The English Levens Hall Garden, the First Hyperinflation Tulip Bubble in Holland, Orange Carrots Purposefully Bred for William of Orange, the World’s First Cross Hybrid Plant, Privy Gardens for Monarchs, and the Symbolism of the Topiary Flower for Monarchs

Levens Hall garden in Cumbria, England is the world’s only surviving 17th century garden. Other gardens from the 17th century still exist, but they have altered during the course of their life unlike Levens Hall which has remained a constant. First laid out in 1692, Levens Hall has its roots firmly attached to the chaotic history of the 17th century in western Europe. The original layout of Levens Hall has remained unchanged in large part due to the 11 generations of family who have acted as car...

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