A Treatise on the Ananas Or Pine-apple: Containing Plain and Easy Directions for Raising this Most Excellent Fruit Without Fire, and in Much Higher Perfection Than from the Stove : Illustrated with an Elegant Copper Plate in which is Exhibited the New Invented Pine-frame &c., Peculiarly Adapted for that Use, with Another Shewing the Fruit Colour'd from Nature : to which are Added Full Directions for Raising Melons
T. Burrough, 1769 - 62 Seiten
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