > the dinner table. Change your ornamental garden into a treasure for the eye, a safe environment for family and pets -- and you can eat it too!< Less
Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow to Plate By Catherine Crowley
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You can have a totally edible garden in the Desert Southwest (and other similar year-round climates). Edible fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers can be as decorative in the garden as they are on... More > the dinner table. Change your ornamental garden into a treasure for the eye, a safe environment for family and pets -- and you can eat it too!< Less