The Scots Gardener for the Climate of Scotland

The Scots Gardener for the Climate of Scotland

In Three Parts: Treating of the Following Particulars, I. Of Contrivance and Design. II. Of Gardens and Orchards, &c. III. Of Levelling, Measuring, and Dividing Land. IV. Of Cultivating and Preparing Ground. V. Of Forest and Fruit Trees. VI. Of Gathering and Preserving Fruits. Together With the Gardener's Kalendar, the Florist's Vade-mecum, the Practical Bee-master, Observations on the Weather, and the Earl of Haddington's Treatise on Forest-trees. Written Originally by John Reid, Gardener to Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, and Now Carefully Corrected, With Alterations and Additions, By. An Eminent Hand

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Publisher: Edinburgh : printed for James Reid, bookseller in Leith, M.DCC.LXVI. [1766]
Characteristics: [6],208,48,viii,40p.,plates ; 12⁰


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