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File:0078.jpg|Anonymous, Plan for a garden, mid-18th century. "'''Borders'''" are indicated along the rounded side of the triangles of grass at lower center, in the elongated rectangular shape in the middle of plan, and along the wall on the right.
File:2249.jpg|Unknown, Derby Garden, [circa 1795–1799], Samuel McIntire Papers, MSS 264, flat file, plan 107. Courtesy of Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Rowley, MA. “Plantation of [[Shrub]]s to be faced with a three foot '''Border''' of Flowers.”
File:1050.jpg|Richard Dolben, “Plan for [[Flower_garden|Flower Garden]],” 1847.
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. page 380.
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