The Practical Fruit-gardener

The Practical Fruit-gardener

Being the Newest and Best Method of Raising, Planting, and Pruning, All Sorts of Fruit-trees, Agreeably to the Experience and Practice Of the Most Eminent Gardeners and Nurserymen. By Stephen Switzer. The Second Edition. To Which Are Added, Three New Plans, and Other Large Additions. Recommended by John Mills, Esq; Editor of Du Hamel's Husbandry, and Author of the System of Practical Husbandry

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Publisher: London : printed for Joseph Johnson, at Mead's Head, opposite the Monument, MDCC.LXIII. [1763]
Characteristics: [32],363,[13]p.,plates ; 8⁰

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