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JUDY BARRETT, editor and publisher of the bimonthly magazine Homegrown, also is the author of Tomatillos: A Gardener's Dream, A Cook's Delight and How to Become an Organic Gardener in Seven Easy Steps. She lives in Taylor, Texas.
"A convenient, comprehensive, and easy-to-read users' guide to all
the herbs you'll want to grow. Barrett tells you what you want to
know to make the best use of the plants you love." --Susan Wittig,
author of the bestselling China Bayles Herbal Mysteries
"There is much to like about Judy Barrett's What Can I Do with My Herbs? From the title to the final recommendation encouraging greater use of herbs in the landscape, I found it great fun to read and learned a lot. Barrett writes naturally, engagingly, and with ease." --Cheryl Hazeltine, coauthor of The New Central Texas Gardener
"Barrett's conversational, friendly style makes you realize that the 40 herbs she chose are familiar, old friends of hers. She fills this slim volume with good advice on ways to use herbs, despite suggesting that they not be used medicinally. This is Barrett's fourth gardening book. She also edits Homegrown magazine."-- (09/20/2011)