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APA Citation

Parkinson, J., Switzer, A., Young, R., Lownes, H. (1629). Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris, or, A garden of all sorts of pleasant flowers: which our English ayre will permitt to be noursed vp : with a kitchen garden of all manner of herbes, rootes & fruites for meate or sause vsed with vs : and, an orchard of all sorte of fruitbearing trees and shrubbes fit for our land : together with the right orderinge, planting & preseruing of them and their vses & vertues. London: Printed by Hvmfrey Lownes and Robert Yovng, at the signe of the Starre on Bread-street hill.

MLA Citation

Parkinson, John, 1567-1650, A. Switzer, Robert Young, and Humphrey Lownes. Paradisi In Sole Paradisus Terrestris, Or, A Garden of All Sorts of Pleasant Flowers: Which Our English Ayre Will Permitt to Be Noursed Vp : With a Kitchen Garden of All Manner of Herbes, Rootes & Fruites for Meate Or Sause Vsed With Vs : And, an Orchard of All Sorte of Fruitbearing Trees And Shrubbes Fit for Our Land : Together With the Right Orderinge, Planting & Preseruing of Them And Their Vses & Vertues. London: Printed by Hvmfrey Lownes and Robert Yovng, at the signe of the Starre on Bread-street hill, 1629.

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