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The retir'd gardener. In six parts. The two first being dialogues between a gentleman and a gardener, containing the methods of making, ordering, and improving a fruit and kitchen-garden with many new experiments / translated from the second edition printed at Paris. The four last parts treat of the manner of planting and cultivating most kinds of flowers, plants, shrubs, and under-shrubs ... / translated from the French of the sieur Louis Liger. Heretofore publish'd in two volumes, with alterations and additions proper for our English culture, by George London and Henry Wise.
London : Printed for J. Tonson
[xvi], 432,  p.,  leaves of plates : ill., charts, plans 20 cm.