Le jardinier solitaire, the solitary or Carthusian gard'ner, being dialogues between a gentleman and a gard'ner. Containing the method to make and cultivate all sorts of gardens; with many New Experiments therein; and Reflections on the Culture of Trees. Written in French by Francis Gentil, Lay Brother of the Order of the Carthusians, and above Thirty Years Gardner to the Charter-House at Paris. In Two Parts. Also The compleat florist: Or, The Universal Culture of Flowers, Trees and Shrubs; Proper to Imbellish Gardens; With the way of Raising all Sorts of Parterres, Greens, Knots, Porticoes, Columns and other Ornaments. The whole Illustrated with many Cuts, and with the Fable and Moral of each Plant. By the Sieur Louis Liger D'Auxerre. In three parts. Newly done into English.
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Le jardinier solitaire, the solitary or Carthusian gard'ner, being dialogues between a gentleman and a gard'ner. Containing the method to make and cultivate all sorts of gardens; with many New Experiments therein; and Reflections on the Culture of Trees. Written in French by Francis Gentil, Lay Brother of the Order of the Carthusians, and above Thirty Years Gardner to the Charter-House at Paris. In Two Parts. Also The compleat florist: Or, The Universal Culture of Flowers, Trees and Shrubs; Proper to Imbellish Gardens; With the way of Raising all Sorts of Parterres, Greens, Knots, Porticoes, Columns and other Ornaments. The whole Illustrated with many Cuts, and with the Fable and Moral of each Plant. By the Sieur Louis Liger D'Auxerre. In three parts. Newly done into English.

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Main Author: Gentil, Franc╠žois
Corporate Author: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for Benj. Tooke, at the Temple-Gate, Fleetstreet, 1706.
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