Historic plants for historic gardens
The author complains that no policy has evolved for achieving historical correctness in plants, despite the growing popularity of preserving the 19th-century garden heritage in the usa. She proposes guidelines to meet this lack, involving research of reference material (written and iconographic sour...
The yearbook of landscape architecture. Historic preservation. I|
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