A New Orchard and Garden: Or the Best Way for Planting, Grafting, and to Make Any Ground Good, for a Rich Orchard: Particularly in the North, and Generally for the Whole Kingdome of England, As in Nature, Reason, Situation, and All Probabilitie, May and Doth Appeare. With the Country Housewifes Garden. Containing Rules for Hearbs and Seeds of Common Use, with Their Times and Seasons, When to Set and Sow Them. With a Most Profitable New Treatise, from Approved Experience of the Art of Propagating Plants, by Simon Harward. With the Husband-Mans Fruitfull Orchard.
London: Roger Jackson, 1623. Second edition, the first complete edition (the first edition of 1618 contained only the first two parts), small 4to., pp.(viii),57,(iii),24,10,7,(i), rebacked with new endpapers and prelim blanks, full calf with decorative borders in blind, 5 raised bands, gilt-lettered title label to spine, b/w woodcut illustrations, including pictorial title and 5pp. of plates showing ground designs for orchards; lacks final blank, title cropped to lower edge (woodcut illustration is complete; publication details largely cropped), aprox.2x1cm hole to fore-margin of D1 (text complete), 3cm closed tear from upper edges of O3, O3 verso with owner’s ink inscriptions, very occasional ink-marking to margins, a very good copy.[STC 15330].
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