Every man his own gardener.
Being a new, and much more complete gardener's kalendar, and general director, than any one hitherto published. Containing ... an account of what work is necessary to be done in the kitchen and fruit garden, pleasure ground, flower garden and shrubbery; nursery, green-house, and hot-house for every month in the year ... With complete practical directions for forcing all kinds of choice plants ... also particular directions relative to soil and situation ... And to the whole are added, complete and useful lists of kitchen garden plants, fruit trees, forest trees, flowering shrubs ... proper for cultivation in the English gardens and plantations ... And, to which in this edition, are added, additional systematic general catalogues of hardy herbaceous perennials and biennials, and of hot-house plants (not in any former edition) ...
By Thomas Mawe ... John Abercrombie ... and other gardeners.
|Main Author:||Abercrombie, John, 1726-1806.|
|Related Names:||Mawe, Thomas , joint author.|
London, Printed for J. F. and C. Rivington [etc.] 1787.
The 11th ed., cor., and greatly enl. ...
"The first publications of this book appeared under the name of Thomas Mawe &c. which is still retained in the title-page and in ... later editions is joined by that of the real author ... John Abercrombie." cf. Pref. of 14th ed.
2 p. l., 616 p.
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