The British Gardener's New Director

The British Gardener's New Director

Chiefly Adapted to the Climate of the Northern Countries: Directing The Necessary Works In The Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens, And In The Nursery, Green-House, and Stove. By Sir James Justice, Bart. F. R. S. and One of the Principal Clerks of Sessions in Scotland. With the Addition of His Dissertation on the Culture of Forest-trees. To This Edition Are Prefixed I. His Treatise on Vegetation With Directions for Making Compost for the More Curious Flowers. II. An Alphabetical List of Flower Seeds, Directing to the Season of Sowing Them. III. - of Flower Roots, With the Time of Setting Them. IV. - of Seeds of Trees and Flowering Shrubs, With Directions. V. - of Seeds for the Improvement of Land. VI. - of American Tree Seeds, Shewing in What Particular Manner They Are to Be Sown. Vii. - of the Most Valuable Oriental Single and Semi-double Hyacinths, With Reference to Their Botanical Names and Culture. Viii. An Explanation of the Botanical Terms Made Use of in the Work. Illustrated With Copper Plates

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Publisher: Dublin : printed at the request and recommendation of several gentlemen of this kingdom, by John Exshaw, in Dame-Street, M.DCC.LXV. [1765]
Edition: The fourth edition
Characteristics: [16],xxvi,443,[13]p.,plates ; 80


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