Browsing Master's Theses (1970 - 2004) - The Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture by Subject "Garden design"

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  • Buckler, James (University of Delaware, 1973-05)
    This study was initiated to provide information to be used in making decisions related to the development of a new type of campus arboretum a t Charles County Community College, La Plata, Maryland. This arboretum would ...
  • Ney, Betsey (University of Delaware, 1988-12)
  • Orange, Herbert (University of Delaware, 1973-06)
    Advisor: Richard Lighty, Charles Dunham, Edward Alexander
  • Eberbach, Catherine (University of Delaware, 1988-12)
    This thesis develops recommendations for the design of children's gardens which are sensitive to the preferences, perceptions, interests, and activities of middle childhood, Children's gardens are not a new phenomenon. ...
  • Schulhof, Richard (University of Delaware, 1989-05)
    A native plant habitat display is defined as a cultivated public display of native plants which attempts to simulate the appearance of a natural plant association. A national mail survey of gardens displaying native ...
  • Maney, Susan (University of Delaware, 1990-12)
    This thesis explores preservation policy for the designed historic landscape, one of many categories of landscapes regarded as cultural resources worthy of preservation efforts. The designed historic landscape is a work ...
  • Meyer, Paul (University of Delaware, 1976-06)
    John Bartram (1699-1777) was one of Colonial America's foremost botanists and plant explorers. Collecting plants throughout eastern North America, he was responsible for the introduction of between 150 and 200 new American ...
  • Hohn, Timothy (University of Delaware, 1986)
    Today's zoos are undergoing a renaissance in their exhibition, education, conservation, and research programs. The inspiration for this renaissance is the destruction of the Earth's dwindling natural habitats at the hands ...

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