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The flower-garden display'd: in above four hundred curious representations of the most beautiful flowers, regularly dispos'd in the respective months of their blossom, curiously engrav'd on copper-plates from the designs of Mr. Furber and others, and coloured to the life: with the description and history of each plant and the method of their culture, whether in stoves, green-houses, hot-beds... ; very useful, not only for the curious in gardening, but the prints likewise for painters, carvers, japaners, &c. also for the ladies
(1732)

[Productions of the month of November],   pp. [unnumbered]-99


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The FLOWER-GARDEN difplay'd.                        97
Month, but the Flowers are fomewhat fmaller. Its Cul-  WtemI.
ture is the fame.
Numb. XXV. Scarlet Althea.     This is the Plant
caled Rofa Cinenfis.  It makes a Tree about fix Foot
high, brings its Flowers of a bright red Colour, but 'tis
defcribed in the former Months, and its Culture fully di-
re61ed.
Numb. XXVL SpaniJh Wbite eflamin.      This Plant
is defcribed in the former Months, under the Name
of the Double-flower'd Spanif Yeffamin, and brings white
Flowers like it, very fweet , and  its Culture is the
fame.
Numb. XXVII. Lavender with divided Leaves. This
is a pretty Shrub, bearing Spikes of blue Flowers.
This is propagated by fetting the Slips or Cuttings
in Pots of fine Earth, in any of the Summer
Months.
Numb. XXVIII. Golea Rod.     This brings Spikes of
yellow Flowers; and is increafed by dividing the Roots
in March, or fowing the Seeds at that time,, in a light
Soil and warm Expofure.
Numb. XXIX. American Viburnum.     This is a fine
Green-Houfe Shrub, and is a little odd in its Flowers.
for fome are Yellow, while the, others are Scarlet.  It
grows freely from Cuttings, fet in fine Earth,, in any of
the Summer Months.
Numb. XXX. Tellow Dwarf Aloe, as Mr. Furber calls irk
This Plant I brought firft from Holland, where it came from
Africa.  It brings Star-like Flowers, , of, a. pale yellow
Colour j and is propagated by Slips from  the Roots,
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