Wheeler, James

The botanist's and gardener's new dictionary

Containing the names, classes, orders, generic characters, and specific distinctions of the several plants cultivated in England, according to the system of Linnaeus. Directing the culture of each plant, describing its singular virtues and uses, and explaining the terms peculiar to botany and gardening. In which is also comprised, a gardener's calender, divided alphabetically, according to the names of the twelve months of the year, directing the whole practice of gardening in the flower-garden, the seminary, the fruit-garden, the kitchen garden, the green-house, and the stove
And to which is prefixed, an introduction to the Linnaean system of botany, explaining the theory of that system, and the names and characters of all its classes and orders. By James Wheeler, gardener and nursery-man in Glocester
StrahanLondon1763