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That radical mycology would be a GREAT one. What a fucking beautiful cover.
 
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The book by Stephen Barstow, Around the World in 80 Plants is an amazing collection of information about edible perennial plants in temperate climates. There is a tremendous amount of information from a more Eurasian perspective. Unfortunately, the title does not capture the breadth and detailed knowledge contained. Barstow is a permaculturist who gardens thousands of plant varieties north of the artic circle. One of his whimisical claims was a salad containing 537 vegetable varieties collected in his gardern. The information complements Toensmeier's book on Perennial Vegetables but is almost completely independent. Barstow's web-site is www.edimentals.com
 
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Christine Wilcox wrote:The book by Stephen Barstow, Around the World in 80 Plants is an amazing collection of information about edible perennial plants in temperate climates. There is a tremendous amount of information from a more Eurasian perspective. Unfortunately, the title does not capture the breadth and detailed knowledge contained. Barstow is a permaculturist who gardens thousands of plant varieties north of the artic circle. One of his whimisical claims was a salad containing 537 vegetable varieties collected in his gardern. The information complements Toensmeier's book on Perennial Vegetables but is almost completely independent. Barstow's web-site is www.edimentals.com




Hi Christine, we already had a promotion of Stephen's book back in february 2015 Around the world in 80 plants, great book I still hven't read it but it seems really interesting
Search the plants forum he shared some interesting knowledge
 
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