The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and the Professional and Commercial Grower, of the Kinds, Characteristics and Methods of Cultivation of the Species of Plants Grown in the Regions of the United States and Canada for Ornament, for Fancy, for Fruit and for Vegetables; with Keys to the Natural Families and Genera, Descriptions of the Horticultural Capabilities of the States and Provinces and Dependent Islands, and Sketches of Eminent Horticulturists, Volume 3

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Liberty Hyde Bailey
Macmillan, 1915 - Gardening - 3639 pages
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I have an original copy in of the book Printed by AUBURN: MILLER, ORTON, MULLIGAN good to very good condition 1857 With the writing on the first page.
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Page 1539 - LAWSON, WILLIAM. A NEW ORCHARD AND GARDEN; or, the best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard.
Page 1540 - Theory and Practice of Horticulture ; or, an Attempt to explain the principal Operations of Gardening upon Physiological Grounds: Being the Second Edition of the Theory of Horticulture, much enlarged ; with 98 Woodcuts.
Page 1537 - DESCRIPTIVE ACCOUNT OF A NEW METHOD of PLANTING and MANAGING the ROOTS of GRAPE VINES. By CLEMENT HOARE, Author of " A Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape Vine on Open Walls.
Page 1296 - kind" as herein used shall be understood to apply to those general classes of fruits which are grouped together in common usage without regard to their exact botanical relationship, as apple, cherry, grape, peach, plum, raspberry, etc.
Page 1587 - Statics"; this was followed in 1879 by a treatise on "Thermodynamics"; previously to this he had published a mathematical text on "Analytical Geometry.
Page 1542 - ... can be raised by the old plan. Thousands of farmers and gardeners and many experiment stations have given it practical trials which have proved a success. A complete guide in growing onions with the greatest profit, explaining the whys and wherefores. Illustrated 5x7 inches. 140 pages. Cloth $0.50 The New Rhubarb Culture A complete guide to dark forcing and field culture.
Page 1527 - The Young Gardener's Assistant, in three parts: containing catalogues of garden and flower seeds, with practical directions under each head for the cultivation of culinary vegetables and flowers; also, directions for cultivating fruit trees, the grape vine...
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Page 1504 - Annis is commonly eaten of a fly. Clary never lasts but one Summer, the Roots rot with the Frost, Sparagus thrives exceedingly so does Garden Sorrel and Sweet Bryer or Eglantine Bloodwort but sorrily but Patience and English Roses very pleasantly. Celandine by the West Country Men called Kenning Wort grows but slowly. Muschata as well as in England. Pepperwort flourisheth notably and so doth Tansie Musk Mellons are better than our English and Cucumbers. Pompions there be of several kinds ; they are...