Item #3188 [Horticulture, Botany] The Gardener's New Kalendar : Directing the Necessary Work to be Performed Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Garden, as also in the Wilderness, Nursery, Green-House, and Stove ; Adapted to the Present Stile. Sir James Justice.
[Horticulture, Botany] The Gardener's New Kalendar : Directing the Necessary Work to be Performed Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Garden, as also in the Wilderness, Nursery, Green-House, and Stove ; Adapted to the Present Stile...
[Horticulture, Botany] The Gardener's New Kalendar : Directing the Necessary Work to be Performed Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Garden, as also in the Wilderness, Nursery, Green-House, and Stove ; Adapted to the Present Stile...
[Horticulture, Botany] The Gardener's New Kalendar : Directing the Necessary Work to be Performed Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Garden, as also in the Wilderness, Nursery, Green-House, and Stove ; Adapted to the Present Stile...

[Horticulture, Botany] The Gardener's New Kalendar : Directing the Necessary Work to be Performed Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Garden, as also in the Wilderness, Nursery, Green-House, and Stove ; Adapted to the Present Stile...

Dublin: Printed By H. Colbert, 1795. New Edition. Hardcover. Title continues "To Which are Prefixed, Directions for Preparing Compost for Flowers, and Artificial Manures. With an Appendix, Containing Directions for Budding, Grafting, Pruning, and Inoculating, in Which the Different Species of Grafting are Clearly Directed, viz. Rind or Shoulder, Whip or Tongue, and Cleft Grafting, Grafting by Approach, or Ablaction, etc. With engraved Representations of the Cyon and Stock, as Prepared for the Different Operations, Taken from Nature." Full leather over boards, title stamped in gilt onto red leather spine label, 12mo (6-3/8 inches tall), pp. xvi, [1]-296, [1-51 - indices], [52 - blank], an engraved fold-out examplar demonstrates the various cuts used for grafting and inoculating. Volume w. wear to covers, upper joint partially cracked, lacks a rfep, 1st fep (of 3) partially adhered to front pastedown, stains and browning to title w. spotting to prelims., occasional soil and staining throughout, engraved fold-out w. a short closed tear at bottom edge, some soil spots and toning to edges with minor loss to left edge (none of which affect illustrations), terminal leaf with a period paper repair to a two inch closed tear at fore-edge and, an interesting period leather repair/addition[?] shaped like a very large thumb to lower cover near turn in. Even with the foregoing, this book remains a well bound, useable copy of a difficult title. Near Very Good. Item #3188

Edition statement from head of title where it is enclosed in square brackets. First published at Edinburgh in 1759 with the title ’The British Gardener’s Calendar’. English Short Title Catalog Citation : T185017. OCLC locates just 2 hard copies of this Dublin edition, one held at The National Library of Scotland and the other at Cambridge in the UK.

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