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Hortus suburbanus calcuttensis. A catalogue of the plants which have been cultivated in the Hon. East India company’s botanical garden, Calcutta, and in the Serampore botanical garden ... from the beginning of both establishments (1786 and 1800) to the end of August 1841 ...
- Voigt, J. O. 1798-1843.
Manual of British botany : in which the orders and genera are arranged and described according to the natural system of De Candolle ; with a series of analytical tables for the assistance of the student in the examination of the plants indigenous to, or commonly cultivated in, Great Britain
- MacReight, Daniel Chambers.
New experiments and observations, relating to the generation of plants: occasion'd by a letter ... in the Philosophical Transactions, by Patrick Blair. Together with an account of the extraordinary vegetation of peaches, abricots, nectarines, plums, cherries, figs, vines, goosberries, currans, &c, as they were artificially cultivated this spring 1724
- Bradley, Richard, 1688-1732.
Manual of botany, for the Northern and Middle States of America : containing generic and specific descriptions of the indigenous plants and common cultivated exotics, growing north of Virginia ; to which are prefixed, the natural and artificial classes and orders of Linneus ; and the natural orders of Jussieu, with the medicinal properties of each order
- Eaton, Amos, 1776-1842.
Hortus Anglicus; or, the modern English garden: containing a familiar description of all the plants which are cultivated in the climate of Great Britain, either for use or ornament, and of a selection from the established favourites of the stove and green-house; arranged according to the system of Linnaeus. With remarks on the properties of the more valuable species
- Clarke, Stephen Reynolds.
A general history of the dichlamydeous plants, comprising complete descriptions of the different orders : together with the characters of the genera and species, and an enumeration of the cultivated varieties ... the scientific names accentuated, their etymologies explained, and the classes and orders illustrated by engravings, and preceded by introductions to the Linnaean and natural systems, and a glossary of the terms used : the whole arranged according to the natural system
- Don, George, 1798-1856.
A dictionary of the ornamental trees, shrubs, and plants, most commonly cultivated in the plantations, gardens, and stoves, of Great-Britain : arranged according to their generic names, and containing full and accurate descriptions of the different genera and species, with the generic and specific names properly accented : at the end, is a copious index of gardeners and vulgar names, referring to their true titles in the dictionary, and the dictionary to a prefixed compendium of the sexual system, retaining all the circumstances necessary to a competent knowledge of the science of botany, and in which every genus contained in the dictionary is placed under its proper class and order, with its contracted character : chiefly intended for the use of the ladies, but proper for all who wish to amuse themselves with the study of plants, and to pronounce their names with propriety
- Bryant, Charles, -1799.
Cucurbita pepo L., Cucurbitaceae. Distribution: Mexico (extinct) This species is one of the oldest cultivated plants, first grown 11,000 years ago in Mexico, but extinct in the wild. Varieties are selectively bred for their taste, colour and shape. The seeds, ground to a powder are used to kill intestinal tape-worms (Lewis & Elvin-Lewis, 2003). This is a 200-year-old cultivar whose seed has been conserved by the Amish of Pennsylvania, USA. The rind is very thick, but the taste is delicious. This is a 200-year-old cultivar whose seed has been conserved by the Amish of Pennsylvania, USA. The rind is very thick, but the taste is delicious. Seeds approved for use in making herbal medicines in the UK (Herbal Medicine legislation 2013) Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
- Dr Henry Oakeley
Flora historica: or the three seasons of the British parterre historically and botanically treated; with observations on planting. To secure a regular succession of flowers, from the commencement of spring to the end of autumn. To which are added, the most approved methods of cultivating bulbous and other plants, as practised by the most celebrated florists of England, Holland, and France
- Phillips, Henry, 1775-1838.
A botanical, historical and practical treatise on the tobacco plant. In which the art of growing and curing tobacco in the British Isles is made familiar to every capacity, as deduced from the observation of the author in the United States of America, and his practice in field cultivation in Ireland
- Brodigan, Thomas.
A complete body of planting and gardening. Containing the natural history, culture, and management of deciduous and evergreen forest-trees ... also instructions for laying-out and disposing of pleasure and flower-gardens ... likewise ... rules for the management of a kitchen-garden ... to which is added the manner of planting and cultivating fruit-gardens and orchards. The whole forming a complete history of timber-trees ... as well as a general system of the present practice of the flower, fruit, and kitchen gardens
- Hanbury, William, 1725-1778.
The science of medicine reduced to its simplest form : important philanthropic discovery of M. Louis Deschamps ; by means of which every one can be his own physician and druggist ; remarks on the cultivation of a plant which will be of essential service to humanity ; also, on the dangers arising from the use of fire-arms, resulting from the precautions generally used to prevent accidents.
- Deschamps, Louis, active 1850.