The English Garden

Q&A

No one has covered this area of garden history before. Why do you think that is?

That’s a question I’ve asked myself throughout this work. Garden history has developed as a branch of the history of garden design, and it just doesn’t seem to have occurred to anyone to enquire about the money.

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