La Practique du Jardinage

Schabol, M. l’Abbé Roger

Published by Debure, 1776
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ouvrage rédigé après sa mort sur ses Mémoires, par M.D*** (Antoine-Nicolas Dezalliers d’Argenville). 2 volumes. Paris 1776. 12mo. 504; 488 pages. Contemporary mottled calf with raised bands and gilt stamping on spine. Corners rubbed. Vol 1 has top 1/4 inch of head of spine missing, vol 2 has bottom 1/4 inch of spine missing. Vol 2 has 2 big stainmarks on rear cover which have damaged the leather. Overall still a decent copy. This copy is missing the 18 plates that are called for on the title page. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: La Practique du Jardinage
Publisher: Debure
Publication Date: 1776
Binding: Hard Cover

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Schabol, Abbe Roger
Published by Robert & Gaulthier, Lyon (1797)
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Book Description Robert & Gaulthier, Lyon, 1797. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 414; 404 pages; Contemporary sheep-backed boards. Illustrated with folding plates. OCLC: 23642232 Tome I: Illustrated with a frontispiece and 9 folding engraved plates. Tome II: 5 folding engraved plates. Contents include: Le pêcher et les autres arbres (4 parties, les 3 premières occupant le 1° volume); Traité de la plaie des arbres; Traité de la culture des Orangers; Traité des choux-fleurs; Traité des cardons d'Espagne; Traité des melons; Traité des couches à champignons; Traité des fraisiers; Traité de la culture de la vigne; Traité de la multiplication des végétaux; Manuel du jardinier. Table des matieres. Lengthy treatise on the cultivation of Peach trees with additional sections on other fruits and vegetables including orange trees, strawberries, mushrooms, melons, cauliflower, and a large section on cultivating vines and vineyards (65pp). Roger Schabol was born in Paris in 1690; he studied at the Sorbonne, then joined the Jansenists. Cardinal de Noailles became his mentor guiding him through his clerical career to become the director of schools of the parish of Saint-Laurent. When Cardinal de Noailles died in 1729, Father Schabol devoted himself to his lifelong passion for gardening. Having read the works of the Quintinye and others, Schabol practiced on his father's country house in Sarcelles, north of Paris. At some point, Schabol became acquainted with the gardeners of Montreuil, who specialized in the cultivation of peaches, which led him to write an article on peach tree cultivation published in March 1755 in le Journal Economique. His continuing interest in fruit trees and other plants, leading to his experimentation with improved techniques to espalier and prune them. Schabol reputation as a skilled gardener spread, gaining him entree to wealthy circles in Paris and her environs. Even the King granted him an interview in 1762 and engaged Schabol to tend the gardens of the royal residence at Choisy, southeast of Paris. This book presents some of his extensive knowledge, both theoretical and practical gathered over fifty years of gardening. He had hoped to expand upon it, but he died in Paris in 1768. ; Bookseller Inventory # 39034

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