Coniferous Trees for Profit & Ornament: Being a Concise Description of Each Species and Variety, with the Most Recently Approved Nomenclature, List of Synonyms, and Best Methods of Cultivation, with Chapters on "The Commercial Aspect of Conifers," "Conifers for Various Soils and Situations," "Conifers of Different Characteristics," "Propagating Conifers,""Enemies of Conifers," Etc
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