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Perfect, Thomas

The practice of gardening

Explained to all capacities. including the newest improvements. By which gentlemen, who have small gardens, may make themselves masters of the art, and manage them with little expence, to their satisfaction: and the common gardener be enabled to go through his business with credit. With those secrets which gardeners observe in their practice, though none have taught or published them. Containing the raising and entire culture of tender annuals, hardy perennial plants, curious shrubs, and the choicest flowers, from the seed to their perfection. The making of hot-beds, and the whole art of raising cuttings
By Thomas Perfect, gardener, inventor of the new chinese parterres
Baldwin and JacksonLondon1759