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General Problems

We have considered the principles and considerations of fine landscape gardening. We now endeavor to frame them practically. There are several general problems which present themselves. How should approaches be designed? What treatment is effective for street and avenue planting? What may be done with ponds, lakes, and streams entering the composition? Many of these matters are sometimes set aside as not part of the landscape composition per se, but improper treatment has such a deleterious effect overall they must be properly considered.

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