The Garden Guide

Book: The Principles of Landscape Gardening
Chapter: Chapter 1: Garden Management

Labour management

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1668. Whenever the culture and management of a garden requires more than the labour of one man, one of those employed must necessarily be appointed to arrange the labours of the rest, and, in fact, to establish a general system of management. It is only under such a system that the performance of operations can be procured in the proper season, and the objects in view be successfully attained, and at a moderate expenditure.