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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...
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