Synopses & Reviews
To Pamela Jones, the wild plants that most of us call weeds - far from being the scourges of the garden - are among nature's most generous, useful gifts. In this book, she conveys not only knowledge but affection. She covers 30 of the most common wild plants of North America, their habitat, history, and practical value.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 240-243) and indexes.