3 edition of A practical essay on the raising and management of the cratægus oxyacantha found in the catalog.
A practical essay on the raising and management of the cratægus oxyacantha
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 5109, no. 9.|
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A Practical Essay on the Raising and Management of the Cratægus Oxyacantha; Or, Common White Thorn for Hedges: Containing the Most Rational and Speedy Methods of Planting and Rearing [Callender, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Practical Essay on the Raising and Management of the Cratægus Oxyacantha; Or, Common White Thorn for Hedges: Author: Robert Callender. A practical essay on the raising and management of the cratægus oxyacantha: or, common white thorn for hedges: containing the most rational and speedy methods of planting and rearing what are generally called quicksets.
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