Altrincham, Manchester

Clibrans

Bulb Catalogue

1908

1909

1910

Carnations

1909

Chrysanthemums

1909

Dahlias

1908

1909

1910

Fruit List

1908

1909

Herbaceous and alpine plants

1907

1908

1909

Ornamental Trees

1908

1909

1921

Roses

1908

1909

1910

Bagshot, Surrey

John Waterer's catalogue of American plants 1857

Bristol, England

Miller, John: Bristol Nursery: A catalogue of forest trees, evergreen and flowering shrubs, fruit trees, herbaceous, greenhouse and hothouse plants 1826

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England

Donn, James: Hortus Cantabrigiensis

1st ed. 1796 2nd ed. 1800 3rd ed. 1804 4th ed. 1807 11th ed. 1826

Canterbury, Kent, England

Martyn, Thomas: Catalogus Horti Botanici Cantabrigiensis 1771

Chapel Allerton, West Yorkshire

Salisbury, Richard Anthony: Prodromus stirpium in horto ad Chapel Allerton vigentium 1796

Edinburgh, Scotland

Sutherland, James: Hortus medicus Edinburgensis 1683

Epsom, Surrey, England

Young, Charles, James & Peter: Hortus Epsomensis: Or, a catalogue of plants cultivated and sold 1828

Kew, London, England

Hill. John: Hortus Kewensis

1785

Aiton, William: Hortus Kewensis

vol. 1-3 1789

vol. 1 1811

vol. 2 1811

vol. 3 1811

vol. 4 1811

vol. 5 1813

Langport, Somerset, England

Kelway & Son: Manual of horticulture 1913

Lewisham, SE

Jones, Henry James

Gold Medal Collections : Chrysanthemums, Michael Mas Daisies, Hardy Phlox, Delphiniums, Hydrangeas, Hardy Plants &c. 1927

Liverpool, Lancashire, England

A catalogue of plants in the Botanic Garden at Liverpool 1808

London, England

Barr & Sudgen

Spring seed catalogue (Guide to the flower garden) 1862

Illustrated guide to the flower garden, and descriptive price list of choice seeds 1863 (bound with 1862)

Guide to the kitchen garden 1863

Spring seed catalogue and guide to the flower and kitchen garden 1866

Spring seed catalogue and guide to the flower and kitchen garden 1867

Descriptive price list of choice seeds for flower and kitchen gardens 1866 and 1867

Spring seed catalogue and guide to the flower and kitchen garden

1868

1869

1871

1872

Descriptive spring catalogue

1875 

1877

1878

1886

Autumnal descriptive catalogue

1871 and 1872

1879

1880  1883

1885

1887

Barrs's Seed guide 

1902

Barr's Hyacinths, Tulpis, Crocuses, Gladioli, Irises, Lilies, Narcissi

1910

1911

1913

Bentham, Georges: Report on some of the more remarkable hardy ornamental plants raised in the Horticultural Society's Garden 1834

Bunyard, Edward A.: A handbook of hardy fruits more commonly grown in Great Britain: Apples and pears 1920

Burchell, William: A Catalogue of trees, shrubs, plants, and flowers which are propagated for sale 1764

Bull, William

Catalogues 1861-1914

Bull's Catalogue of Seeds, 1901

Carter, James

Catalogue for ... of an unrivalled collection of Dutch, Cape and other flower bulbs

1842-54

Catalogue for autumn

1842

1845

Autumn catalogue of a first-rate collection of Dutch flowering bulbs

1848

1849

1850

1851

1852

1853

1855

Catalogue for ... of a choice collection of floricultural, vegetable and agricultural seeds

1843-54

Catalogus plantarum, tum Exoticarum tum Domesticarum, quae in Hortis haud procul a Londino sitis in Venditionem propagantur = Catalogue of trees, shrubs, plants, and flowers, both exotic and domestic, which are propagated for sale, in the gardens near London 1730

Colvill, J. and Son: Catalogue of plants 1821

Cree, John: Hortus addlestonensis, or, a descriptive catalogue of plants 1829

Gerard, John: A catalogue of plants cultivated in the garden of John Gerard, in the years 1596-1599

Dillwyn, Lewis Weston: Hortus Collinsonianus: An account of the plants cultivated by the late Peter Collinson 1843

Gordon,  Dermer, Forsyth & Co: Catalogue of forest trees, flowering shrubs, plants, flower roots and seeds, 1796

Graefer, Johann Andreas: Desciptive catalogue of upwards of eleven hundred species and varieties of herbaceous or perennial plants, London 1789

Loddiges, Conrad

Catalogue of plants

1783

1818

1820

1823

1849

Royal Horticultural Society: A catalogue of fruits cultivated in the garden of the Horticultural Society of London 1842 (work contained in)

Musaeum Tradescantianum, or, a collection of rarities preserved at South-Lambeth neer London 1656

James Veitch & Sons

Plant Catalogue

1876

Bulbs and forcing plants

1911

1912

Veitch's carnations and picotees

1912

Veitch's perpetual-flowering carnations

1912

Veitch's chrysanthemums

1911

1912

New hardy plants from Western China

1910

1911

1912

1913

Hardy ornamental trees and shrubs

1911

Hardy herbaceous perennials, alpine and rock plants, hardy florists' flowers, bog and water plants

1913

1917

Veitch's herbaceous specialties

1911

1912

Indoor plants

1911

Veitch's roses

1912

Fruit trees

1917

Seeds

1911

1912

Ware, Thomas Softley

Spring cataloge of hardy florists' flowers 1885 (Cat. no. 79)

Hardy perennials spring 1893 (Cat. no. 143)

Catalogue of new Dahlias and Begonias, 1894 (Cat. no. 157)

Autumn Catalogue of Carnations, Picotees, Paeonies, Pansies, Phlox, Pinks, Pyrethrums, Primroses, etc. 1894 (Cat. no. 159)

Wheeler, Jacob L.

Catalogus rationalis Plantarum medicinalium, in Horto Societatis Pharmaceuticae Londinensis, apud Vicum Chelsea, cultarum, 1830

Mill Hill, Hendon, Middlesex, England

Dillwyn, Lewis Weston: Hortus Collinsonianus: An account of the plants cultivated by the late Peter Collinson 1843

Norwich

Mackie, John & Sons: A catalogue of forest trees, fruit trees, evergreen and flowering shrubs 1790

Mackie, W.A. & J.: A catalogue of forest trees, fruit trees, evergreen and flowering shrubs 1812

Mackie, Sarah: A catalogue of fruit and forest trees, evergreen & flowering shrubs 1825

Oxford, Oxfordshire, England

Bobart, Robert: Catalogus horti botanici Oxoniensis, alphabetice digestus 1658

Swanley, Kent

Cannell, Henry & Sons - Annual illustrated flower guide

1883

1888

1894

1912

Cannell, Henry & Sons - Golden Seeds

1911

other catalogues 1883-1910

Woburn Abbey

Forbes, John: Hortus Woburnensis 1833

York

Backhouse, James & Thomas: A catalogue of fruit and forest-trees, evergreen and deciduous shrubs 1816

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