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==Overview==
 '''Alternate Names:''': Parmentier’s Horticultural and Botanic Garden; Horticultural Botanic Garden; Horticultural Garden; Parmentier’s Garden <br/>'''Site Dates:''': 1825&ndash;1833 <br/>
'''Site Owner(s)''': André Joseph Ghislain Parmentier (1780–1830); Sylvie Parmentier (1793–1882) <br/>
'''Associated People:''': Grant Thorburn (1773–1863), agent; George Fuller (d. 1830), laborer; Owen Redden (dates unknown), laborer; Dr. Adrian Vanderveer (1796–1857)<br/>'''Location and Condition:''': Brooklyn, NY, on the site of what is now the Brooklyn Academy of Music; <br/>'''Condition:''' demolished<br/>
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