There are hundreds of herb pictures. You can look through the thumbnail pics or order a CD (see price at site) with high quality imaging. The thumbnails are free to look at, and help a great deal in figuring out what's actually in your hand.
Most of the herbs listed are in Tennessee, but a lot are all over as well. I live in Iowa and most of them are familiar to me too. There are well over fifty herbs listed.
Once you click on an herb, you go to its page. The first part tells what states it is found in and where to look for it (like open fields).
Then it tells what the plant looks like as well as what the flower or other produce looks like. It tells how to grow it and how to gather it.
The next section describes how it can help your body. It lists all the different physical problems it can ease or fix. It then tells of any folklore associated with the plant. Then there are recipes for its use.
There is a page of articles. Some of these have recipes for using the herbs. At least one is a Cherokee herbology. This lists herbs, how the Cherokee used them (like in a tea) and what physical problems they were used for (like upset stomach).
One has recipes for curries. Another is how to make glycerine extracts. There is another on creating an herb garden for bees so you can get honey.
There are many, many more articles. Herbal wines, herbs for animals, for relaxation, for how to identify plants, how to market herbs, and repelling insects.
You should definitely read the articles: 'Toxicity and Herbs' and the 'Use and Abuse of Herbs.' Anything, no matter how harmless, can hurt you if it's taken in excess. These articles explain some of the plants that can really harm you if you overuse them.
If you're female, read 'PMS.' It's very specific on what foods to avoid for tenderness and cramps, and what herbs may ease the pain. The list for emotional upset is quite on target. Not that giving up sweets makes a female easy to live with. (I get mean, that's for sure!) But the B vitamins really do help. Immensely!
'Root Harvesting' explains how to dig the roots up, how to transport them and how to prepare them. It's very specific as to how to dry the roots to keep them. It then tells how to make the root into an oil, or tincture, or how to use in infusions.
This is a really good site if you want to grow and use herbs. Plants and I don't really get along, so this site was very useful to me.