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The Totaranui Herb Garden was opened in early 1981 to give visitors an idea about what pioneer gardens might have looked like. This booklet includes a list of some of the native and introduced fauna found in the area that could be foraged for medicinal and household purposes, pioneer recipes and map to the garden's layout.

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Object type
Multi-Page Document
Digitisation ID
2017Pa_A175-57_013770
Title
Totaranui Herb Garden, Manawatū Museum
Format
Paper
Held In
Research File
License
copyright

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