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Author: Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528.
Title: The gardeners labyrinth containing a discourse of the gardeners life, in the yearly trauels to be bestovved on his plot of earth, for the vse of a garden: with instructions for the choise of seedes, apte times for sowing, setting, planting, [and] watering, and the vessels and instruments seruing to that vse and purpose: wherein are set forth diuers herbers, knottes and mazes, cunningly handled for the beautifying of gardens. Also the physike benefit of eche herbe, plant, and floure, with the vertues of the distilled waters of euery of them, as by the sequele may further appeare. Gathered out of the best approued writers of gardening, husbandrie, and physicke: by Dydymus Mountaine.
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Print source: The gardeners labyrinth containing a discourse of the gardeners life, in the yearly trauels to be bestovved on his plot of earth, for the vse of a garden: with instructions for the choise of seedes, apte times for sowing, setting, planting, [and] watering, and the vessels and instruments seruing to that vse and purpose: wherein are set forth diuers herbers, knottes and mazes, cunningly handled for the beautifying of gardens. Also the physike benefit of eche herbe, plant, and floure, with the vertues of the distilled waters of euery of them, as by the sequele may further appeare. Gathered out of the best approued writers of gardening, husbandrie, and physicke: by Dydymus Mountaine.
Hill, Thomas, b. ca. 1528., Dethick, Henry, 1545 or 6-1613.

Printed at London: By Henry Bynneman, Anno. 1577.
Subject terms:
Gardening -- Early works to 1800.
Herbs -- Therapeutic use -- Early works to 1800.
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The Gardeners Labyrinth. Contayning the manifolde trauayles, great cares, and diligence, to be yearly bestowed in euery earth, for the vse of a Garden: with the later inuentions, and rare secretes therevnto ad∣ded (as the like) not heretofore published.
The second part of the Gar∣deners Labyrinth, vttering suche skilfull experiences and vvorthy secretes, about the parti∣cular sowing and remouyng of the most Kitchin Hearbes, with the wittie ordering of other dayntie Hearbes, delectable floures, pleasant fruites, and fyne rootes, as the like hath not heeretofore bin vttered of any. Besides the Phisicke benefites of each Herbe annexed, with the commoditie of waters distilled out of them, ryghte necessarye to be knowen.