Florist's vade-mecum Being a choice compendium of what-ever worthy notice, hath been extant for the propagating, raising, planting, encreasing, and preserving the rarest flowers and plants that our climate and skill (in mixing, making and meliorating apted soils to each species) will perswade to live with us. With several new experiments, for raising new varieties, for their most advantageous management. In more particular method than ever yet publish'd. Together with directions what to do each month throughout the year, in both orchard and flower-garden. The second edition, corrected. By Samuel Gilbert, phileremus

Samuel Gilbert London : printed for J. Taylor at the Ship, and J. Wyat at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1693

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