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by John Parkinson

  • ISBN: 0486233928
  • Category: Crafts & Home
  • Author: John Parkinson
  • Subcategory: Gardening & Landscape Design
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dover (1976)
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Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris: Or A Garden of All Sorts of Pleasant Flowers which our English Ayre will . Parkinson, John; Alfred H. Hyatt (1904).

Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris: Or A Garden of All Sorts of Pleasant Flowers which our English Ayre will Permitt to be Noursed Vp. With a Kitchen Garden of All Manner of Herbes, Rootes, & Fruites, for Meate or Sause Vsed with Vs, and an Orchard of All Sorte of Fruitbearing Trees and Shrubbes Fit for Our Land. A Garden of Pleasant Flowers: Being a Description of the Most Familiar of Our English Garden Flowers from the Famous Collection of John Parkinson. Parkinson, John (1904).

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A Garden of Pleasant Flowers: Being Description of the Most Familiar Garden Flowers Taken from John Parkinson's Famous Paridisi in Sole Paradisus Terristris. Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris, Or, a Choise Garden of All Sorts of Rarest Flowers with Their Nature, Place of Birth, Time of Flowring, Names, and Vertues to Each Plant, Useful in Physic or Adm. John Parkinson.

Home Parkinson, John A Garden of Pleasant Flowers (Paradisi Sole: Paradisus. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: A Garden of Pleasant Flowers (Paradisi Sole

Home Parkinson, John A Garden of Pleasant Flowers (Paradisi Sole: Paradisus. A Garden of Pleasant Flowers (Paradisi Sole: Paradisus Terrestris). ISBN 10: 048626758X, ISBN 13: 9780486267586. Publisher: Dover, New York. Publication Date: 1976.

To which is annext a kitchen-garden furnished with all manner of herbs . Spine title: "Parkinson's paradisi.

To which is annext a kitchen-garden furnished with all manner of herbs, roots, and fruits, for meat or sawce used with us. With the art of planting an orchard of all sorts of fruit-bearing trees and shrubs, shewing the nature of grafting, inoculating and pruning of them. Nearly a thousand plants are described under the three heads enumerated in the title, and of these 780 are figured on 109 plates, the wood-blocks for which, many of them copied from Clusius and Lobel, were specially cut in England". Dictionary of National Biography', XLIII, p. 315.

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This is the complete, unabridged republication of the first (1629) edition of John Parkinson's 'Paradisi in Sole,' the first of the great English books on garden flowers and gardening. Parkinson's text is remarkably accurate throughout and is by far the most reliable account we have of gardens of Elizabethan and Jacobean England.

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