The flower garden and compleat vineyard In two parts. The first, shewing how flowers are to be ordered, the time of flowering, taking of them up, and of planting them. And how they are increased by layers, offsets, slips, cuttings, seeds, &c. With other necessary observations relating to a flower-garden. The second, an excellent way for the planting of vines, according to the ways in France, Germany, &c. and long practised in England; setting forth all the circumstances necessary for the planting of a vineyard; with the election of the soil, the scituation thereof, the best way for the planting, &c. Also the fashion of the wine-presses, &c. and how to advance our English wines. /
printed for William Crook, at the Green-Dragon without Temple Bar, nigh Devereux Court, being the passage into the Middle Temple,
|Edition:||The third edition, improved.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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