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Bailey, L. H.
Bailey, Liberty Hyde
Bailey, Ethel Zoe
Cornell University agricultural experiment station
Gray, Asa (1810-1888)
Jack, Zachary Michael (1973-)
Liberty Hyde Bailey Hortorium
Lodeman, Ernest Gustavus
Miller, Wilhelm (1869-)
Upham, Warren (1850-1934)
Wyman, Alanson Phelps
1895 chrysanthemums, The
Agricultural education in New York state.
American grape training.
Annals of horticulture in North America for the year ... : a witness of passing events and a record of progress
Apricot growing in Western New York
Botany; an elementary text for schools
China asters, The : with remarks upon flower-beds
collection of plants in China, A
college of agriculture and the state., The
country-life movement in the United States, The
cultivated poplars, The : with remarks upon the planting of grounds
cultivation of orchards, The
Cyclopedia of American horticulture : comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches and a synopsis of the vegetable kingdom
Cyclopedia of farm animals
Cyclopedia of farm crops.
dwarf Lima beans, The
Evaporated raspberries in Western New York
Farm and forest
Farm and garden rule-book;
Farmers' institutes: history and status in the United States and Canada.
Farmers' reading courses.
Field, forest, and garden botany; a simple introduction to the common plants of the United States east of the 100th meridian, both wild and cultivated
Field notes on apple culture.
First course in biology
First lessons with plants; being an abridgement of "Lessons with plants: suggestions for seeing and interpreting some of the common forms of vegetation";
Four new types of fruits : Prunus Simonii, Crandall Currant, Wineberry, Dwarf Juneberry
Garden-making: suggestions for the utilizing of home grounds
garden of bellflowers in North America, The
garden of pinks, with decorations, The
gardener; a book of brief directions for the growing of the common fruits, vegetables and flowers in the garden and about the house, The
Gardener's handbook : Successor to The gardener : brief indications for the growing of common flowers, vegetables and fruits in the garden and about the home
General observations respecting the care of fruit trees : with some reflections upon weeds
Gray's school and field book of botany, consisting of "Lessons in botany" and "Field, forest , and garden botany" bound in one volume.
Greenhouse notes for 1892-93
guince in Western New York, The
harvest of the year to the tiller of the soil, The
Hints on the planting of orchards
holy earth, The : toward a new environmental ethic
Home grounds, their planning and planting
horticulturist's rule-book, The : a compendium of useful information for fruit-growers, truck-gardeners, florists, and others
Hortus Second : a Concise Dictionary of Gardening, General Horticulture a. Cultivated Plants in North America
Hortus second, a concise dictionary of gardening, general horticulture and cultivated plants in North America
Hortus third : a concise dictionary of plants cultivated in the United States and Canada
How plants get their names.
Impressions of the peach industry in Western New York
Lessons with plants. Suggestions for seeing and interpreting some of the common forms of vegetation
Liberty Hyde Bailey essential agrarian and environmental writings
Manual of cultivated plants; a flora for the identification of the most common or significant species of plants grown in the continental United States and Canada, for food, ornament, utility, and general interest, both in the open and under glass
Manual of cultivated plants : most commonly grown in the continental United States and Canada
Manual of gardening; a practical guide to the making of home grounds and the growing of flowers, fruits, and vegetables for home use
My great oak tree, and other poems.
native dwarf cherries, The
Nature portraits : studies with pen and camera of our wild birds, animals, fish and insects
nature-study idea; an interpretation of the new school-movement to put the young into relation and sympathy with nature, The
nature-study idea; being an interpretation of the new school-movement to put the child in sympathy with nature, The
Notions about the spraying of trees : with remarks on the cankerworm
nursery-book, The : a complete guide to the multiplication of plants
nursery-manual; a complete guide to the multiplication of plants, The
On the training of persons to teach agriculture in the public schools
outlook to nature, The
Plant-breeding : being five lectures upon the amelioration of domestic plants
principles of agriculture; a text-book for schools and rural societies, The
principles of fruit-growing, with applications to practice, The
principles of vegetable-gardening, The
pruning-book. A monograph of the pruning and training of plants as applied to American conditions, The
pruning manual, based on "The pruning-manual" by Liberty Hyde Bailey, The
recent apple failures of Western New York, The
Report of the Country life commission.
Report of the State agricultural advisory board to the governor.
Revised opinions of the Japanese plums
school-book of farming; a text for the elementary schools, homes and clubs, The
seven stars, The
Sketch of the evolution of our native fruits.
Some recent Chinese vegetables
Standard Cyclopaedia of Horticulture, The
standard cyclopedia of horticulture; a discussion for the amateur, and the professional and commercial grower, of the kinds, characteristics and methods of cultivation of the species of plants grown in the regions of the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit and for vegetables; with keys to the natural families and genera, descriptions of the horticultural capabilities of the states and provinces and dependent islands, and sketches of eminent horticulturists, The
standard cyclopedia of horticulture, The : a discussion, for the amateur, and the professional and commerical grower, of the kinds, characteristics and methods of cultivation of the species of plants grown in the regions of the United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit and for vegetables; with keys to the natural families and genera, descriptions of the horticultural capabilities of the states and provinces and dependent islands, and sketches of eminent horticulturists
Suggestions for the planting of shrubbery
survey-idea in country-life work., The
survival of the unlike; a collection of evolution essays suggested by the study of domestic plants, The
Terms on which the farms at Mount Vernon may be obtained : Feb. 1796
texture of the soil, The
training of farmers, The
What is democracy?
Wind and weather
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