Bailey’s Gardens

“Every year for sixty or more recurring seasons I have had a garden, under my own hand. I have grown all sorts and kinds of plants good, bad and otherwise, outdoors, indoors, often hundreds of species at once, under conditions proper and indifferent.” –LHBGC, pp. 39-40

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Bailey’s Gardens: A tour through some of the gardens kept by the Father of Modern Horticulture in the places he called home

Liberty Hyde Bailey, An Old Fashioned Garden, ca. 1895. Cyanotype photograph. Liberty Hyde Bailey Papers, #21-2-3342. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. Also available online here.

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