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The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg

Brinkley, M. Kent (Book - 1996 )
The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg
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The authors present the history of gardening on twenty sites at Colonial Williamsburg, focusing on the eighteenth-century gardeners who planted them and the documentary and archaeological research that guided each garden's re-creation. Detailed plans and captivating photographs identify the plantings and show modern gardeners ways to enjoy the beauty of colonial gardens in their own yards.
Authors: Brinkley, M. Kent
Title: The gardens of Colonial Williamsburg
Publisher: Williamsburg, Va. : Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, c1996
Characteristics: vii, 168 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 32 cm
ISBN: 0879351586
Branch Call Number: 712.609 Br
Statement of Responsibility: by M. Kent Brinkley and Gordon W. Chappell ; photography by David M. Doody ; additional photography by Tom Green and the staff of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 162-163) and index
Subject Headings: Gardens Virginia Williamsburg
Topical Term: Gardens
LCCN: 95034111
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