A treatise upon planting, [electronic resource] : gardening, and the management of the hot-house. Containing, I. The Method of planting Forest-Trees in gravelly, poor, mountainous, and heath Lands. II. The Method of pruning Forest-Trees, and improving Plantations. III. On the Soils most proper for the different kinds of Forest-Trees. IV. The Management of Vines; their Cultivation upon Fire-Walls, and in the Hot-House, &c. V. A new and easy Method to propagate Pine Plants, so as to gain Half a Year in Growth; with a sure Method of destroying the Insect so destructive to Pines. VI. The best Method to raise Mushrooms without Spawn. Vii. An improved Method of cultivating Asparagus. Viii. The best Method to cultivate Field Cabbages, Carrots, and Turnips for feeding of Cattle. IX. A new Method of managing all kinds of Fruit-Trees. By John Kennedy, Gardener To Sir Thomas Gascoigne Bart. A new edition ; to which is added, An account of the culture and use of the mangel wurzel, or root of scarcity.
- Dublin : printed by J. Moore, NO. 45, College-Green, M.DCC.LXXXVIII. 
iv,,viii-xiii,,462,,x,24p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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