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  1. Ember Autumn Rose

    Genuinely Good Reading

    So after reading this brilliantly amusing thread ( https://thevalley.uk...__1#entry553703 ) I thought it might be useful for people to suggest books which ARE useful and ARE accurate, and not full of rubbish :) or perhaps the top 1-3 books you might recommend to those who are new or wanting to learn more a new area. For me, one of the books I own that isn't so bad is Breverton's Complete Herbal - which includes Culpepper information. In this, it gives the binomial nomenclature, other names of plants that might be known colloquially, a description of the plant, a history behind the plants, and the plant's uses. It's not as "fluffy" as other books. That being said, I would say it's more of an interesting read than a purely factual tome. *edit* apologies if someone has already made a thread like this...
  2. Hi, I'm very new and reading lots but confusing myself! Where is the best place for me to ask (probably stupid) questions? Sorry in advance for any head smacking or exasperated face rubbing I may bring on.... ????
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