Amateur Fruit Growing
""Prolific gardening writer and educator Samuel Green published this 1894 work to aid the amateur fruit grower in cultivating fruits for personal use and to sell. Covering the most widely available and stable varieties known, the work provides descriptions of the fruits as well as advice on the best way to grow each variety.""
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