There are not lots of traces or exact records of English monastic gardens left today. A twelfth-century plan of Canterbury presents only a vague notion of the planting and structure; it demonstrates the cloisters containing a herbarium and a conduit—with the fish-pond, orchard, and vineyard outside the walls. However, even though this is an … Read More


The Egyptian gardens are the oldest gardens that we have solid records of. Dating back into the centuries before Christ, pictures and engravings teach that Egyptian households were constructed all-around a collection of courtyards that showcased flora that was both useful and ornate. Originally, a row of trees along the inner wall of the building s… Read More


English monastic gardens left are vestiges and limited reliable records behind. he planting and arrangement showing the cloisters containing a herbarium and a conduit—with the fish-pond, orchard, and vineyard outside the walls is presented in twelfth-century plan of Canterbury, but it merely provides a general concept of the garden. But ther… Read More