Reid, John

The Scots gardiner

For the climate of Scotland, in three parts. Treating of the following particulars, I. Of contrivance and design. II. Of gardens and orchards, &c. III. Of levelling, measuring, and dividing land. IV. Of cultivating and preparing ground. V. Of forest and fruit-trees. VI. Of gathering and preserving fruits. Together with the gardiner's kalendar, the florist's vade-mecum, the practical, bee-master, observations on the weather, and the Earl of Haddington's treatise on forest-trees
Written originally by John Reid, gardiner to Sir George Mackenzie of Rosehaugh, and now carefully corrected, with alterations and additions, by an eminent hand