Catalogue includes greenhouse plants, shrubs and herbaceous plants, is 17 pages longs and contains the following quote from Don at the end: "this catalogue contains but a small proportion of my Herbaceous Collection; which is equaled by few in Britain, and surpassed by none perhaps but the Cambridge one. I have also upwards of three hundred species of Grasses." Front cover slightly annotated by Patrick Neill.
Patrick Neill's copy of George Don's "A Catalogue of a few of the Rarest and Latest Introduced Plants, cultivated for sale at Don's Botanic Garden and Nursery, Forfar", 1813.
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- ReferenceGB 235 GDS/2
- Dates of Creation1813
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- Physical Description1 item in a folder
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Catalogue was owned by Patrick Neill and has come into the possession of Isaac Bayley Balfour - it is possible that it was given to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh at some point.