'''The Woodlands''', a country estate outside the city of Philadelphia, was owned by successive generations of the Hamilton family. The third owner, [Introductory sentence[William Hamilton]], formed an extensive collection of indigenous and exotic plants and, following a trip to England in the mid 1780s, laid out the grounds in the [[English style|"English"]], or [[natural style|"natural" style]] .
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