Dézallier d'Argenville, A. (Antoine-Joseph)., Le Blond, J., James, J. (1728). The theory and practice of gardening: wherein is fully handled all that relates to fine gardens, commonly called pleasure-gardens, consisting of parterres, groves, bowling-greens, &c. Together with remarks and general rules in all that concerns the art of gardening. The 2d ed. London: B. Lintot.MLA Citation
Dézallier d'Argenville, A.-J. (Antoine-Joseph), 1680-1765, Jean-Baptiste-Alexandre Le Blond, and John James. The Theory And Practice of Gardening: Wherein Is Fully Handled All That Relates to Fine Gardens, Commonly Called Pleasure-gardens, Consisting of Parterres, Groves, Bowling-greens, &c. Together With Remarks And General Rules In All That Concerns the Art of Gardening. The 2d ed. London: B. Lintot, 1728.
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