Gardening for the South
""This 1868 edition returned to print a work that had long been unavailable. With the death of its original author, William White, in 1867, the incomplete manuscript was completed by J. Van Buren and Dr. James Camak. As did the first edition, this revised and enlarged effort presents lists of vegetable and fruit varieties as well as improved methods of cultivation that are particularly adapted to the soil and climate of the southern states.""
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acid ammonia ashes asparagus autumn basin beans beets biennial plant branches bulbs cabbage calyx cavity Celery clay climate cold frame color compost covered crop cultivated drills dry weather early earth excellent feet flavor flesh white flowers free from weeds frost fruit garden Georgia grafting green ground grow grown growth guano gypsum hardy inch long inches inches deep injurious insects juicy keep leaves light lime loam manure medium moist moisture native onion pale peach pear peas perennial plant phosphoric acid pistillate plants pods potash potato pots produce propagated pruning rich ripe Ripens roots roundish rows russet salads salt sea kale season seed shade shoots six inches skin soil sown spinach spring sprinkled stalk stem sugar summer superphosphate surface sweet tender thick thin transplanted tree trench turnips Use.—The varieties vegetable vigorous vines winter wood yellow young