. The Canadian horticulturist [monthly], 1889. Gardening; Canadian periodicals. 120 The Canadian Hoiticnltnrist. especially from the side and front windows, any distant scenes which are interesting to look upon, and with this object imaginary lines should be drawn across the lawn, along which nothing should be planted which would obstruct the view. ProbabI}' nothing in our coun- needed that will be almost invis- ible. The drive is an extension of the approach which can be used to great advantage by our wealthy farmers, whose well cultivated fields and beautiful orchards invite the atten- tion
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