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City Herbalists often have to make do with tiny places – a balcony, shady backyards the size of a postage stamp or busy boulevards. With a bit of ingenuity and planning, urbanites can grow an amazing array of herbs and medicinal plants even in small spaces. Today we’re talking with Bonnie Rose Weaver, herbalist and author of Deeply Rooted: Medicinal Plant Cultivation in Techtropolis, and Mari Amend, editor of Deeply Rooted and all 1849 Medicine Garden publications, about herbal gardening in the urban jungle.
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- Food not Lawns
- Deeply Rooted: Medicinal Plant Cultivation in Techtropolis
- Bioremediation and Mycoremediation
- Soil Testing
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