Here are entered works on the commercial growing of flowers and ornamental plants. Works on home flower growing are entered under Flower gardening.
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Filed under: Floriculture|
Filed under: Floriculture -- Early works to 1800
Filed under: Greenhouses -- Design and construction -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Activity programsFiled under: Greenhouses -- Great Britain
- The English Flower Garden and Home Grounds: Design and Arrangement Followed by a Description of the Plants, Shrubs and Trees for the Open-Air Garden and Their Culture (13th edition; New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1921), by W. Robinson (page images at HathiTrust)
- The Florist's Guide (new and improved edition; New York: For sale by the author, 1844), by Thomas Bridgeman (page images at HathiTrust)
- Gardening for Ladies; and Companion to the Flower-Garden (first American edition, from the third London edition; New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1843), by Mrs. Loudon, ed. by A. J. Downing (page images at Google)
- The Ladies' Companion to the Flower Garden: Being an Alphabetical Arrangement of All the Ornamental Plants Usually Grown in Gardens and Shrubberies; With Full Directions For their Culture (8th edition; London: Bradbury and Evans, 1865), by Mrs. Loudon and Charles Edmonds (page images at Google)
- The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Annuals (London: W. Smith, 1842), by Mrs. Loudon (page images at Google)
- The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Perennials (2 volumes; London: W. Smith, 1843-1844), by Mrs. Loudon
- A Select Collection of One Hundred Plates, Consisting of the Most Beautiful, Exotic and British Flowers Which Blow in Our English Gardens: Accurately Drawn and Coloured From Nature, With Their Botanic Characters, and a Short Account of Their Cultivation, Their Uses in Medicine, With the Latin and English Names (London: Printed for S. Hooper, 1775), by John Edwards (page images at Wisconsin)
- Plans, Elevations and Sections, of Hot-Houses, Green-Houses, an Aquarium, Conservatories, &c., Recently Built in Different Parts of England, for Various Noblemen and Gentlemen, Including a Hot-House and Green-House in Her Majesty's Gardens at Frogmore (London: J. Taylor, 1823), by George Tod (page images at Wisconsin)
Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: Ornamental horticulture -- Periodicals
Filed under: Horticultural service industry -- Great Britain