MILLER, Philip (1691-1771)
The Gardeners Kalendar, Directing what Works are necessary to be done every month, in the Kitchen, Fruit and Pleasure Gardens, and in the Conservatory ... the Third Edition
London: for the Author, and sold by C. Rivington, 1734. 8vo. xv, , 278, pp. Frontispiece engraved by J. Pine. Minor dampstaining to frontispiece and first few leaves.
Nineteenth century green patterned cloth, red morocco lettering piece
One of the earliest and most well-regarded of the gardener's "Kalendars."
This popular work by Miller, the most well known 18th century English horticulturalist before Arthur Young, first published in 1732, went through fifteen editions in the author's lifetime. This 1734 third edition is described on the title as "with a large Index and an addition of the work necessary to be done in the nursery in each month."
Henrey 1129; ESTC T59407.