My first book is available to purchase via Kindle and Amazon. Urban Herbology of Mugwort teaches how to find, harvest, preserve, eat, drink and craft with Artemisia vulgaris and her silken sisters. Esoteric, historic and medicinal uses of Mugwort are also explored in an accessible, down to earth way. This book is written to help people find Mugwort, grow it and use it. It contains lots of clear recipes and guidance about urban foraging and herb crafting.
For too many years, I have been bogged down by the complexities of writing a big book about Urban Herbology. So I recently decided to create a series of focused books, each about a different significant herb. Mugwort is the first for many reasons.
The Kindle version of Urban Herbology of Mugwort is available for preorder and the print version will be available for preorder very soon. Release date is anticipated as 31st May 2017 so not long to wait!
If you would like to stay informed about the book release please send me a personal message firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are direct links to the authors, or their preferred outlets, of my favourite Herbology related books.
Authors gain far more when people buy their books directly. Hence the links to some of my favourites on this page.
Please let me know if you suggest other useful books for Urban Herbologists and I’ll do my best to add them to the list.
Plant Healer Magazine, Kiva Rose, Susun Weed, Robin Rose Bennett, Jim McDonald etc etc.
Glennie Kindred, A Hedgerow Cookbook (and other herb books)
Hedgerow Medicine, Julie Burton Seal
Food for Free (from The Book Depository)
Susun Weed, Various Wise Woman Herbals
Robin Rose Bennett, Healing Magic and other books
Eat the Trees (and many other books), Linda Runyon
Stoepgroente, Claud Biemans (Amsterdam naturalist)
The Wild Flower Key of Britain and NW Europe (from Amazon)
Steve Brill, Various guides to edibles (click on books in his site)
Wild Fermentation, Sandor Ellix Katz
Ellen Dugan, interesting witchy herbals
Permanent Publications, For fabulous Permaculture books
River Cottage Handbook No. 7 Hedgerow
The Vegetative Key to the British Flora For identifying plants not in flower