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Title: Book of garden plans
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Hamblin, Stephen F. (Stephen Francis), 1884-
Subjects: Gardens Landscape gardening
Publisher: Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Page & company
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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California Poppy 30. White Candytuft 31. Dwarf Sweet Alyssum 32. White Pot Marigold 33. French Marigold 34. Dwarf Scarlet Sage . 35. Rose Satin Flower 36. Panicled Annual Larkspur with White Gladiolus 37. Love-in-a-Mist Nigella damascena with Pink Gladiolus Shakespeare 38. Sweet Scabious …. Scabiosa atropurpurea, in variety 39. Sweet Sultans Centaurea moschata, in variety 4.0. Drummonds Annual Phlox Phlox Drummondii, in variety Lupinus hirsutus, L. luteus, etc.Papaver RhaeasCoreopsis tinctoriaTagetes erecta Lemon QueenTagetes erecta Orange PrinceGaillardia pulchella, var. pictaCalendula officinalis MeteorCalendula officinalis Orange KingZinnia elegans Giant WhiteTropcEolum minusMirabilis JalapaCanna MarosDelphinium, Ajacis, in varietyEschscholtzia californica Crimson KingIberis amara Giant SnowfiakeAlyssum maritimum Little GemCalendula officinalis, var. Pongei fi.pl.Tagetes patula, in varietySalvia splendens BonfireCEnothera JVhitneyi BrilliantDelphinium consolida, in varietyBlanche
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FORMAL garden OF JAPANESE PLANTS (see plan no. i8) A FRIEND of ours who has considerable worldly possessions, andis a lover of Nature, wishes a garden of Japanese plants, not aJapanese garden, but an American garden using practically onlyhardy plants which have been comparatively recently introduced fromJapan and the Far East. As the trees are to be arranged somewhat ina regular manner for a fancied oriental effect that equal spacing maygive, the general outline of the garden will be formal in character. Itwas decided to put a six-foot wall entirely around the area that the plantsmay seem to be wholly separated from the rest of the estate. Thereseems to be the most room for this garden on the north side of the house,and the walk into it from the house will end in the garden. All the construction will be of permanent material, either of concreteor brick, as this garden is planned to far outlast its builder. In fact,it will take many years for the trees to take on the form that will car
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