Reginal Milton Carlton

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General Information

Name: Reginal Milton Carlton

Pen Name: None

Genres: Non-Fiction

Born: 1899 in Chicago, Illinois

Deceased: 1989 in Sarasota, Florida

Illinois Connection

Born and raised in Chicago, R. Milton Carleton spent most of his life living and working there.

Biographical and Professional Information

A horticulturist, author, and co-founder of the American Horticultural Society, R. Milton Carleton was known for his development of gardening chemicals and his numerous writings on gardening. During his fifty-five-year career in agronomy and horticulture, he contributed more than one thousand articles to periodicals, served as garden editor of Chicago Today, and as garden and science editor of Better Homes and Gardens. Carleton was also the founder of Chicago's Municipal Rose Garden.

Published Works

  • Your Lawn: How to Make It and Keep It, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1971
  • Your Garden Soil: How to Make the Most of It, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1974
  • Vegetables for Today's Gardens, b0000c03fu, 1972
  • The Small Garden Book, Macmillan, 1971
  • The New Vegetable and Fruit Garden Book, Regency, 1976

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Your lawn: How to make it and keep it

Release Date: 1971

The Small Garden Book

ASIN: B0006C0I4A
Release Date: 1971

The New Vegetable & Fruit Garden Book

ISBN: 0809281325
Release Date: 1976

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External Links

Reginal Milton Carlton on WorldCat

Reginal Milton Carlton on Amazon


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