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APA Citation

Meager, L., Parker, P. (1670). The English gardener: or, A sure guide to young planters and gardeners. In three parts. The first, Shewing the way and order of planting and raising all sorts of stocks, fruit-trees, and shrubs, with the divers ways and manners of ingrafting and inoculating them in their several seasons, ordering and preservation ... The second, How to order the kitchin-garden, for all sorts of herbs, roots, and sallads. The third, The ordering of the garden of pleasure, with variety of knots, and wilderness-work after the best fashion ... London: Printed for P. Parker.

MLA Citation

Meager, Leonard, 1624?-1704?, and Peter Parker. The English Gardener: Or, A Sure Guide to Young Planters And Gardeners. In Three Parts. The First, Shewing the Way And Order of Planting And Raising All Sorts of Stocks, Fruit-trees, And Shrubs, With the Divers Ways And Manners of Ingrafting And Inoculating Them In Their Several Seasons, Ordering And Preservation ... The Second, How to Order the Kitchin-garden, for All Sorts of Herbs, Roots, And Sallads. The Third, The Ordering of the Garden of Pleasure, With Variety of Knots, And Wilderness-work After the Best Fashion ... London: Printed for P. Parker, 1670.

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