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Gardening for Profit by Peter Henderson
Gardening for Profit
Gardening for Profit by Peter Henderson
Item Id: 0100134

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Gardening for Profit: A Guide to the Successful Cultivation of the Market and Family Garden
by Peter Henderson
Edited by George DeVault
Format: Trade Paper, 400 pages
ISBN: 0-929332-09-1
Publisher: The American Botanist
Pub. Date: 1867, 1997
Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 1.3 inches
Condition: Various (Refer to main bookstore category page for definitions)
Publisher's Note: This is the now out-of-print, and relatively rare, complete reprint of the 1867 first edition of of the classic work by Peter Henderson, the Great-grandfather of Truck Farming in America.  This edition also includes a history of market gardening in America," special selections from his garden and farm topics," and a rare biography.

We have used this title a lot over the years as a research tool.  It gives some interesting insight into a pioneer seedsman and horticulture in the 19th Century.  There are also descriptions of plant varieties from the era.
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