Historical Garden Books – 59 in a series – The young gardener’s assistant (1835) by Thomas Bridgeman
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The object of this little work is to enable our respectable seedsmen, while they are furnishing a catalogue of seeds for the use of the Kitchen and Flower Garden, to afford instructions, at a trifling expense, to such of their customers as may not have a regular gardener, and thereby save themselves the blame of those who may not give their seeds a fair trial, for want of knowing bow to dispose of them in the ground.
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