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(archangelica Officinalis Hoffm)
(lavendula Vera D C; L Angustifolia Moench; L
(ocymum Basilicum Linn) An Annual Herb Of The Order Labiatae
1778
42500 Of Them And A Quart 18 Ounces
A Convenient Size Is 10 X 10 Feet
A Dinner Of Herbs
Acorn
Agrimony
America It Is Probably Even More Common As An Escape Than Spearmint
American And English Palates And Noses
And There Is Pansies That's For Thoughts
And With Darkness And End With Despair
And With Him Rises Weeping
Anemone (wood)
Angelica
Angelica (also Called Master-wort)
Angelica (archangelica Officinalis Hoofm)
Anise
Anise (pimpinella Anisum Linn)
Aniseed
Apple
Arum--the Common
As Parsley Is Grown For Its Leaves It Can Scarcely Be Over Fertilized
Asparagus
Balm
Balm
Balm (melissa Officinalis Linn)
Barberry
Barley
Basil
Basil
Basil (ocimum Basilicum Linn And O Minimum Linn)
Bean
Begins To Appear Moist
Belladonna
Bennet Herb (avens)
Betony
Bilberry (whortleberry Or Whinberry)
Blackberry
Blooms Anew Among The Sages
Bluebell (wild Hyacinth)
Bog Bean (or Marsh-trefoil)
Borage
Borage
Borage (borago Officinalis Linn)
Brahmins Who Used It Especially In Honor Of Vishnu And In Funeral Rites
Broom
Bryony
Buckthorn
Burnet Saxifrage
But Let Us Peep Into The 19th Edition Of The United States Dispensatory
Buttercup
Cabbage
Can Wash The Balm From An Anointed King
Capsicum (cayenne)
Caraway
Caraway
Caraway (carum Carui Linn)
Carrot
Catnip
Catnip (nepeta Cataria Linn)
Celandine (greater And Lesser)
Celery
Centaury
Chamomile
Cherry
Chervil
Chervil (scandix Cerefolium Linn)
Chervil Or Beaked Parsley
Chestnuts (horse And Sweet)
Chickweed
Chives
Christmas Rose--black Hellebore
Clary
Clary (salvia Sclarea Linn)
Clover
Club Moss
Coltsfoot
Columella And Varro
Comfrey
Coriander
Coriander
Coriander (coriandrum Sativum Linn)
Cowslip
Cresses
CULINARY HERBS
Culinary Herbs
Culinary Herbs Defined
Cultivation
Cumin
Cumin
Cumin Or Cummin (cuminum Cyminum Linn)
Currants
Cuttings
Daffodil
Daisy
Dandelion
Date
Dill
Dill
Dill (anethum Graveolens Linn)
Division
Dock
Double Cropping
Drying And Storing
Elder
Elecampane
Eyebright
Fennel
Fennel
Fennel (foeniculum Officinale Linn)
Fennel Flower
Fennel-flower (nigella Sativa Linn)
Ferns
Feverfew
Figs
Finocchio
Flag (common)
Flax (linseed)
For Drying Or For Decocting The Leaves Are Cut When The Flowers Appear
For Their Benefit Therefore The Following Paragraphs Are Given
For Window Culture All That Is Needed Is A Box Filled With Rich Soil
Foxglove
Fumitory
Garlic Leek And Onion
Glimmer The Rich Dusk Through
Good Hope For Its Perfume
Gooseberry
Goosefoot
Goosegrass
Goutweed
Grapes (see Also Vine)
Grasses
Groundsel
Hamlet Act Iv Scene 5
Hawthorn (whitethorn)
Hay And The Seeds Are Both Used For Distilling
Hemlock And Henbane
Herb Relationships
Herbs As Garnishes
History
Hoarhound
Honey
Hop
Horehound (marrubium Vulgare Linn)
Horehound (white And Black)
Horse Radish (_radix_ A Root)
House Leek (crassulaceoe)
Hyssop
Hyssop
Hyssop (hyssopus Vulgaris Linn)
Implements
It Generally Can Hold Its Own Against The Plant Populace Of Such Places
Ivy (ground)
Ivy Common (_araliaceoe_)
John's Wort
Juniper
Knapweed (the Lesser)
Lavender
Lavender
Lavender (lavandula Vera D C; L Spica D C)
Layers
Lemon
Lentil
Lettuce
Lily Of The Valley
Lime Tree Flowers Of (_tiliaceoe_)
Liquorice English (_leguminous_)
Location Of Herb Garden
Lovage
Lovage (levisticum Officinale Koch)
M Vulgare Linn)
Mallows
Marigold
Marigold
Marjoram
Marjoram
Mercury-dog's (_euphorbiaceoe_)
Methods Of Curing
Mint
Mints (pennyroyal Peppermint And Spearmint)
Mistletoe
Mountain Ash
Mugwort And Wormwood
Mulberry
Mullein
Mushrooms
Mustard
Naples Consists Of The Stems Cut When The Plant Is About To Bloom
Nettle
Night Shade Deadly (_belladonna_)
No Other Should Be Allowed To Flower
Notable Instance Of Uses
Nutmeg Cinnamon Ginger And Cloves
Oat
October Or November In Double Rows Close Together Say 3 Or 4 Inches
Onion
Orange
Orchids
Packs Up And Shuts Her Gaudy Shop
Parsley
Parsley
Parsley (carum Petroselinum Benth And Hook)
Parsnip
Pea And Bean
Peach
Pear
Pellitory
Pennyroyal
Pennyroyal
Pennyroyal (mentha Pulegium Linn)
Peppermint
Peppermint (mentha Piperita Linn)
Periwinkle
Pimpernel
Pink
Plantain
Pliny Albertus Magnus And The English Herbalists Of The Middle Ages
Poppy
Potato
Primrose
Production Of New Varieties
Quince
Radish
Ragwort
Raspberry
Rhubarb (garden)
Rice
Rosemary
Rosemary
Rosemary (rosmarinus Officinalis Linn)
Roses
Rue
Rue
Rue (ruta Graveolens Linn)
Rushes
Saffron (meadow And Cultivated)
Sage
Sage
Sage (salvia Officinalis Linn)
Samphire
Samphire (crithmum Maritimum Linn)
Savin
Savory (satureia Hortensis Linn)
Savory Summer
Savory Winter
Savory Winter (satureia Montana Linn)
Scurvy Grass
Sea Plants And Sea Weeds
Seeds
Selfheal
Shepherd's Purse
Silverweed
Skullcap
Sloe
Soapwort
Solomon's Seal
Sorrel
Southernwood
Southernwood
Southernwood (artemisia Abrotanum Linn)
Spearmint (mentha Spicata Linn Or M Viridis Linn)
Speedwell
Spinach
Spindle Tree (celastracoe)
Spurge
Status And Uses
Stitchwort
Strawberry
Succory
Sundew
Sunflower
Tamarind
Tansy
Tansy
Tarragon
Tarragon
The Flowers Appear In 10 To 12 Weeks And The Seed Ripens Soon After
The Seeds Are Used In Cookery Confectionery And For Flavoring Liquors
The Soil And Its Preparation
These Again Shall Rise Shall Live The Coming Year
Thistles
Thyme
Thyme
Thyme (thymus Vulgaris Linn)
To Accomplish This No Hand Tool Surpasses The Spading Fork
Toadflax
Tomato (or Love Apple)
Tormentil
Transplanting
Turnip
Turpentine
Uses Basil Is One Of The Most Popular Herbs In The French Cuisine
Uses The French Use Dill For Flavoring Preserves Cakes And Pastry
Valerian
Verbena
Vine
Violet
Viper's Bugloss
Wallflower
Walnut
Wart-wort Or Wart-weed
Water Plants (other)
Woodruff
Woodsorrell (_see Also Docks_)
Wormwood
Woundwort
Yarrow
Yew