The fruit garden; a treatise intended to explain and illustrate the physiology of fruit trees, the theory and practice of all operations connected with the propagation, transplanting, pruning and training of orchard and garden trees, as standards, dwarfs, pyramids, espaliers, etc ... the laying out and arranging of different kinds of gardens ... Illustrated with upwards of 150 figures ...
Rochester: By the author, 1863. Frontispiece, xii, , 398p, illustrations, indexed. 19cm. Decoratively stamped brown cloth with the title in gilt on the spine. Spine slightly faded; frontispiece toned; occasional foxing; slight damp stain to fore edge. In very good condition.