New principles of gardening; or The laying out and planting parterres, groves, wildernesses, labyrinths, avenues, parks, & c. after a more grand and rural manner, than has been done before; with experimental directions for raising the several kinds of fruit-trees, forest-trees, evergreens and flowering shrubs with which gardens are adorned. To which is added, the various names, descriptions, temperatures, medicinal virtues, uses and cultivation of several roots, pulse, herbs, & c. of the kitchen and physick gardens, that are absolutely necessary for the service of families in general ... By Betty Langley.
|Main Author:||Langley, Batty, 1696-1751.|
London, Printed for A. Bettesworth and J. Batley [etc.] 1728;
Pages iv-v erroneously numbered xi-x.
2 p. l., iii-xvi, , -207, 191 p.
fold. front., plates (part double, part fold.)
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