The Herbarist 1935 To 39

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First five Herbarist Journals 1935, 36, 37, 38, 39. An Herb Society of America publication about educatio,n use, and enjoyment of herbs.

Herbs For Use And For Delight

Author: Daniel J. Foley
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A selection of 61 of the finest articles from The Herbalist: Tastes in Tea; Spice Caravans; The Significance of Botanical Pesticides; and many more. Personal accounts describe every aspect of history, cultivation and enjoyment of herbs.

The Herbarist The War Years 1940 44

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In these reproduced issues of The Herbarist, originally published between 1940-44, members of The Society write about their experiences during The War Years, and their hopes for the future of the herb-growing industry.

Herbals

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The Herbarist 49: 66-71. Toni, E. de. See De Toni, E. Toni, G. B. de. See De Toni,
G. B. Tournefort, J. Pitton de. See Pitton de Tournefort, J. Treviranus, L. C. 1855.
Die Anwendung des Holzschnittes zur bildlichen Darstellung von Pflanzen.
Leipzig. Trew, C. J. 1752. Librorum Botanicorum Catalog! duo. Norimbergae (
Niirnberg). •Trueblood, E. E. 1964. Libellus de medicinalibus inodoris herbis: the
Badianus manuscript. The Herbarist 30: 1-20. •Van Brunt, E. R. 1971. In praise of
herbals.

Letters On The Elements Of Botany Translated By Thomas Martyn The Eighth Edition Corrected

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In a little time, however, we shall learn how to do without the herbarist; but first we
must finish the examination of our tribes. And now I come to the fifth, which, at this
time, is in full fructification. - Figure to yourself a long stem, pretty straight, with
leaves placed alternately upon it, generally cut fine, and embracing at the base,
branches which grow from their alae, or a vils'. From the upper part of this stem,
as from a centre, grow several pedicles or rays, which spreading circularly and ...

Letters On The Elements Of Botany

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point out, you will be infinitely better acquainted with the white dead-nettle, than,
the herbarist who furnished you with it will ever be during his whole life. In a little
time, however, we shall learn how to do without the herbarist; but first we must;
finish the examination of our tribes. And now I come to the fifth, which, at this time,
is in full fructification. Figure to yourself a long stem, pretty straight, with leaves
placed alternately upon it, generally cut sine, and embracing at the bale,
branches ...

Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series

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SEE Tickermyer, Garland E. A survey of the doctrine and covenants. SEE
Hartshorn, Chris B. HERARD, JOSEPH P. A factorial study of educable retarded
children. Thesis, Catholic University of America. © Catholic University of America
Press, Inc.; 18May61; A526798. HERB SOCIETY OF AMERICA. SEE The
Herbarist. THE HERBARIST. No. 27. Madeleine Harding, editor. © Herb Society
of America; 18Apról; A515569. HERBEN, ROBERT MARTIN. The bowlographic
scoring method.

On The Popular Names Of British Plants Being An Explanation Of The Origin And Meaning Of The Names Of Our Indigenous And Most Commonly Cultivated Species

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Tare is most probably formed from the herbarist name of a plant of the same tribe
called in Dodoens terrae ylandes, earth kernels. It may, however, have come to
us, through the medium of some Low German dialect, from Da. taire, tether. In old
works it is found combined with vetch or fitch, as the tare-fytche, meaning
perhaps a vetch that ties or tethers corn. It might also be the Du. terwe, wheat, as
meaning the cornfield vetch. Parkinson says of it, Th. Bot. p. 1062, “ This ramping
wild ...