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The science of horticulture. Comprising a practical system for the management and training of fruit-trees, exemplified by sketches from trees actually trained, also a comparative investigation of the foundation and application of the physiological principles of Mr. Kirwan, Sir Humphry Davy, Mrs. Ibbetson, and Messrs. Hitt, Forsyth, and Knight
- Hayward, Joseph, active 1798-1824.
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.
Hortus americanus: containing an account of the trees, shrubs, and other vegetable productions, of South-America and the West-India Islands, and particularly of the island of Jamaica; interspersed with many curious and useful observations, respecting their uses in medicine, diet, and mechanics
- Barham, Henry, 1670?-1726.
Joyfull newes out of the new-found worlde. Wherein are declared, the rare and singuler vertues of divers herbs, trees, plantes, oyles and stones, with their applications, as well to the use of phisicke, as of chirurgery ... Also the portrature of the said hearbs
- Monardes, Nicolás, approximately 1512-1588.