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  1. Terrace/Slope‏‎ (4 categories)
  2. Espalier‏‎ (4 categories)
  3. Alley‏‎ (4 categories)
  4. Bridge‏‎ (4 categories)
  5. Orchard‏‎ (3 categories)
  6. Rustic style‏‎ (3 categories)
  7. Landscape gardening‏‎ (3 categories)
  8. Mound‏‎ (3 categories)
  9. Eminence‏‎ (3 categories)
  10. Arbor‏‎ (3 categories)
  11. Cemetery/Burying ground/Burial ground‏‎ (3 categories)
  12. Mount‏‎ (3 categories)
  13. Public garden/Public ground‏‎ (3 categories)
  14. Border‏‎ (3 categories)
  15. English style‏‎ (3 categories)
  16. Park‏‎ (3 categories)
  17. Quarter‏‎ (3 categories)
  18. Seat‏‎ (3 categories)
  19. Gate/Gateway‏‎ (3 categories)
  20. Hedge‏‎ (3 categories)
  21. Parterre‏‎ (3 categories)
  22. Geometric style‏‎ (3 categories)
  23. Plot/Plat‏‎ (3 categories)
  24. Bower‏‎ (3 categories)
  25. Belvedere/Prospect tower/Observatory‏‎ (3 categories)
  26. Drive‏‎ (3 categories)
  27. Ancient style‏‎ (3 categories)
  28. Bowling green‏‎ (3 categories)
  29. Pavilion‏‎ (3 categories)
  30. Yard‏‎ (3 categories)
  31. Avenue‏‎ (3 categories)
  32. Green‏‎ (3 categories)
  33. Dutch style‏‎ (3 categories)
  34. Nursery‏‎ (3 categories)
  35. Modern style/Natural style‏‎ (3 categories)
  36. Edging‏‎ (3 categories)
  37. Column/Pillar‏‎ (3 categories)
  38. Grotto‏‎ (3 categories)
  39. Rockwork/Rockery‏‎ (3 categories)
  40. Trellis‏‎ (3 categories)
  41. Bath/Bathhouse‏‎ (3 categories)
  42. Ha-Ha/Sunk fence‏‎ (3 categories)
  43. Promenade‏‎ (3 categories)
  44. Icehouse‏‎ (2 categories)
  45. Cascade/Cataract/Waterfall‏‎ (2 categories)
  46. French style‏‎ (2 categories)
  47. Sundial‏‎ (2 categories)
  48. Bed‏‎ (2 categories)
  49. Copse‏‎ (2 categories)
  50. Prospect‏‎ (2 categories)
  51. Vase/Urn‏‎ (2 categories)
  52. Lawn‏‎ (2 categories)
  53. Beehive‏‎ (2 categories)
  54. Veranda‏‎ (2 categories)
  55. Alcove‏‎ (2 categories)
  56. Arboretum‏‎ (2 categories)
  57. Gardenesque‏‎ (2 categories)
  58. Plantation‏‎ (2 categories)
  59. Temple‏‎ (2 categories)
  60. View/Vista‏‎ (2 categories)
  61. Arcade‏‎ (2 categories)
  62. Mall‏‎ (2 categories)
  63. Pleasure ground/Pleasure garden‏‎ (2 categories)
  64. Deer park‏‎ (2 categories)
  65. Botanic garden‏‎ (2 categories)
  66. Shrubbery‏‎ (2 categories)
  67. Wood/Woods‏‎ (2 categories)
  68. Arch‏‎ (2 categories)
  69. Dovecote/Pigeon house‏‎ (2 categories)
  70. Walk‏‎ (2 categories)
  71. Fall/Falling garden‏‎ (2 categories)
  72. Chinese manner‏‎ (2 categories)
  73. Hermitage‏‎ (2 categories)
  74. Wall‏‎ (2 categories)
  75. Fence‏‎ (2 categories)
  76. Jet‏‎ (2 categories)
  77. Clump‏‎ (2 categories)
  78. Meadow‏‎ (2 categories)
  79. Pond‏‎ (2 categories)
  80. Hothouse‏‎ (2 categories)
  81. Ferme ornée/Ornamental farm‏‎ (2 categories)
  82. Square‏‎ (2 categories)
  83. Aviary/Bird cage/Birdhouse‏‎ (2 categories)
  84. Porch‏‎ (2 categories)
  85. Thicket‏‎ (2 categories)
  86. Flower garden‏‎ (2 categories)
  87. Kitchen garden‏‎ (2 categories)
  88. Portico‏‎ (2 categories)
  89. Obelisk‏‎ (2 categories)
  90. Fountain‏‎ (2 categories)
  91. Labyrinth‏‎ (2 categories)
  92. Piazza‏‎ (2 categories)
  93. Statue‏‎ (2 categories)
  94. Basin‏‎ (2 categories)
  95. Common‏‎ (2 categories)
  96. Grove‏‎ (2 categories)
  97. Pot‏‎ (2 categories)
  98. Orangery‏‎ (2 categories)
  99. Wilderness‏‎ (2 categories)
  100. Canal‏‎ (2 categories)
  101. Lake‏‎ (2 categories)
  102. Picturesque‏‎ (2 categories)
  103. Summerhouse‏‎ (2 categories)
  104. Conservatory‏‎ (2 categories)

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