Garden of Pleasant Flowers
Complete republication of first (1629) great book on England Elizabethan and Jacobean gardens. Remarkably accurate and delightful account describes nearly 1,000 flowers, herbs, vegetables and fruit trees. Includes over 800 woodcuts, Latin and familiar plant names, physical description and indication of plant origins, and much more.
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