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    Victorian gardens Victorian gardens Presentation Transcript

    • Victorian
    • What is a Victorian Garden? •Provide place for entertaining •Display wealthThis is a typical Victorian greenhouse that was •Hobbiesgenerally used for raising exotic plants. •Greenhouses for exotic plants
    • Things Found in a VictorianGarden Perennial flowers Topiaries and hedges (sometimes in shapes); structures Statues Greenhouses
    • Other Forms of GardensVictorians used their plants in other elements of the home. Create mini-garden/biospheres Interior Decoration Window gardens
    • Victorian Gardens Gardens Now Fine blade grass  Sturdy grass Elegant fences (iron)  Picket or metal fences Accessories and trinkets  Small birdbaths (maybe) Trellised arches  Vegetables and fruits Hedges  Flowers (annual or Greenhouses perennial) Patio/furniture  Patio/furniture Flowers (perennial)  Trees Trees Victorian Gardens Vs. Modern Day Gardens
    • How To Make A Victorian GardenI. Plant fine grassII. Shrubs for decoration or property lineIII. Ornate iron fencesIV. OrnamentsV. Flowers
    • Types of Flowers Snap Dragons  Morning Glories Roses  Poppies Tulips  Sunflowers Petunias  Winter Jasmine Daffodils Forget-me-nots Honeysuckles Hawthorns Magnolias
    • Victorian gardens Are: I. Unique II. Beautiful III. Gardens of historyAs you can see, even though each Victorian gardenhas many of the same components, they are allbeautiful and unique.