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The Secret Garden. Frances Hodgson Burnett. Illustrated by Colin Twinn.
Gardening for Children. Joan Gwyn.
With wood engravings and plans. London.
Lucy and Arthur, and Willie Merrill. A Book for Children.
About their little black pony, the little gardens, etc.
Colored Frontispiece. 1900s. London.
Grey and Silver Plants. Mrs. Desmond Underwood.
Signed copy. London.
Midsummer Silver. Lys de Bray.
1980. First Edition. UK. Hardcover. With illustrations.
Garden Design. A Quarterly Journal of Horticulture and Garden Architecture.
No. 23 Autumn 1935 and No. 24 Winter 1935
A Book of Roses With Sixteen Color Plates after the Originals in Redoute’s ‘Roses’.
J. Ramsbottom. 1939. UK.
Compliments of the Season. L.D. Ettlinger and R.G. Holloway.
Tulipomania. Wilfrid Blunt. With sixteen plates from 17th-century water colors by Alexander Marshall.
The Glory of the Garden. An Exhibition Catalog in Association with the Royal Horticultural Society. Sothebys.
Handmade Houses. A Guide to the Woodbutcher’s Art. Art Boericke and Barry Shapiro.
Flowers of the Field. Rev. C.A. Johns.
With coloured plates and text illustrations.
Market Gardening. Ronald Webber.
The History of Commercial Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Growing.
The Scented Garden. By Eleanour Sinclair Rohde.
1948. Revised and Enlarged Edition. With black and white photographs and garden plans.
American Gardens in the Eighteenth Century. For Use or Delight. Ann Leighton.
Who Loves A Garden. Louise Seymour Jones.
Pleasant Talk about Fruit, Flowers and Farming. H.W. Beecher.
1859. 2nd Edition.
According to Seasons. Mrs. William Starr Dana.
Talks about the flowers in the order of their appearance, in the woods and fields.
1894. First Edition. New York.
A Treasury of Flowers. Frank J. Anderson.
Rare Illustrations from the Collection of the New York Botanical Garden.
First Edition. 1990. Out of print.
The Strawberry. History, Breeding, and Physiology. George Darrow.
Still the definitive monograph. Beautiful color plates and color photographs.
New York. 1966.
The Book of the Peach. H.M. Ward, F.R.H.S.
Being a Practical Handbook on the Cultivation of the Peach Under Glass and Out-of-Doors.
British Herbs and Vegetables. George M. Taylor.
1957. First Edition. Color Plates.
Wild Flowers in Britain. Geoffrey Grigson.
With color plates.
Solitude. A Poem. V. Sackville-West.
1939. 2nd Impression. The Hogarth Press.
Some Flowers. V. Sackville-West.
First Edition. London.
The Legends of Flowers: Or, ‘Tis Love that Makes the World Go Round. Translated from the Italian of Paolo Mantegazza by Mrs. J. Alexander Kennedy. With colored frontispiece. 1908.
The Amateur’s Flower Garden. Shirley Hibberd. A Handy Guide to the Formation and Management of the Flower Garden and the Cultivation of Garden Flowers. Preface by Anthony Huxley.
Illustrated with color plates and wood engravings.
First published 1871. London. Reprint 1986.
The Vegetable World: Being a History of Plants, with their Structure and Peculiar Properties. Louis Figuier.
With 473 illustrations.
Uncommon Vegetables. How to Grow and How to Cook. Eleanor Sinclair Rohde.
First Edition. London.