The rose garden.
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The rose garden. In two divisions. Division 1. Embracing the history of the rose, the formation of the rosarium, and a detailed account of the various practices adopted in the successful cultivation of this popular flower:...Division II. Containing an arrangement, in natural groups, of the most esteemed varieties ... with full descriptions and remarks on their origin and mode of culture,

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Book

Publication info

London,Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper,1848.

Subjects

Culture , History , Rosa , Varieties

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New York Botanical Garden

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.15571

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Title

The rose garden. In two divisions. Division 1. Embracing the history of the rose, the formation of the rosarium, and a detailed account of the various practices adopted in the successful cultivation of this popular flower:...Division II. Containing an arrangement, in natural groups, of the most esteemed varieties ... with full descriptions and remarks on their origin and mode of culture,

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Paul, William, 1822-1905

Genre

Book

Publication info

London,Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper,1848.

Subjects

Culture , History , Rosa , Varieties

BHL Collections:

New York Botanical Garden

Language

English

Identifiers:

OCLC: 4711366

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.15571

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