Miller, Philip

The gardener's and botanist's dictionary

Containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower garden, and nursery; of performing the practical parts of agriculture; of managing vineyards, and of propagating all sorts of timer trees by the late Philip Miller, F.R.S. Gardener to the worshipful company of apothecaries at their botanic garden in Chelsea, and member of the Botanic Academy at Florence. To which are now first added a complete enumeration and description of all plants hitherto known, with their generic and specific characters, places of growth, times of flowering, and uses both medical and economical. The whole corrected and knewly arranged, with the addition of all modern improvements in landscape gardening, and in the culture of trees, plants and fruits, particulary in the various kinds of hot houses and forcing frames
With plates explanatory both of them, and the principles of botany by Thomas Martyn, B.D. F.R.S., Regius professor of botany in the University of Cambridge
Hrsg. v. Thomas Martyn
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