Pomologia Britannica: Or, Figures and Descriptions of the Most Important Varieties of Fruit Cultivated in Great Britain, Band 3

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H.G. Bohn, 1841
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Seite vii - July. 115. Morello. Standard and north wall ; late ; preserving. May Duke. Wall and standard ; end of June. Purple Griotte. Wall and standard ; beginning of June. The finest early cherry. Kentish or Flemish. Standard ; July ; preserving and kitchen use ; great bearer. Florence. Wall; late. Bigarreau. Standard; late. IV. CURRANTS. Black Naples. 43. White Dutch. Red Dutch. V. GOOSEBERRIES. Red. Boardman's British Crown ; large. Red Champagne. Small. Roaring Lion. Large ; late. Small Dark Rough Red....
Seite vi - Kitchen ; winter and spring ; very large. London Pippin. Kitchen ; winter and spring. Bedfordshire Foundling. Kitchen ; autumn and winter. Northern Greening. Kitchen ; winter and spring. Minshull Crab. Kitchen ; winter. Rhode Island Greening. Kitchen ; winter and spring. Beauty of Kent. Kitchen ; autumn and winter. Lucombe's Seedling. Kitchen ; winter. 109. Gloria Mundi. Kitchen ; autumn and winter. French Crab. Kitchen; spring and summer; will keep two years. Winter Codlin. Kitchen ; winter. Manks...
Seite iv - ... with the third volume ; with the intention, however, of resuming it whenever circumstances shall justify his doing so. While the editor, in taking leave of his readers for the present, thanks them sincerely for the interest they have shown in the undertaking, he begs them not to ascribe any merits the work may possess, either to himself or to the gentleman formerly associated with him in the publication ; but that they will understand that all claims it may possess upon the public favour belong...

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