Botany manual on the cultivation of flowers and fruits.

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Buchanan, Isaac. Botany manual on the cultivation of flowers and fruits.

Botany manual on the cultivation of flowers and fruits.

Mid-19th century gardening notebook containing clippings and handwritten abstracts from various periodicals, including "The American Flower Garden Directory," "The Florist's Journal," "Scientific American," "The Gardener's Chronicle," and Johnson's and Miller's dictionaries. Includes instructions for cultivation of fruits and flowers. Writer and dates unknown.

1 item ; 37 cm.

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