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Researching a garden"s history

Lambert, David

Researching a garden"s history

a guide to documentary and published sources

by Lambert, David

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Published by Landscape Design Trust, In association with the Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies, University of York in Reigate, Surrey, [York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gardens -- Historiography,
  • Gardens -- Conservation and restoration

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Lambert, Peter Goodchild and Judith Roberts
    ContributionsGoodchild, Peter, Roberts, Judith, Gallagher, Janette.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15306715M
    ISBN 100951837702

    Learn how to interpret gardens from an historic perspective with garden historian and author Dr Toby Musgrave. Online video tutorials & feedback. Book now. Donate to help preserve our collections and continue our scientific research. Don't forget to book your time slot before visiting Kew Gardens or Wakehurst. History of Kew Our gardens date back to the early 18th century, as a royal palace to today's globally renowned scientific institution for plant and fungal research.

    Written by our friend Ian Cooke, who visited us on his research tour for the book, it includes chapters on canna history, botany, cultivation, and on weaving cannas into the garden. Best of all is a comprehensive A-to-Z of cannas, including scores of both subtle and flamboyant garden forms — many historic — as well as the diverse species. Marie-Luise Gothein History of garden art (English edition, ) Gothein's book, originally published in German (Geschichte der Gartenkunst, ), provides by far the best and by far the most comprehensive account of garden history from antiquity up to the start of the twentieth century. eTexts relating to Ancient Egypt Egyptian Book of the.

      The Roman Vitruvius text De architectura libri decem, or The Ten Books on Architecture, is the oldest surviving garden design manual, dating from 27 B.C. [20] While modern architects are primarily concerned about the relationship of buildings to money and the flow of cars, ancient architects were more concerned with the relationship of.   A number of authors tended gardens in addition to writing about them. Thomas Jefferson designed and maintained the landscape at Monticello, including his vegetable garden, which contained over 70 species of Louis Stevenson, whose collection A Child's Garden of Verses contains lovely scenes, such as "When the golden day is done/ Through the closing portal/ Child and garden.


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