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Victorian England Loved US Native Plants

Victorian England loved US native plants. During the nineteenth century, the English sometimes included a garden called the 'American Garden', an area in the landscape filled with American native shrubs and perennials. The English loved American native plants, like Rudbeckia…

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Victorian Women Required Gravel Walks

Victorian women required gravel walks. Gravel walkways have long been a tradition for the English garden. Some argue that the English perfected the gravel pathway which included designing, installing, and maintaining it throughout the year. Gravel walkways in the Victorian…

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