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Sweet, Robert ((botanist))
Curtis, William (1746-1799))
Don, G. (1798-1856)
Don, George (1798-1856)
Don, George (1798-1856))
Drapiez, Pierre Auguste Joseph (1778-1856))
Ridgway, J. (Londen)
botanical cultivator, The : or, instructions for the management and propagation of the plants cultivated in the hothouses, greenhouses, and borders, in the gardens of Great Britain
British flower garden, (series the second,) containing coloured figures and descriptions of the most ornamental and curious hardy flowering plants, The
Cistinae : The natural order of cistus, or rock-rose; illustrated by coloured figures & descriptions of all the distinct species, and the most prominent varieties, that could be at present procured in the gardens of Great Britain; with the best directions for their cultivation and propagation
Cistineae. - 1829-30
Cistineae : the natural order of Cistus, or Bock-Rose; illustrated by coloured figures and descriptions of all the distinct species and the most prominent varieties, that could be at present procured in the gardens of Great-Britain; with the best directions for their cultivation and propagation
Edwards's botanical register
Flora australasica. - 1817-
Flora Australasica; or, a selection of handsome, or curious plants, natives of New Holland, and the South Sea Islands; containing coloured figures and descriptions of some of the choicest species most proper for the conservatory or greenhouse, and many of which will endure the cold of our climate, in the open air, with a very little protection; with magnified dissections of their most essential parts, their names, descriptions, & a full account of the best method of cultivation and propagation. The greater part are handsome evergreen shrubs, and many produce sweet-scented flowers; and as they are generally of free growth, and easily managed, they may be considered as the most desirable plants for cultivation. In one volume. By Robert Sweet ... The drawings by E. D. Smith .., 1827:
Flore des serres et jardins de l'Angleterre : présentant toutes les plantes récemment introduites en Angleterre, et que font successivement connaître les ouvrages périodiques, publiés sous les titres de Botanical magazine, Botanical register, Botanical cabinet
florist's guide, The
Geraniaceae : the natural order of gerania, illustrated by coloured figures and descriptions ; comprising the numerous and beautiful mule-varieties cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain ; with directions for their treatment
Hortus britannicus or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain
Hortus Britannicus, or: a Catalogue of Plants, indigenious or cultivated i*. -
Hortus britannicus or, a catalogue of plants indigenous
Hortus suburbanus Londinensis : or a catalogue of plants cultivated in the neighborhood of London, arranged according to the Linnean system ...
Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis : or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the neighbourhood of London : arranged according to the Linnean system ...
hothouse and greenhouse manual, The : or botanical cultivator : giving full instructions for the management and propagation of the plants cultivated in the hothouses, greenhouses and borders, in the gardens of Great Britain ...
monograph on the subordo v of Amaryllideae, containing the Narcissineae, A
Ornamental flower garden and shrubbery, The : containing coloured figures and descriptions of the most beautiful and curious flowering plants and shrubs cultivated in Great Britain
Sweet's Hortus britannicus, or, A catalogue of all the plants indigenous or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to the natural system, with the generic and specific names, English names, accentuation, derivation of generic names ... references to the best figures, the most useful synonymes, the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs, &c
Sweet's Hortus britannicus : or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain : arranged in natural orders ...
Sweet's Hortus britannicus; or, A catalogue of plants, indigenous, or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain : arranged according to their natural orders, with references to the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs; the whole brought up to the present time, and contains above 34,000 plants ...