Handy-Book of the Flower-Garden, being practical directions for the propagation, culture, and arrangement of plants in flower-gardens all the year round. [With illustrations.]
W. Blackwood and sons, 1868 - 364 páginas
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Handy-Book of the Flower-Garden, being practical directions for the ...
Visualização integral - 1868
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