Image:0878.jpg|Anonymous, “Ground Plan of a portion of Downing’s Botanic Gardens and Nurseries,” in ''Magazine of Horticulture'' 7, no. 11 (November 1841): 404. “19. Hedge or screen of arbor vitae . . .”
Image:0960.jpg|John J. Thomas, “Plan of a Garden,” in ''The Cultivator'' 9, no. 1 (Jan. 1842): 22, fig. 8. “From ''o'' to ''m'', the walk may be flanked with hedges of evergreen. . .”
Image:0823.jpg|Joshua Barney, ''Map of Hampton'', 1843. The symbol for “Hedges” is noted in the References box.
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