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MLA

Miller, Philip. The Gardeners Kalendar: Directing What Works Are Necessary to Be Done Every Month, In the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens, and In the Conservatory. With An Account of the Particular Seasons for the Propagation and Use of All Sorts of Esculent Plants and Fruits Proper for the Table, and of All Sorts of Flowers, Plants, and Trees, That Flower In Every Month. The Second Edition. By Philip Miller, Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, At Their Betanick Garden In Chelsea, and F. R. S. Dublin: printed by M. Rhames, for Richard Gunne in Capel-Street, George Risk, George Ewing, William Smith, in Dame's-Street, and John Smith and William Bruce on the Blind-Key, Booksellers, .173.

APA

Miller, P. (.173). The gardeners kalendar: directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure gardens, and in the conservatory. With An Account of the particular Seasons for the Propagation and Use of all Sorts of Esculent Plants and Fruits proper for the Table, and of all Sorts of Flowers, Plants, and Trees, that flower in every Month. The second edition. By Philip Miller, Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Betanick Garden in Chelsea, and F. R. S. Dublin: printed by M. Rhames, for Richard Gunne in Capel-Street, George Risk, George Ewing, William Smith, in Dame's-Street, and John Smith and William Bruce on the Blind-Key, Booksellers.

Chicago

Miller, Philip, The Gardeners Kalendar: Directing What Works Are Necessary to Be Done Every Month, In the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens, and In the Conservatory. With An Account of the Particular Seasons for the Propagation and Use of All Sorts of Esculent Plants and Fruits Proper for the Table, and of All Sorts of Flowers, Plants, and Trees, That Flower In Every Month. The Second Edition. By Philip Miller, Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, At Their Betanick Garden In Chelsea, and F. R. S. Dublin: printed by M. Rhames, for Richard Gunne in Capel-Street, George Risk, George Ewing, William Smith, in Dame's-Street, and John Smith and William Bruce on the Blind-Key, Booksellers, .173.