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Victrian era garden?
can anybody tell me good info about the Fitzroy Gardens in the late 1800 century.
please and thank you, ten points!
just tell me important stuff.
- gardengallivantLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Clement Hodgkinson was head of Lands Department that included developing the parks.
James Sinclair was the landscaper for the Fitzroy Gardens
Here is a time line to the gardens history from 1848
Changes that happened like the Spanish mission-style conservatory built in 1929 were not always welcome. http://www.abc.net.au/gardening/stories/s1155443.h...
Transport of Captain Cook's birth place from England to Australia was in 1934.
Ola Cohn carver of Fairies Tree in garden
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I think they were called victory gardens. And the reson they had them is so they could cut back on buying stuff so the troops could get more food.