The Fruit Grower's Instructor: Being a Practical Treatise on the Cultivation and Treatment of Fruit Trees: to which is Added, Full Instructions for Forcing, with a List and Descriptive Account of All the Best Fruits Cultivated in Great Britain; Also Directions for Hothouse Building, with the Most Approved Modes of Heating by Fire and Hot Water ... The Whole Written from Practice
J. Ridgeway, 1849 - Fruit-culture - 312 pages
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