National geographic guide to America's public gardens: 300 of the best gardens to visit in the U.S. and Canada

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National Geographic Society, Apr 1, 1998 - Architecture - 384 pages
The first comprehensive guide to outstanding gardens in America features all the where and when to go information to plan a visit. It tells readers what to see in various grand estate gardens, private pleasure gardens, charming cottage gardens, exotic Asiatic gardens, famous botanical gardens, humorous topiary gardens, and all-season conservatories. It also tells the stories of who built the gardens and the stories of famous owners and designers. Photos.

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An essential purchase, Jenkins's guide features glorious photographs and excellent descriptions of the very best gardens to visit in each U.S. state and some Canadian provinces. Each entry has a color ... Read full review

Contents

Our Garden Heritage 11 Japanese Garden at the Museum
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MidAtlantic
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New England 16 Garden in the Woods Framingham
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