Medieval and Renaissance Gardens


Subject:
Librarianship , Dragons, Dreams, & Daring Deeds , Gardening , History , Library Blogs, Periodicals, & Zines , Gardening , Gardens , Middle Ages

Description:
Discusses features of medieval and Renaissance period gardens, such as enclosures, raised and sunken beds, trellises, water features, statuary, and labyrinths. Also mentions specific types of gardens (such as peasant, abbey, and hospital gardens), and herbs, vegetables, flowers, and other plants found in these gardens. Includes a bibliography. From a class lecture by librarian Jennifer Heise at Lehigh University.

Creator:
Heise, Jennifer

Language:
English

Source:
http://gallowglass.org/jadwiga/herbs/medievalgardens.htm


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