1898. JOHNSON, Joseph Forsyth. RESIDENTIAL SITES AND ENVIRONMENTS, THEIR CONVENIENCES, GARDENS, PARKS. New York: A.T. Delamare, 1898. 4to. Publisher's cloth. 118 pages, 1 large folding plate, 1 folding chart, plus 16 illustrations and 26 plans in the tex First, and only, edition. Not in Hitchcock, Johnson's is one of the most interesting and scarcest of al the American landscape gardening books, the book is divided into three sectio "The Residential Site," "Planting and Introduction to Undulations," (which includes aquatic and bog gardens), and "Villa Gardens and Public Grounds." Johnson, a Scot, wrote this work in 1874 before coming to America. He lived New York City where he was a landscape gardener. Very good. (Inventory #: 39661)
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