File:1053.jpg|Batty Langley, “Design of a ''rural Garden'', after the new manner,” in ''New Principles of Gardening'' (1728), pl. III, opp. 208. '''Groves''' are indicated at R, O, N, and Y.
File:0134.jpg|Christian Remick, ''A Prospective [[View]] of part of the [[Boston Common|Commons]]s'', c. 1768.
File:2258.jpg|Sydney L. Smith (engraver) from a watercolor drawing by Christian Remick (c. 1768) . , ''A Prospective [[View]] of part of the [[Boston Common|Commons]]s'', 1902. Boston Pictorial Archive, Boston Public Library.
File:0167.jpg|[[Thomas Jefferson]], General plan of the summit of [[Monticello]] Mountain, before May 1768. '''Grove''' is written at the top left on this plan, along with a tally of specific trees.
File:0605.jpg|Lieut. Birch, ''Plan of St. Augustine, Fla.'', 1819. “Fish orange '''grove'''” is inscribed left of center.
File:1183.jpg|[[J. C. Loudon]], "'''Groves'''", in ''An Encyclopædia of Gardening'' (1826), 943, figs. 629a and b629b.
File:2037.jpg|Thomas Kelah Wharton, "'''Grove''' of Poplars with a Memorial Bust, David Hosack Estate, Hyde Park, New York," c. 1832.
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