Historical Garden Books – 121 in a series – House & Garden: Collected Issues (1901)

Historical Garden Books – 121 in a series – House & Garden: Collected Issues (1901)

Historical Garden Books - 121 in a series - House & Garden: Collected Issues (1901)

Historical Garden Books - 121 in a series - House & Garden: Collected Issues (1901)

Historical Garden Books - 121 in a series - House & Garden: Collected Issues (1901)

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CONTENTS JULY 1901

Cover Design : A Garden of Hollyhocks
Contents Design : Photograph by Ella M. Boult
Frontispiece: The Garden of Dudley Olcott
Photograph by Floyd E. Baker

A Remodeled House of Good Taste.. By Mary H. Northend
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Plant Ills. By F. F. Rockwell
Homes that Architects Have Built for Themselves — VII.
The House of Horace Wells Sellars, at Ardmore, Pennsylvania By Mabel Tuke Priestman
Dovecotes By Harold Donaldson Eberlein
The Wild Garden. By E. O. Calvene
The Community of the Bees. By D. Everett Lyon, Ph.D.
The Knack of Budding and Grafting. By S. Leonard Bastin
Reclaiming Old Houses — III.. By Charles E. Hooper
Garden Steps. By Costen Fitz-Gibbon
A Barn That Served as a Summer Home. By Mary Louise Hunter
The Naturalizing of a City Man. 38
The Residence of O. M. Hokanson, Lansdowne, Pa . 40
Inside the House. 4 2
Bedroom Door Knockers A Good Color Scheme Attractive Radiator Covers
Garden Suggestions and Queries. 44
Modern Irrigation
The Time to Buy Potted Plants
Good Uses for Brush
Editorial . 46


Publication date 1901
Topics Architecture, Domestic — PeriodicalsLandscape architecture — PeriodicalsLandscape gardening — Periodicals
Publisher [New York, etc. : Condé Nast Publications, etc.]
Collection biodiversity
Digitizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library
Contributor Smithsonian Libraries
Language English
Volume v.22 (1912:July-Dec.)

The History of Landscape Design in 100 Gardens

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