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The gardeners dictionary : containing the method of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit and flower garden. As also, the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard according to the practice of the most experienc'd gardener of the present age. Interspers'd with the history of the plants, the characters of each genus, and the names of all the particular species, in Latin and English; and an explanation of all the terms used in botany and gardening. Together with accounts of the nature and use of barometers, thermometers, and hygrometers proper for gardeners; and of the origin, causes, and nature of meteors, and the particular influences of air, earth, fire and water upon vegetation, according to the best natural philosophers. Adorn'd with copper plates Preview this item
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The gardeners dictionary : containing the method of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit and flower garden. As also, the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard according to the practice of the most experienc'd gardener of the present age. Interspers'd with the history of the plants, the characters of each genus, and the names of all the particular species, in Latin and English; and an explanation of all the terms used in botany and gardening. Together with accounts of the nature and use of barometers, thermometers, and hygrometers proper for gardeners; and of the origin, causes, and nature of meteors, and the particular influences of air, earth, fire and water upon vegetation, according to the best natural philosophers. Adorn'd with copper plates

Author: Philip Miller; T Rogers; B Cole; Andrew Motte; C. Rivington (Firm),
Publisher: London : Printed for the author : And sold by C. Rivington ..., 1731-1739.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Engravings
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Miller; T Rogers; B Cole; Andrew Motte; C. Rivington (Firm),
OCLC Number: 15922469
Notes: Vol. 2 titled: the second volume of The gardeners dictionary : which completes the work ...
Engravings signed: T. Rogers, del.; B. Cole, sculp.; A. Motte delin. & sculp.
Bound in old calf, rebacked.
Includes indexes.
Description: 2 v., [5] leaves of plates : ill. (engravings) ; 37 cm.
Other Titles: Second volume of The gardeners dictionary
Responsibility: by Philip Miller ...

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