The Illustrated Book of Edible Plants
By Jack Staub; Illustrated by Ellen Sheppard Buchert [2017, Gibbs Smith] Log home devotees appreciate a natural lifestyle, and that doesn’t stop with where we live. With the desire for whole, natural foods taking an increasing role in our diets, we care about the source and background of what we eat more than ever. As poetic as it is informative, The Illustrated Book of Edible Plants gives us a glance into the origin, history, benefits and use of common fruits, veggies and herbs, as well as some that veer off the typical garden path. With its charming, old-fashioned illustrations, this book is like turning back a page in time while you look to boost your future well-being.
Available at major book retailers [$24.99, hardback, 175 pages] For info about creating an edible landscape around your log home,