New Principles of Gardening: Or, The Laying Out and Planting Parterres, Groves, Wildernesses, Labyrinths, Avenues, Parks, &c. After a More Grand and Rural Manner, Than Has Been Done Before: With Experimental Directions for Raising the Several Kinds of Fruit-trees, Forest-trees, Ever-greens and Flowering-shrubs with which Gardens are Adorn'd. To which is Added, the Various Names, Descriptions, Temperatures, Medicinal Virtues, Uses and Cultivations of Several Roots, Pulse, Herbs, &c. of the Kitchen and Physick Gardens, that are Absolutely Necessary for the Service of Families in General ...
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