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The Dutch gardener: or, The compleat florist, containing the most successful method of cultivating all sorts of flowers; the planting, dressing, and pruning of all manner of fruit-trees. Together with a particular account of the nursing of lemon and orange trees in northern climates.

Title:The Dutch gardener: or, The compleat florist, containing the most successful method of cultivating all sorts of flowers; the planting, dressing, and pruning of all manner of fruit-trees. Together with a particular account of the nursing of lemon and orange trees in northern climates.
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Note:London: Printed for D. Midwinter, 1711
  
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Subject:Citrus fruits
Subject:Gardening
Subject:Fruit-culture
Subject:Floriculture
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