MacPhail, James

The gardener's remembrancer throughout the year

Exhibiting the newest and most improved methods of manuring, digging, sowing, planting, pruning, and training, the natures of earth, water, heat, air, and climate. Best adapted for the culture of plants, and production of fruits, flowers, and esculent vegetables, in the natural and in the forcing way. The causes and symptoms of disease and barrenness in trees of every kind. With means of prevention and cure. To which is prefixed a view of Mr. Forsyth's treatise on trees
By James McPhail, twenty years gardener to the Earl of Liverpool
Cadell & DaviesLondon1807