The Florists Vade-Mecum being a Choice Compendium of whatever Worthy Notice hath been Extant for the Propagation, Raising, Planting, Encreasing and Preserving the Rarest Flowers and Plants that our Climate and Skill (in miing, making and meliorating apted soils to each pecies) will perswade to live with us. Gilbert SAMUEL.
The Florists Vade-Mecum being a Choice Compendium of whatever Worthy Notice hath been Extant for the Propagation, Raising, Planting, Encreasing and Preserving the Rarest Flowers and Plants that our Climate and Skill (in miing, making and meliorating apted soils to each pecies) will perswade to live with us

The Florists Vade-Mecum being a Choice Compendium of whatever Worthy Notice hath been Extant for the Propagation, Raising, Planting, Encreasing and Preserving the Rarest Flowers and Plants that our Climate and Skill (in miing, making and meliorating apted soils to each pecies) will perswade to live with us

J. Taylor at the Ship in Paul's Church-yard; G. Coniers, at the Golden Ring and T. Ballard at the Rising Sun, both in Little Britain (, 1702.

Third Edition. Hardcover. 16mo. pp. [1-8], 9-149, [19]. Third Edition Enlarged. In text woodcut garden plans of parterres. Rebacked using Original 18th century sheep boards. Wear to leading corners of boards. Morocco spine label. Internally complete with tanning to margins of leaves most notably on first and last. Usual foxing to leaves. Light fraying to margins of title & last leaf. Some rounding to corners & small chip to bottom left corner of last leaf. Gilbert was a Flori-Culturalist and a Rector and Chaplain; he lived with his father in law near Bewdley and after the death of the later in 1681 published The Florists Vade-Mecum (DNB). ESTC T95543.

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