The Scots gard'ner in two parts. The first of contriving and planting gardens, orchards, avenues, groves: with new and profitable wayes of levelling; and how to measure and divide land. The second of the propagation & improvement of forrest, and fruit-trees, kitchen-hearbes, roots and fruits: with some physick hearbs, shrubs and flowers. Appendix shewing how to use the fruits of the garden: whereunto is annexed the Gard'ners kalendar. Published for the climate of Scotland.
|Main Author:||Reid, John, Gardener.|
Edinburgh, D. Lindsay, 1683.
, 125, 12 p.
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