The gardeners labyrinth, or, A new art of gardning: wherein is laid down new and rare inventions and secrets of gardning not heretofore known. For sowing, planting, and setting all manner of roots, herbs, and flowers, both for the use of the kitchin garden, and a garden of pleasure, with the right ordering of all delectable and rare flowers, and fine roots; as the like hath not been heretofore published by any. Likewise here is set forth divers knots for the beautifying of any garden for delight. Lastly, here is set down the physical benefit of each herbe, with the commodities of the waters distilled out of them, for the use and benefit of all.

Thomas Hill London : Printed by Jane Bell, and are to be sold at the east-end of Christ-Church, 1652 i.e. 1651

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