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The Art and Practise of Landscape Gardening

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Milner's Landscape Gardening 1890 with Embedded Etchings and Plates

From the mid-1850s, Milner worked as an independent landscape gardener. He received commissions for work in England and Wales, including designing three public parks in Preston, Lancashire. These parks were constructed as part of a scheme for relieving unemployment caused by the cotton famine in the 1860s. He also designed gardens in Germany and Denmark. In 1881 he became principal of the Crystal Palace School of Gardening, established by the Crystal Palace Company.

Please note: There is some water damage and scarring to the front of this first edition which is reflected in the price.

Item details

Author(s):
Milner, Henry Ernest
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Stationer's Hall Court, London

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Milner's Landscape Gardening 1890 with Embedded Etchings and Plates

From the mid-1850s, Milner worked as an independent landscape gardener. He received commissions for work in England and Wales, including designing three public parks in Preston, Lancashire. These parks were constructed as part of a scheme for relieving unemployment caused by the cotton famine in the 1860s. He also designed gardens in Germany and Denmark. In 1881 he became principal of the Crystal Palace School of Gardening, established by the Crystal Palace Company.

Please note: There is some water damage and scarring to the front of this first edition which is reflected in the price.

Author(s):
Milner, Henry Ernest
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Stationer's Hall Court, London

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