The lady's recreation: or, The third and last part of the art of gardening improv'd. Containing, I. The flower-garden; shewing the best ways of propagating all sorts of flowers, flower-trees, and shrubs; with exact directions for their preservation and culture in all particulars. II. The most commodius methods of erecting conservatories, green-houses, and orangeries; with the culture and management of exoticks, fine-greens, ever-greens, &c. III. The nature of plantations in avenues, walks, wildernesses, &c. with directions for the raising, pruning, and disposing of all lofty vegetables. IV. Mr. John Evelyn's Kalendarium hortense, methodically reduc'd: interspers'd with many useful additions. By Charles Evelyn, esq; to which are added, some curious observations concerning variegated greens, by the Reverend Mr. Laurence.
|Main Author:||Evelyn, Charles.|
|Other Authors:||Evelyn, John, 1620-1706., Laurence, John, 1668-1732.|
Dublin, Reprinted for G. Grierson, 1717.
Floriculture > Early works to 1800
1 p. L., , 111 p.
19 1/2 cm.
|Original Classification Number:||SB 97 .E93 1717|
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