CULINARY HERBS Their Cultivation, Harvesting, Curing and Uses -- This is a book written back in 1912. I've seen it mentioned a number of times as a good 'intro to herbs' resource. URL should link to the free version hosted by Project Guttenberg, but you can also find it for sale in paper and ebook format by a number of people who've repackaged it since it's in the public domain.
STEVIA PLANT: NATURAL SWEETNER Learn how to grow the stevia plant as a healthy sugar substitute. Growing stevia is easy in well-drained beds or containers, and the stevia leaves can be dried or crushed to replace sugar in teas, sorbets and more.
Clay Garden Markers using oven bake-able polymer clay - enough to roll into balls, then roll into "rod," flatten, stamp with alpha rubber stamps, cut off end to form a point and bake according to package
Although it is commonly known about using herbs as companion plants, what you may not know, is that many herbal combinations can actually harm one of the plants in the group. See what herbs should avoid being neighbors.
Growing strawberries (Or any plants!) from a gutter hung on the fence drilled holes every few inches in the bottom so they would drain well, and added Miracle Grow, and planted 100 strawberry plants in 10 foot long metal gutters