Florida Fruits and How to Raise Them
""Helen Warner's 1886 work is a concise guide to the fruits, beyond oranges, which have proven to be adaptable to the climate and soil of Florida. Her aim is to provide Florida fruit growers with reliable information so that they succeed in their pursuit of fruit culture.""
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