Good. Paper Covers. Front cover has a full-length crease and the upper fore corner is creased. Very minor soil on the sound binding. Spine is slighly faded; lettering is clear. Very minor edge soil. Very minor stain on half-title and copyright pages. Light tan (coffee? ) & foxing stains on the upper and fore margins of many of the pages 168-189. Contents are unworn.; 8-7/8" Tall, Cprt. 1981, 32-page color photo section + X + 217pp. PAPER COVERS. Cover is considerably lighter than posterboard. NATURE. "Can you imagine a plant which adds the nip of vinegar to a salad, a spinach laced with lemon's zip, or a mushroom flavored like a sizzling, broiled steak? Dream further, and conjure up a free fruit which has a vitamin content an orange might hope to match, a tree fungus which tastes and looks so much like chicken you'd expect it to lay eggs, and an underground cucumber so crisply sweet you'll have difficulty passing woodlands where it might be growing. These are not fairy tales; they're real, and free for the price of your labor. With clear photographs and diagrams, and instructions for identifying, picking, and using edible wild plants, this is a complete guide to harvesting nature's bounty in New England. "...Quick Key to Plants by Flower Color and Fruits. Index. Bibliography. Glossary. Occasional drawings throughout.
Fine. 0871068036 Globe Pequot Press trade paperback, clean/tight, No marks/creases or other defects, Fine (like New); We will bubble-wrap the book and ship it in a BOX with free delivery confirmation/tracking.
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