Image from page 56 of “Hand book of practical landscape gardening, designed for city and suburban residences, and country school-houses” (1877)

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Image from page 56 of “Hand book of practical landscape gardening, designed for city and suburban residences, and country school-houses” (1877)
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Title: Hand book of practical landscape gardening, designed for city and suburban residences, and country school-houses
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: Elliott, Franklin Reuben, 1817-1878
Subjects: Landscape gardening
Publisher: Rochester, N.Y., D.M. Dewey
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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lling linefrom the house to the path, all the timekeeping the rear end the highest. Thatportion of this bed we should plant withTulips, Lilies, Hyacinths and Crocus, andin summer, after the early flowers aregone, put in Tuberoses, Verbenas, or anyother small plants that must die or betaken out in autumn, when the bed wantsa mulch covering of good leafy loam. 45—This bed may be planted partly withherbaceous Peonies, and then the SweetPeas, Lantanas and many other summerflowering plants may be worked in for thelate season. 46—Is a bed for Roses, Geraniums and anyother free blooming and beautiful flower-ing plants the owner may choose. In theautumn it may be filled with any smalland cheap plants of Evergreens to keepfree from view the bare ground. Thesurrounding of the roots of the trees, sayfour feet in diameter, should have amulch of some kind for two or threeyears, and then all but the floweringshrubbery beds and fruit garden may bekept in turf. LANDSCAPE GARDENING. 49 PLAN No. 4.

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Scale. 30 feet to one inch. This plan is for a lot 50 by 150feet. The main of the house is 36by 24 feet, two stories high, with awing of one story, 12 by 28 feet,and a kitchen of 16 by 20 feet inthe rear of the main building. Theheight of stories may and must begoverned by the builder. We sug-gest, however, that the lower storybe twelve feet high and the uppereight feet. The kitchen may becarried up with the main building,and if widened to its width wouldmake a good wash room and al>< 1 :istorage room. The main hall couldbe let into it four feet, and then aside door connecting with a pathoutside, as here shown, only spreadout to meet the spread of the build-ing. The porch in front of themain building is8 feet, and its stylomust correspond with the balanceof the building. A bay window isplaced to light the front room in thewing, and the chimneys marked,except the kitchen, where a brick flue will be needed from firstceiling. The barn we have calculated only for a single horseand b

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Image from page 71 of “Barr & Sugden’s spring seed catalogue and guide to the flower and kitchen garden / Barr & Sugden.” (1868)
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Title: Barr & Sugden’s spring seed catalogue and guide to the flower and kitchen garden / Barr & Sugden.
Year: 1868 (1860s)
Authors: Barr & Sugden.
Subjects: Nursery Catalogue
Publisher: Barr & Sugden,
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
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The above represents a beautiful PalisstVase, which we sometimes use as a basinin ferneries, or as a fern stand, and as a centrefor the dinner table. The vase is £4 4s.We have many other designs in Palissy-ware.

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Eound Cut Flower Trats, ja-panned in green, 3.5. M. and 4s. Gd.;in white and gold, 4s. dd. and Gs. Qd.;oval, 4s. and 5s. Gd., and 5s. dd. andOs. id. Encaustic Tile Window Box, 20s. per bos andupwards, according to size and quality of tile. Ditto Mignonette Boxes, los. per box and upwards,according to size and quality of tile. 1868.] CATALOGUE OF BULBS AND PLANTS. 37 Foi- small conservatories,staircases, landings, andstaircase windows, theRUSTIC FERNERIESare a great acqnisition anda source of continual en-joyment to the possessors,ihey are equally adaptedfor to-wn and countryresidences. They can beconstructed on the smallestand on the largest scale,and can be associated withwater—indeed, the interestis doubled in the latterc ise. The Ferneries areconstructed at from tenguineas upwards. Theillustration represents arustic fernery we latelyfitted up in a small con-servatory in London.

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