Are There Faeries at the Bottom of Your Garden? Growing Up Green with the Fairies
Children love fairies and children love stories. Let the fairies and their stories teach your children about the natural world outside the door!
Learn about nature fairies and their ways. Tell the children in your life about the fairies that once lived in gardens and woodlands. Show the children how they can entice the little people to once again dance in woods and gardens: build fairy houses and make fairy baskets, plant a garden with the faerie’s favorite plants, bake fairy cakes and stir up magic punch, plan your own Fairy Festival. Resources: Reading lists, Children’s Gardens and Fairy Festivals. 80 pages.
Mrs Thrift Cooks
Mrs. Thrift puts her herbal pantry to work. She shares her rules for food shopping and family cooking. Over 40 recipes using Mrs T’s favorite condiments–herb mustard, herb vinegar, herb butter and rosemary walnuts–for fish, chicken, beef, lamb, pork, soups, vegetables and salads.
Planning Your Herbal Wedding
A complete guide to using herbs in weddings, Planning Your Herbal Wedding leads the bride through all the necessary steps of planning, organizing and producing her wedding. Chapters include ” The Five Most Important Wedding Herbs”, “Herbing the Feast” and “Herbal Do-Aheads” as well as directions for bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages and preserving the wedding bouquet. 76pgs. Black and white, illustrated.
Potpourri & Fragrant Craft
A unique collection of 35 never-before-published potpourri recipes gathered from established herb farms and herb shops from around the world. 250 color photographs, 50 watercolor illustrations and step-by-step instructions for each potpourri project. A great source book for group projects!