The Young Gardener's Assistant: In Three Parts Containing Catalogues of Garden and Flower Seed, with Practical Directions Under Each Head for the Cultivation of Culinary Vegetables and Flowers: Also, Directions for Cultivating Fruit Trees, the Grape Vine, &c. To which is Added, A Calendar to Each Part, Showing the Work Necessary to be Done in the Various Departments Each Month of the Year. The Whole Adapted to the Climate of the United States
The author, 1847 - 517 Seiten
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