The Scots Gardiners Director

The Scots Gardiners Director

Containing Instructions to Those Gardiners, Who Make A Kitchen Garden, and the Culture of Flowers, Their Business: In Which Good Kitchen Gardens for Great and for Small Families Are Described, With Directions for Cultivating the Fruits to Be Planted Upon Hot-Walls, and Upon Walls to Which No Heat Is Applied, and Upon Espaliers. With Directions to Build Stoves for Pine-Apples, and the Culture of That Fruit; the Management of Hot-Beds for All Seasons of the Year; and the Culture of All the Herbs Suitable to Furnish A Good Kitchen Garden: Together With the Culture Of the Most Considerable Vernal, Summer, and Autumnal Flowers, Which Are Planted or Sown in Open Ground; With Descriptions and Amendments of the Dutch Catalogues of Flower Seeds, Which Come Annually From Holland. By A Gentleman, One of the Members of the Royal Society

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Publisher: Edinburgh : printed for A. Donaldson, at Pope's Head, opposite to the Exchange, M.DCC.LIX. [1759]
Edition: The second edition
Characteristics: x,[6],429,[1]p.,plates ; 80


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