File:0166.jpg|[[Thomas Jefferson]], Sketch of the garden and flower [[bed]]s at [[Monticello]], June 7, 1807. “Oval [[bed]]s of flowering [[shrub]]s” [written on verso].
File:1037.jpg|William Cobbett, “Plan for a Garden,” in ''The American Gardener'' (1819), p. 33, pl. 1. “The Hot-[[bed]] Ground'''borders''', NoNos 2. 1& 3 are 9 feet wide."
File:1312.jpg|[[J. C. Loudon]], Moveable edgings: basket edging and the earthenware '''border''', in ''An Encyclopaedia of Gardening'' (1826), p. 296, figs. 219 and 220.
File:1346.jpg|[[J. C. Loudon]], Plan of a [[Flower_garden|flower garden]] with irregular '''borders''' (c), in ''An Encyclopaedia of Gardening'' (1826), p. 791, fig. 540.
File:0935.jpg|Alexander Walsh, “Plan of a Garden,” in ''New England Farmer'' 19, no. 39 (March 31, 1841): 308. "B B B outside '''borders''' 6 ft. wide. . ."
File:1050.jpg|Richard Dolben, “Plan for [[Flower_garden|Flower Garden]],” 1847.
File:0393.jpg|Anonymous, “English [[Flower_garden|Flower-Garden]],” in [[A. J. Downing]], ''A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening'' (1849), p. : 434, fig. 78.
File:0942.jpg|Anonymous, “Plan of a Suburban Garden,” in [[A. J. Downing]], ed., ''Horticulturist'' 3, no. 8 (February 1849): pl. opp. 353. “The “'''borders'''” are “(under the vines, E,).” Inscription on p. 380.
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