"The American Orchardist" and More 18th Century Horticulture Books
|Title and Author/Editor||The New American Orchardist; or, an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of Fruit, of All Climates, Adapted to Cultivation in the United States (William Kendrick), The Gardener’s Assistant: Practical and Scientific (Robert Thompson), The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits, and General Horticulture, 1863 (Robert Hogg)|
|Genre||Agriculture, Home and Garden, Nature|
|Binding||Leather, One quarter leather with marbled boards|
|Publisher||Blackie & Son, Otis, Broaders, and Company, The Journal of Horticulture|
|Publication Year||1848, 1863, 1864|
|Period||Mid-19th Century, Antique|
|Place of Publication||London, Boston|
|Number of Books||3|
- conditions vary; generally tight bindings; loose and cracked hinges; bumped corners; edge wear; scratches, rubbing, and wear to boards; page toning and foxing; detaching backstrip and tears to boards of The Florist and Pomologist.
- measures The Gardener’s Assistant.