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LOUDON, John Claudius (1783--1843)
Hints on the formation of gardens and pleasure grounds. With designs in various styles of rural embellishment: comprising plans for laying out flower, fruit, and kitchen gardens, and the arrangement of glass houses, hot walls, and stoves; interspersed with remarks on various subjects of horticultural improvement. To which is added, a priced catalogue of fruit and forest trees, shrubs, and plants, adapted to villa grounds, from one perch to a hundred acres in extent.
London: printed for John Harding, 1812.
xi, 70, [2] p., 20 pl. ; 31.6 cm. (4°)

Anonymous. By John Claudius Loudon, landscape gardener and horticultural writer. The final leaf (K4) contains a list of 'Books On Gardening, Planting, And Rural Affairs, Printed For John Harding', with the printer's imprint of Harding and Wright.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on front paste-down S:Wylde, and faintly in pencil Publ[?] 2/8/--. A further list of books published by John Harding, Books on agriculture and rural affairs (q.v.) is bound at the end.

Binding Original C19th grey paper boards, the upper cover with a yellow printed paper label reading 'Designs For Gardens and Villa Grounds', yellow printed paper spine-label.

Reference Number 4151


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