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
Productions of the month of September, pp. 76-84 ff.
82 The FLOWER-GARDEN difplay'd. Septem. this Month, and only differs in the Colour of the Flower, which, in this, is a faint blue Purple, fpotted with a firong Lake. See its Culture, Numb. XIII. of this Month. Numb. XXVIII. Tellow Colutea. This Plant is the fame as the Tellow colutea defcribed Numb. XXXIII. in, the Month of February. Numb. XXIX. Dzwarf Pomegranate. This Plant I firfk brought into England, from the Paris Gardens. It blof- foms very freely, and ripens its Fruit very well; its Flow- ers are of a beautiful Scarlet, like Minium, and always come at the Ends of the Branches; fo that the Tops thould never be cut off. It requires a Green-Houfe in the Winter, but in all other refpe6ts is cultivated like the Double Pomegranate, Numb. XXII. in the Month of Yuly. Numb. XXX. Single-flrip'd Female Balfom. This blof- forms upon Stalks about two Foot high, if the Plant flands abroad; and the Flowers, which are white on their Ground, are firiped with a fine Lake or Car- mine. See their Culture, at Numb. XII. in the Month of July. Numb. XXXI. African Marigold. The Plant here mentioned is our moft common Double fower'd Afri- can Marigold, which is very full of Petals, and of a yellow Colour, inclining to Orange. It blows about two Foot high, and is cultivated in the fame manner as the French Marigold, Numb. XXVI. in the Month of Yuly. Numb. XXXII. Honour and Glory Auricula. This Flower has a good white Eye, and the Flower is ftrip'd with