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Cider & Perry Fruits of Herefordshire [29 Images]

Cider & Perry Fruits of Herefordshire [29 Images]

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Pomona Herefordiensis is a book that was published in 1811 by Thomas Andrew Knight. It contains a collection of hand-coloured engravings of the old cider and perry fruits of Herefordshire, a county in England that is known for its apple orchards and cider production.

The book is named after Pomona, the ancient Roman goddess of fruit trees, gardens, and orchards. The illustrations in the book are of various apple and pear varieties that were grown in Herefordshire at the time, along with descriptions of their characteristics and uses.

Thomas Andrew Knight was a well-known horticulturist and botanist of his time, and he was particularly interested in fruit tree cultivation. He was born in 1759 and lived in Herefordshire for much of his life, where he conducted many experiments on fruit trees and other plants.

In addition to Pomona Herefordiensis, Knight wrote many other books on horticulture and botany, and he was a fellow of the Royal Society.

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