Gardens of Historic Charleston

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Univ of South Carolina Press, 1995 - 177 Seiten
With the increasing interest in small-space gardening, Gardens of Historic Charleston provides a wellspring of ideas for planning or improving a garden of limited expanse. Using these ideas, individuals living in condominiums, townhouses, and cluster homes can create their own small-space sanctuaries and can incorporate the exotic plants that have become synonymous with historic Charleston - not only camellias and azaleas, but also tea olive, wisteria, star jasmine, gardenia, oleander, chaste tree, Lady Banksia rose, crape myrtle, and Carolina jessamine.
 

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Inhalt

Charlestons Horticultural Heritage
2
Charlestons Garden Tradition
25
Charlestons Garden Setting
44
Loutrel Briggs and Charlestons Garden Style
54
Charlestons Small Town Gardens
70
Garden Features
98
Plants of Charleston Gardens
112
Historic Plants for Period Gardens
151
Bibliography
162
Illustration Credits
175
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