APA Citation

Bradley, R. (1718). New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical: Explaining the motion of the sapp and generation of plants. With other discoveries never before made publick, for the improvement of forest-trees flower gardens, or parterres; with a new invention whereby more designs of garden-platts may be made in an hour, than can be found in all the books now extant. Likewise several rare secrets for the improvement of fruit-trees, kitchen-gardens, and green-house plants. The second edition corrected. By Richard Bradley, fellow of the Royal Society. London: Printed for W. Mears at the Lamb without Temple-Bar.

Chicago Style Citation

Bradley, Richard. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, Both Philosophical and Practical: Explaining the Motion of the Sapp and Generation of Plants. With Other Discoveries Never Before Made Publick, for the Improvement of Forest-trees Flower Gardens, or Parterres; With a New Invention Whereby More Designs of Garden-platts May Be Made in an Hour, Than Can Be Found in All the Books Now Extant. Likewise Several Rare Secrets for the Improvement of Fruit-trees, Kitchen-gardens, and Green-house Plants. The Second Edition Corrected. By Richard Bradley, Fellow of the Royal Society. London: Printed for W. Mears at the Lamb without Temple-Bar, 1718.

MLA Citation

Bradley, Richard. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, Both Philosophical and Practical: Explaining the Motion of the Sapp and Generation of Plants. With Other Discoveries Never Before Made Publick, for the Improvement of Forest-trees Flower Gardens, or Parterres; With a New Invention Whereby More Designs of Garden-platts May Be Made in an Hour, Than Can Be Found in All the Books Now Extant. Likewise Several Rare Secrets for the Improvement of Fruit-trees, Kitchen-gardens, and Green-house Plants. The Second Edition Corrected. By Richard Bradley, Fellow of the Royal Society. London: Printed for W. Mears at the Lamb without Temple-Bar, 1718.

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