The Garden Guide

Book: The Principles of Landscape Gardening
Chapter: Chapter 2: Compositional Elements of Landscape Gardening

Artificial scenery and cultivated agricultural land

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1510. When artificial scenes join cultivated lands, if those lands are enclosed, broad strips, hedgerows, square or round clumps in the angles of the fields, with such reciprocal disposition of lines or forms as the case may suggest, will continue the character of artificial plantation; and, where roads are necessary, if utility does not forbid, they should be formed in part as avenues, in continuation of those within the artificial scene.