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GLENNY'S CULTURE OF HARDY ANNUALS. Published in Part IV. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price Is.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF WATER PLANTS. Published in Part XVI. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 1s.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF HARDY EVERGREENS. Published in Part III. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 1s.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF POPULAR FLOWERS. Published in Part XII. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 1s.
GLENNY'S DESCRIPTIVE TULIP LIST. Published in Part X. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 1s.
GLENNY'S DESCRIPTIVE DAHLIA LIST. Published in Part II. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 1s.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF THE FUCHSIA. Published in Part XXXI. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 18.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF GRAPE VINES. Published in Part I. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 18.
GLENNY'S CULTURE OF THE MELON. Published in Part II. of the Horticultural Magazine. Price 18.
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Tus Periodical has been established for the purpose of concentrating in one Annual Volume every subject of practical utility connected with Horticulture, Gardening, and Natural History; and will consist of Original Papers by every writer of eminence in those departments of science. It will contain also an impartial description of every New Flower, Fruit, and Vegetable, introduced into this country; the results of all useful experiments; the effects of new fertilizers; the account of new practice ; and will reduce to a perfect system the cultivation of Flowers, and the practical management of Gardens, Greenhouses, Stoves, Orchidaceous Houses, Pits, Frames, &c.
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THE TWELVE MONTHLY PARTS will form annually one handsome Volume, perfect in itself, and will be entitled the Annals of Horticulture and Year Book of Practical Gardening.
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The Horticultural Magazine,
The first series of which will appear in the July Number, and will be continued every month. Each Number of the HORTICULTURAL MAGAZINE will also contain an Original Treatise by the same Author, on the Cultivation, Management and Properties of some Popular Flower or Plant, together with Ninety-six columns of really useful and practical information on Gardening and Flowers.
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THE FOLLOWING ORIGINAL TREATISES, perfect and complete
in themselves, have been published in the “HORTICULTURAL MAGAZINE," and may be had separately, price One Shilling each ; but, to prevent mistakes, it is absolutely necessary to order them by the respective numbers of the MAGAZINE as annexed to each.
TITCHEN GARDENS AND ORCHARDS.
N -A complete and practical Treatise on the Formation and General Management of Vegetable and Fruit Gardens, in which plain directions are given for all the various operations of laying out, forming beds, making fences, draining, preparation of soil, disposition of surface, formation of hot-beds, making fruit-borders, arrangement of orchard, planting fruit-trees, &c. &c. Published in Part 25 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. DLOWER-GARDEN AND PLEASURE.
T GROUND.-A complete and original Treatise on the Formation and general Management of Flowergardens and Pleasure-grounds, comprising plain directions for all the various operations of laying out, preparation of Soil, Formation of Borders, Edgings, Walks, Geometrical Flower-gardens, Grass Lawns, Planting, &c., together with a List of Flowers and Rotation of Planting, by which a succession of bloom may be kept up during nine months of the year. În Part 26 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s. MYEOMETRICAL FLOWER GARDENS.U A complete Treatise on the Laying Out and Designing of Geometrical or Dutch Flower Gardens, comprising Six illustrated Working Plans, with directions for the Groundwork, Paths, Borders, Beds or Lawns, and all the practical operations connected with their completion, on any scale required. Published in Part 22 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.
DLANTING FLOWER GARDENS. - A
1 very complete Treatise on the Formation and General Management of Flower Gardens, with descriptive Lists of the Flowers best adapted to each Bed, so as to keep up a uniform succession of Flowers, &c. &c. Published in Parts 8 and 9 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18. each.
YREENHOUSES, CONSERVATORIES, U &c.-A practical Treatise on the Building of Greenhouses, Conservatories, Stoves, Hothouses, Frames, Pits, Protected Walls, and all Structures used for Horticultural purposes, comprising Plans for Building, Cost of Materials, Designs for the several Structures, their uses, the most simple and inexpensive mode of Heating, cheapest plan of Building, &c. With 15 Engravings. Published in Part 26 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18.
TANDSCAPE GARDENING.-A Treatise
on the laying out of Gardens, with particular reference to the Approaches to the Dwelling-house or Mansion, with an illustrated Plan, describing the several points which require especial attention. Published in Part 2 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18.
DEACHES AND NECTARINES.-A com
I plete Treatise on the Cultivation and Management of the Peach and Nectarine Tree on open Walls; comprising plain Directions for Seed-Sowing, Budding, Planting, Pruning, Training, Formation of Borders, &c.; with a descriptive List of the most approved varieties. Published in Part 4 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 18.
T WARF STANDARD PEAR TREES.
A complete Treatise on the Culture and Management of Pear Trees, with Nine Illustrations, and the most ample directions for Planting, Pruning, Training, &c.; also, a Description of the best kinds, their time of Fruiting, Form, Habit, Keeping, &c. Published in Part 2 of the Horticultural Magazine, price 1s.