Item Detail

Item Number 7776
Title How Plants Are Trained To Work For Man Complete In 8 Volumes
Author Burbank, Luther, Sc.D.
Condition NF/NONE
Publisher P.F. Collier & Son Company
Place Published New York
Date Published 1921
Edition
Binding Hardcover
Notes All eight volumes in this set are bound in brown cloth with gilt printing. All have gilt top edges, illustrated endpapers and intact tissue guards between the frontis and title page. Near fine set with some light shelf-wear to spine edges and corners and a couple of tiny marks to boards of a couple of volumes--really excellent condition for the whole set. Volume I is entitled Plant Breeding, 352 pages; Volume II is Grafting and Budding, 352 pages; Volume III is Fruit Improvement, 352 pages; Volume IV is entitled Small Fruits, 384 pages; Volume V is Gardening and has 352 pages; Volume IV entitled Useful Plants, 352 pages; Volume VII is Flowers and has 384 pages and Volume VIII is entitled Trees and also includes a Biography and Index. There are many color plates throughout all the volumes. "These eight volumes are not a compilation from the works or words of others, but a description of some of the results of actual work for the past fifty years among millions of living plants, including almost every one known to growers and many thousand species never seen in cultivation -- from the prefatory note. Very hard to find the whole set in this extremely nice condition!; Vol. 8; Color Illustration s; 8" x5 1/2"
LoC or ISBN
Keyword(s)
Category(ies) Art Photography Poetry Music Drama,Gardening Plants Herbs Botany,History Travel Exploration Places,Antiquarian Non-Fiction
Price $495.00