The garden triumphant: a Victorian legacy

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Harper & Row, 1988 - Architecture - 316 pages
Discusses the importance of gardening in Victorian America and England and offers a picture of how the gardening public lived and thought during that period

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Contents

List of Colour Illustrations
6
Introduction
7
Gardens of Croesus ii
11
The Background
46
The New Markets
69
The New Style
111
The Victorian Flora
146
New Elements
183
The Gardeners
219
Stars
245
Sea Change
255
Gazetteer of Important Gardens
287
Bibliography
304
Illustration Acknowledgements
309
Index
310
Copyright

New Worlds
207

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About the author (1988)

David Stuart is Associate Director of the Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions Project, Peabody Museum, Harvard University & coauthor of "Classic Maya Place Names".

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