The art of beautifying suburban home grounds of small extent : the advantages of suburban homes over city or country homes; the comfort and economy of neighboring improvements; the choice and treatment of building sites; and the best modes of laying out, planting, and keeping decorated grounds. Illustrated by upwards of two hundred plates and engravings of plans for residences and their grounds, of trees and shrubs, and garden embellishments; with descriptions of the beautiful and hardy trees and shrubs grown in the United States / By Frank J. Scott.
|Main Author:||Scott, Frank J. 1828-1919.|
[Watkins Glen, N.Y. : American Life Foundation, 1977]
> United States.
Landscape gardening > United States.
Reprint of 1870 ed. published by Appleton, New York.
Title on cover: Victorian gardens.
vii, 274 p.,  leaves of plates :
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