|Title and Author/Editor:||Familiar Wild Flowers: Third Series (F. Edward Flume), Practical Amateur Gardening (H. H. Thomas, 1922), Open-Air Gardening: The Culture of Hardy Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables (Edited by W. D. Drury, 1901), The Story of Gardening from the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to the Hanging Gardens of New York (Richardson Wright, 1935), The Chrysanthemum Grower’s Treasury (A. J. Macself, 1947), Azaleas and Camellias (H. Harold Hume, 1960), The English Flower Garden (W. Robinson, 1898), Tuberous Begonias (Worth Brown, 1950), Nuts and Their Uses and Story of the Citrus Fruits (Francis C. Owen and Ellen M. Ramsay, 1928), The Orange and Other Citrus Fruits, from Seed to Market, with Insects Beneficial and Injurious, with Remedies for the Later (W. C. Stubbs and H. A. Morgan, 1893), The American Fruit Culturist (John J. Thomas, 1897)|
|Genre:||Reference, Home and Garden|
|Binding:||Hardcover, One quarter cloth with paper boards|
|Period:||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Early to Mid 20th Century|
|Edition Statement:||Reprints, First Edition|
|Number of Books:||11|
- wear to covers with split gutters, fraying, bumped corners, rubbed edges and soiling; writing to endpapers; cracked hinges; tanning, foxing and fading to text edges and text blocks; The Orange and Other Citrus Fruits is an ex. library edition with stamping, writing and tape repairs to the cover.
- measures The English Flower Garden.