FLORA HISTORICA: OR THE THREE SEASONS OF THE BRITISH PARTERRE. Historically and Botanically treated; with observations on planting, to secure a regular succession of flowers, from the commencement of Spring to the end of Autumn. To which are added, The most approved methods of cultivating bulbous and other plants, as practised by the most celebrated florists of England, Holland, and France. In two volumes.
London: E. Lloyd And Son, 1824. Hardcovers. No dust-wrappers. Volume I: li, 354 pages. Endpapers lightly browned; very light spotting to text-block throughout. Volume II: xii, 464 pages. Foxing between half-title and contents pages, and throughout index. Both volumes bound in green cloth, gilt. First edition. Octavo. A very good set.