Good Berry Bad Berry: Who's Edible, Who's Toxic, And How To Tell The Difference by Helen YoestGood Berry Bad Berry: Who's Edible, Who's Toxic, And How To Tell The Difference by Helen Yoest

Good Berry Bad Berry: Who's Edible, Who's Toxic, And How To Tell The Difference

byHelen Yoest

Hardcover | February 1, 2016

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Berries grow in all parts of North America and come in a wide variety of colors, sizes and shapes. But how do you know which ones are safe to eat and which could make you sick, or worse?Good Berry Bad Berryis the authoritative one-stop guide to identifying and safely enjoying these healthy "superfruits" -- with clear descriptions and full color photographs of 40 of the most widely available berries in North America (including a separate listing of berries found only in certain regions). Packaged with heavy matte-laminated pages and concealed-wire binding for handy, water-resistant use outside.
Helen Yoest writes for Better Homes and Gardens, Country Gardens, Martha Stewart Living, Christian Science Monitor, Fine Gardening and Southern Living. She is the author of "Plants with Benefits: an Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers & Veggies in Your Garden." She lives in Raleigh, N.C. where she tends to her g...
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Title:Good Berry Bad Berry: Who's Edible, Who's Toxic, And How To Tell The DifferenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:112 pages, 5 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:February 1, 2016Publisher:St. Lynn's PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943366012

ISBN - 13:9781943366019

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From Joe Lamp'l, host of HGTV's "Growing a Greener World":"What a great resource! While I've often wondered which berries are good, bad or neutral, now I know - and so glad I do. Even better, Helen offers so much additional and interesting information for each of the 40 berries (who knew?) that we encounter in our gardens, landscapes and natural areas around the country. I'm thrilled to have this book as my one and only go-to guide on the topic."