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SB323 .P6413 1905 [Info] The Vegetable Garden: Illustrations, Descriptions and Culture of the Garden Vegetables of Cold and Temperate Climates (English edition; New York: Dutton and Co., 1905), by Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie., ed. by W. Robinson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
SB323 .P6413 1920 [Info] The Vegetable Garden: Illustrations, Descriptions and Culture of the Garden Vegetables of Cold and Temperate Climates (third English edition; New York: Dutton and Co., 1920), by Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie., ed. by W. Robinson, contrib. by W. P. Thomson (multiple formats at archive.org)
SB323 .S45 [Info] French Gardening (London: J. Fels, Utopia Press, 1909), by Thomas Smith, contrib. by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, illust. by A. Garrett (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
SB324.73 [Info] Vegetables and Fruits: A Guide to Heirloom Varieties and Community-Based Stewardship (3 volumes, 1998), by Suzanne DeMuth (HTML at usda.gov)
SB331 .L87 1912 [Info] Cabbage and Cauliflower for Profit (Philadelphia: W. A. Burpee and Co., 1912), by J. M. Lupton (page images at HathiTrust)
SB349 .L78 1998 [Info] Livingston and the Tomato (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1998), by A. W. Livingston, ed. by Andrew F. Smith (PDF at Ohio State)
SB351 .H5 C63 1939 [Info] Magic Gardens: A Modern Chronicle of Herbs and Savory Seeds (New York: Macmillan, 1939), by Rosetta E. Clarkson (page images at HathiTrust)
SB351 .H5 E83 1937 [Info] Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets (Brooklyn: Pub. by the Women's Auxiliary, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1937), by John Evelyn, contrib. by Helen Morgenthau Fox (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
SB351 .H5 K25 [Info] Old-Time Herbs for Northern Gardens (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1938), by Minnie Watson Kamm (page images at HathiTrust)
SB355 .K3 [Info] Home Fruit Grower (New York: A. T. De La Mare, 1918), by M. G. Kains (multiple formats at archive.org)
SB355 .S8 [Info] Fruit Culture and the Laying Out and Management of a Country Home (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1885), by W. C. Strong
SB356 .B38 1909 [Info] Fruit Ranching in British Columbia (London: A. and C. Black, 1909), by J. T. Bealby, illust. by R. M. McQuarrie and N. Brydges (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
SB356 .H6 1860 [Info] The Fruit Manual: Containing the Descriptions and Synonymes of the Fruits and Fruit Trees Commonly Met With in the Gardens and Orchards of Great Britain (London: Cottage Gardener Office, 1860), by Robert Hogg (multiple formats at Google)
SB356 .H6 1884 [Info] The Fruit Manual: A Guide to the Fruits and Fruit Trees of Great Britain (fifth edition; London: Journal of Horticulture Office, 1884), by Robert Hogg (multiple formats at archive.org)
SB356 .S357 1873 [Info] Scott's Orchardist: or, Catalogue of Fruits, Cultivated at Merriott, Somerset (portions apparently copied from Hogg's Fruit Manual; second edition; London: H.M. Pollett, ca. 1873), by John Scott, contrib. by Robert Hogg (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
SB357 .B74 1896 [Info] Haandbog i Dansk Pomologi (3 volumes in 2; in Danish; Odense: Hempelske Bog- og Papirhandel (J.C. Dreyer.), 1890-1896), by Hans Christian Bredsted (page images at HathiTrust)
SB357 .H3 [Info] Les Préférables Parmi les Meilleures Poires et Pommes, par Ordre de Maturité Successive pour Toute la Saison: ou, Guide de l'Amateur, Contenant le Nom, l'Origine, la Description, le Mode de Culture, et l'Époque de Maturité, Avec Notices Pomologiques (in French; Gand: E. Vanderhaeghen, 1877), by Victor Hage (page images at HathiTrust)
SB359 .M76 [Info] Fruits of Warm Climates, by Julia Frances Morton (illustrated HTML at Purdue)
SB363 .B13 [Info] The Apple-Tree (Open Country Books #1; New York: Macmillan, 1922), by L. H. Bailey (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
SB363 .T55 [Info] Wild Apples, by Henry David Thoreau
SB 363.W26 [Info] American Pomology: Apples (New York: O. Judd and Co., c1867), by J. A. Warder (page images at Cornell)
SB373 .M62 [Info] Die Mostbirnen: Beschreibung der in Österreich am Häfigsten Angepflanzten Mostbirnensorten (in German; Vienna: F. Sperl, 1913), by Josef Löschnig and Österreichische Obstbau- und Pomologen-Gesellschaft (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
SB381 .F96 [Info] The Small Fruit Culturist (New York: O. Judd and Co., 1867), by Andrew S. Fuller (page images at Cornell)
SB381 .R6 [Info] Success With Small Fruits, by Edward Payson Roe (Gutenberg text)
SB383 [Info] Cranberry Culture on a Western Plan: With Valuable Items and Recipes from Growers and Members of the Wisconsin Cranberry Association (1891), by Augustus G. Cary (PDF at McMillan Memorial Library)

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