The British winter garden: being a practical treatise on evergreens; showing their general utility in the formation of garden and landscape scenery, and their mode of propagating, planting, and removal from one to fifty feet in height, as practised at Elvaston castle. By William Barron ...
|Main Author:||Barron, William.|
London, Bradbury and Evans, 1852.
xii, 121 p.
front., illus., plates, diagrs.
|Original Classification Number:||SD 386 .B28|
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