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Thomas Davis DeBaggio (January 5, 1942, Eldora, Iowa – February 21, 2011, Annandale, Virginia) was an American author, herb grower, and advocate for research into Alzheimer's disease. DeBaggio was once called the best “Rosemaryologist in America” and his company, DeBaggio Herbs, was one of the most respected herb farms and nurseries in the Washington D.C. area. His book Growing Herbs from Seed, Cutting, and Root was the 1995 recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Award for best garden book of 1995 for excellence in editorial content and design. He co-authored The Big Book of Herbs with ; both authors received the Award for Excellence in Herbal Literature from the . In 2000 he received a Herb Society of America Certificate of Appreciation. With he co-authored Basil: A Herb Lover's Guide. His

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  • Thomas Davis DeBaggio (January 5, 1942, Eldora, Iowa – February 21, 2011, Annandale, Virginia) was an American author, herb grower, and advocate for research into Alzheimer's disease. DeBaggio was once called the best “Rosemaryologist in America” and his company, DeBaggio Herbs, was one of the most respected herb farms and nurseries in the Washington D.C. area. His book Growing Herbs from Seed, Cutting, and Root was the 1995 recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Award for best garden book of 1995 for excellence in editorial content and design. He co-authored The Big Book of Herbs with ; both authors received the Award for Excellence in Herbal Literature from the . In 2000 he received a Herb Society of America Certificate of Appreciation. With he co-authored Basil: A Herb Lover's Guide. His
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  • Thomas Davis DeBaggio (January 5, 1942, Eldora, Iowa – February 21, 2011, Annandale, Virginia) was an American author, herb grower, and advocate for research into Alzheimer's disease. DeBaggio was once called the best “Rosemaryologist in America” and his company, DeBaggio Herbs, was one of the most respected herb farms and nurseries in the Washington D.C. area. His book Growing Herbs from Seed, Cutting, and Root was the 1995 recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Award for best garden book of 1995 for excellence in editorial content and design. He co-authored The Big Book of Herbs with ; both authors received the Award for Excellence in Herbal Literature from the . In 2000 he received a Herb Society of America Certificate of Appreciation. With he co-authored Basil: A Herb Lover's Guide. His work has been featured in the magazine . DeBaggio grew up and lived near Ashton Heights, Arlington, Virginia for much of his life. Prior to growing herbs in 1974, he was a journalist with the and the Northern Virginia Sun.
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